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Kerr?
I kind of doubt it since she has talked about how much she values her time off to go home.
The plot twist if she goes to play for Chicago 😂 or would they loan her to Gotham? People have been joking that she might go on loan to Gotham. But she has international duty in like one month, that’s very little time to spend with an NWSL club.

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I kind of doubt it since she has talked about how much she values her time off to go home.
The plot twist if she goes to play for Chicago 😂 or would they loan her to Gotham? People have been joking that she might go on loan to Gotham. But she has international duty in like one month, that’s very little time to spend with an NWSL club.
Kerr isn’t coming back to the NWSL until she wins the champions league. That’s if she even comes back. Kerr is here to be a wag while she’s in off season that’s it. DA

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is there any reason? I guess just screw them. In 13 days they have 4 games and with trips.

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Who does this screw more LA or Houston? Da

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League doing everything possible to hand angel city points
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Wonder how the #freejorian movement feels about this 🤔

Syd has been 🔥
Wasn’t Jorian playing the 6? That’s what all woke Twitter was complaining about yesterday. This graphic shows her at the 9. Da
DA. Why do you hate black people that's so 1950s
?? What does asking why she is shown there as the 9 despite fans saying she was playing the 6 have to do with race? The trolls in here are insane smh. DA

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League doing everything possible to hand angel city points
? This screws ACFC more than Houston, it means they play Houston at home in a midweek game in between playing Portland and Louisville away on either side of that game. This arguably ensures LA drops points not the other way around. DA

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is there any reason? I guess just screw them. In 13 days they have 4 games and with trips.

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Who does this screw more LA or Houston? Da
Neither but probably LA more since that puts their traveling fans out. Da

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League doing everything possible to hand angel city points
? This screws ACFC more than Houston, it means they play Houston at home in a midweek game in between playing Portland and Louisville away on either side of that game. This arguably ensures LA drops points not the other way around. DA
Probably thought it was supposed to be a game at houston based on how the tweet is written.

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Syd has been 🔥
8.1 is not great for someone with a goal. Normally they would be around the 8.4/8.5 range or above if they had a good game outside of the goal.
DA. Syd’s overrated imo, her fans think she’ll somehow get back with the NT but that will just never happen. She’s a great league player but she’s not outstanding either. I can’t blame her for having a bad game outside of the goal though, she has no help on her team. Orlando’s POTS is looking like it’ll be Erin so far.
Sydney is objectively better than Alex, But was never given the chance to come back after pregnancy even after outplaying Alex every year on their own club team. I think that’s what makes people mad and cheer hard for her, especially Orlando fans. She has a really good attitude and work so hard. It must have been really frustrating for her to watch them roll out the carpet for another player she was outperforming. But the nt has never been about current performance levels. Da
I agree with that, if I was coach Alex would be dropped for Hatch. But that doesn’t mean there’s room for Syd, she’s been out of the picture so long and isn’t exactly young, she’s not worth investing time into to reintegrate into the team, especially when she can be very inconsistent. In terms of syd coming back from pregnancy though, she did get call ups, the problem was she wasn’t better than Dunn and Mal who were basically her replacements. Alex wasn’t performing well either but the difference is Vlatko didn’t have a replacement waiting at the ready. DA

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Anyone else get the email she’s referring to?

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League doing everything possible to hand angel city points
? This screws ACFC more than Houston, it means they play Houston at home in a midweek game in between playing Portland and Louisville away on either side of that game. This arguably ensures LA drops points not the other way around. DA
Probably thought it was supposed to be a game at houston based on how the tweet is written.
Da. No, they assumed the league was trying to give ACFC a leg up actually because the tweet was not vague and it takes 5 seconds to see where the game used to be located. Just laziness on their part I guess.

