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The Equalizer Podcast, Episode 94: We’ve All Been Concacaf’d

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Concacaf World Cup qualifying thus far has been as predictable as you could have imagined. Dan Lauletta, John Halloran and Rachael Kriger analyze the United States‘ games thus far and whether there’s any shot at all that a team other than Canada and the U.S. will qualify for the Olympics out of this region.

In segment two, they discuss Christine Sinclair finally setting the all-time international scoring record with her 185th goal, breaking Abby Wambach’s old mark. Dan makes his case that Sinclair might be the best all-around player in the sport’s history, while John points out that it depends when you’ve seen her over the past two decades. Rachael opines on whether Sinclair’s record will ever be broken, and why Sinclair remains so underappreciated.

Finally, we bring you the FBref.com Stat of the Week in segment three, and answer your pressing questions on qualifying, to the National Women’s Soccer League and everything else.

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Special thanks to our podcast sponsor, FBref.com, where you can find comprehensive NWSL and women’s soccer statistics. Each episode, we bring you the FBref.com Stat of the Week. Keep up with the latest NWSL scores, stats, leaders, and more on FBref.com. FBref is a soccer stats website from the people who created Baseball and Basketball Reference, covering the beautiful game in 46 countries and six languages. Check out our comprehensive NWSL coverage and follow along with all of this season’s action on our site!

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