The National Women’s Soccer League released the list of 2020 federation players (those paid by U.S. Soccer or Canada Soccer), and while there were few changes to speak of, the list is never short on intrigue for the window it gives us into some of the politics and processes of U.S. Soccer, in particular.
This week, Dan Lauletta, Chelsey Bush and John Halloran discuss those decisions, as well as Vlatko Andonovski’s 26-player SheBelieves Cup camp roster. What does it tell us about some of the fringe players hoping for Olympic roster spots?
In segment three, they discuss the ongoing question around who is even running the NWSL right now, and they answer your questions as always.
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