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League doing everything possible to hand angel city points
? This screws ACFC more than Houston, it means they play Houston at home in a midweek game in between playing Portland and Louisville away on either side of that game. This arguably ensures LA drops points not the other way around. DA
Probably thought it was supposed to be a game at houston based on how the tweet is written.
Da. No, they assumed the league was trying to give ACFC a leg up actually because the tweet was not vague and it takes 5 seconds to see where the game used to be located. Just laziness on their part I guess.
Games are always written as Home team-Away Team.

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
Because technically it could be given to someone else, let’s say if a defender had a goal line save they’d probably win it. Or games where Sheridan won’t be there then someone else will win, also it’s obviously for the sponsorship .

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
Because technically it could be given to someone else, let’s say if a defender had a goal line save they’d probably win it. Or games where Sheridan won’t be there then someone else will win, also it’s obviously for the sponsorship .
Obviously for the sponsorship yes but why don’t they at least say what the “save of the game” was and show the video? Otherwise it literally is just the yay goalkeeper award. Da

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
They need a better graphic designer I’ve seen Twitter stans make better graphics than what SD puts out :rofl:


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Cluff is the dark horse of the rookies. She could really break out once she gets more experience (and ideally a better team + playing in her actual position).

Not that the others aren’t good. But players like Girma/Howell/Turnbow have all been in the youth NT system for a while and played on the U-whatever teams so they’re more well known.
Cluff may not be as known because she was recently married; her maiden name is Colohan. She was one of three finalists for the 2022 Hermann Trophy, along with Howell & Turnbow. BYU made it to the finals of the College Cup 2022, losing to Florida State and Howell, with Colohan playing attacking mf, as she did last game; playing in the middle of 4-2-3-1. She's a strong lefty with solid skills. She beat Turnbow and SCU in the semifinals last December in Santa Clara. She's only been to one camp, u17, so she does have to shine more to get in the mix for ROTY. I'm holding out for Amanda turning the Pride around by the second half with or without a fresh group of internationals. Wondering why they just extended McLeod to 2024.

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
They have to do a save of the game to fill a required sponsorship agreement.

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
They have to do a save of the game to fill a required sponsorship agreement.
It’s weird that they don’t show what the save is though isn’t it? Like all this shows is a picture of Sheridan and it says she made 5 saves… what is their “save of the game”? That’s what the post is and the sponsorship is for…I question a lot of SD’s social media decisions. At least they aren’t as bad as what Washington used to be. DA

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
Because technically it could be given to someone else, let’s say if a defender had a goal line save they’d probably win it. Or games where Sheridan won’t be there then someone else will win, also it’s obviously for the sponsorship .
Obviously for the sponsorship yes but why don’t they at least say what the “save of the game” was and show the video? Otherwise it literally is just the yay goalkeeper award. Da
Because I don’t think many people are that worried about it, they know it’s for a sponsorship so they like the post and move right along with their day.

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
They have to do a save of the game to fill a required sponsorship agreement.
The post says it’s for save of the game but they don’t even show or specify what the save is. Doesn’t that defeat the purpose? They might as well call it the “goalkeeper of the game” award lol. Da

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Anyone else get the email she’s referring to?
The only pertinent part just says:

Due to scheduling changes at Banc of California Stadium, our match against the Houston Dash, originally scheduled for Wednesday, June 15 has been moved to Tuesday, June 7.

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
Because technically it could be given to someone else, let’s say if a defender had a goal line save they’d probably win it. Or games where Sheridan won’t be there then someone else will win, also it’s obviously for the sponsorship .
Obviously for the sponsorship yes but why don’t they at least say what the “save of the game” was and show the video? Otherwise it literally is just the yay goalkeeper award. Da
Because I don’t think many people are that worried about it, they know it’s for a sponsorship so they like the post and move right along with their day.
Any post can be sponsored though, why call it the “save of the match” award when they don’t even tell us which save won? That’s like giving out the Budweiser POTM award to a specific person but just showing a picture of the entire team. DA

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And with that terrible missed sitter a reminder that Portland chose Weaver over Sanchez :nervous:
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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
Because technically it could be given to someone else, let’s say if a defender had a goal line save they’d probably win it. Or games where Sheridan won’t be there then someone else will win, also it’s obviously for the sponsorship .
Obviously for the sponsorship yes but why don’t they at least say what the “save of the game” was and show the video? Otherwise it literally is just the yay goalkeeper award. Da
Because I don’t think many people are that worried about it, they know it’s for a sponsorship so they like the post and move right along with their day.
Any post can be sponsored though, why call it the “save of the match” award when they don’t even tell us which save won? That’s like giving out the Budweiser POTM award to a specific person but just showing a picture of the entire team. DA
:lol: Why you care so much, when you are not even the fan of the SD?

