Building off of Jeff Kassouf’s recent interview with new National Women’s Soccer League commissioner Lisa Baird — in which Baird discusses how the league is handling the COVID-19 pandemic, and speaks to a possible return to play at the end of June — Jeff and Dan Lauletta look at what the NWSL season could look like, and what the one-year delay to the Olympics means for the United States women’s national team.
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