The National Women’s Soccer League season is over and the United States women’s national team is done playing in 2019. Slow season, right? Not quite.
Expansion news for 2020 still remains strangely TBD, and now there’s news of a potential competitor top-flight league beginning play in 2021. What the heck is this? Probably the start of a really bizarre offseason. Dan Lauletta and John Halloran answer all of this and your questions.
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- Segment 1: What is going on with Sacramento for 2020?
- Segment 2: A competing league for the NWSL?
- Segment 3: Listener questions!
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