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Lmao why does SD present a “save of the game” when there’s only one player they ever give it to (Sheridan), and they don’t even specify which “save”?
Because technically it could be given to someone else, let’s say if a defender had a goal line save they’d probably win it. Or games where Sheridan won’t be there then someone else will win, also it’s obviously for the sponsorship .
Obviously for the sponsorship yes but why don’t they at least say what the “save of the game” was and show the video? Otherwise it literally is just the yay goalkeeper award. Da
Because I don’t think many people are that worried about it, they know it’s for a sponsorship so they like the post and move right along with their day.
Any post can be sponsored though, why call it the “save of the match” award when they don’t even tell us which save won? That’s like giving out the Budweiser POTM award to a specific person but just showing a picture of the entire team. DA
X2 it’s so weird giving a save of the match award but not saying what the save was. SD needs a new SM team. Da

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Because technically it could be given to someone else, let’s say if a defender had a goal line save they’d probably win it. Or games where Sheridan won’t be there then someone else will win, also it’s obviously for the sponsorship .
Obviously for the sponsorship yes but why don’t they at least say what the “save of the game” was and show the video? Otherwise it literally is just the yay goalkeeper award. Da
Because I don’t think many people are that worried about it, they know it’s for a sponsorship so they like the post and move right along with their day.
Any post can be sponsored though, why call it the “save of the match” award when they don’t even tell us which save won? That’s like giving out the Budweiser POTM award to a specific person but just showing a picture of the entire team. DA
:lol: Why you care so much, when you are not even the fan of the SD?
That’s a wrong assumption… I am a SD fan and have lived there my entire life. I still think it’s stupid having a save of the week award but not mentioning what the save that won the award is. That’s like giving Tom Hanks a best actor award but not saying what it was for… don’t you see why people find it stupid? Sorry I don’t suck up to everything my team does like others in here.

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Obviously for the sponsorship yes but why don’t they at least say what the “save of the game” was and show the video? Otherwise it literally is just the yay goalkeeper award. Da
Because I don’t think many people are that worried about it, they know it’s for a sponsorship so they like the post and move right along with their day.
Any post can be sponsored though, why call it the “save of the match” award when they don’t even tell us which save won? That’s like giving out the Budweiser POTM award to a specific person but just showing a picture of the entire team. DA
:lol: Why you care so much, when you are not even the fan of the SD?
That’s a wrong assumption… I am a SD fan and have lived there my entire life. I still think it’s stupid having a save of the week award but not mentioning what the save that won the award is. That’s like giving Tom Hanks a best actor award but not saying what it was for… don’t you see why people find it stupid? Sorry I don’t suck up to everything my team does like others in here.
Yup. Who gives out a save of the match award but doesn’t show the save that won it? Imagine if the NWSL did that for save of the week they’d get so much shit. It being a sponsored post doesn’t take away the fact that it’s a weird post. They can post the save and still have the sponsorship on it. That’s what the nwsl does. Da

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀

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Because I don’t think many people are that worried about it, they know it’s for a sponsorship so they like the post and move right along with their day.
Any post can be sponsored though, why call it the “save of the match” award when they don’t even tell us which save won? That’s like giving out the Budweiser POTM award to a specific person but just showing a picture of the entire team. DA
:lol: Why you care so much, when you are not even the fan of the SD?
That’s a wrong assumption… I am a SD fan and have lived there my entire life. I still think it’s stupid having a save of the week award but not mentioning what the save that won the award is. That’s like giving Tom Hanks a best actor award but not saying what it was for… don’t you see why people find it stupid? Sorry I don’t suck up to everything my team does like others in here.
Yup. Who gives out a save of the match award but doesn’t show the save that won it? Imagine if the NWSL did that for save of the week they’d get so much shit. It being a sponsored post doesn’t take away the fact that it’s a weird post. They can post the save and still have the sponsorship on it. That’s what the nwsl does. Da
X2 you can have sponsored posts while still showing what the post is for. Why have a “save of the game” if you don’t even show what it is? DA

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
Like when she tried to run down Fox last night. She gave up about half way. Da

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
I don’t wanna insult another player😛 but that was a very nice sprint back x 2.

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.
Where was Press mentioned? Anon talked about Pinoe and Morgan, and it’s true. Press may be a vet but she ain’t a granny, she can actually keep up with the newbies (and beat them).

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.
Where was Press mentioned? Anon talked about Pinoe and Morgan, and it’s true. Press may be a vet but she ain’t a granny, she can actually keep up with the newbies (and beat them).
Beat them by pushing them in the back. Da

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Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.
Where was Press mentioned? Anon talked about Pinoe and Morgan, and it’s true. Press may be a vet but she ain’t a granny, she can actually keep up with the newbies (and beat them).
Beat them by pushing them in the back. Da
Professional fouls. Newbies should learn about them. She did actually get her foot on the ball first though :nails:
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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.
Press isn’t “Alex and Pinoe” is she? Press has wheels, girlie was schooling Rodman all night, it was very fun to watch. I’d love to see them play on opposing flanks with the NT, although knowing Vlatko he’d start Cat at the 9 so Rodman and Press would have to wait around for their slow 9 to catch up all game. DA

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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.
Where was Press mentioned? Anon talked about Pinoe and Morgan, and it’s true. Press may be a vet but she ain’t a granny, she can actually keep up with the newbies (and beat them).
Why are you calling Alex a granny when she’s younger than Press? Just because she sucks doesn’t mean she’s a granny.

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Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.
Where was Press mentioned? Anon talked about Pinoe and Morgan, and it’s true. Press may be a vet but she ain’t a granny, she can actually keep up with the newbies (and beat them).
Beat them by pushing them in the back. Da
Lol did you watch the game? Press outran her all game. That foul was a professional foul because Lussi got beat… that’s what coaches tell players to do and happens in soccer everywhere. Shouldn’t of been a yellow though she got the ball. DA



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Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.
Where was Press mentioned? Anon talked about Pinoe and Morgan, and it’s true. Press may be a vet but she ain’t a granny, she can actually keep up with the newbies (and beat them).
Why are you calling Alex a granny when she’s younger than Press? Just because she sucks doesn’t mean she’s a granny.
Granny in this context isn’t age, it’s fitness. Pressy is 33 but she can keep up with the early 20 year olds, can’t say the same about Alex or Pinoe (or Heath) can we? DA

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Pinoe would get winded trying to run that far she wouldn’t even try. Alex could run back but she’d to too slow it wouldn’t matter. :rofl:
It’s funny coz it’s true 😂. Da
Didn't Rodman give up after chasing Press and gesture for the coaches to sub her out? The commentators were even laughing & joking about it.
Where was Press mentioned? Anon talked about Pinoe and Morgan, and it’s true. Press may be a vet but she ain’t a granny, she can actually keep up with the newbies (and beat them).
Why are you calling Alex a granny when she’s younger than Press? Just because she sucks doesn’t mean she’s a granny.
She’s got granny fitness. Da


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Granny Alex and Pinoe could never 💀
I don’t wanna insult another player😛 but that was a very nice sprint back x 2.
X3 Rodman and Sanchez will be a scary duo for our NT in years to come. Cat may have the hype but those two will likely go on to do better things. Vladdy should try Sanchez at false 9, that way the entire front 3 can be fast, Cat is as slow as Alex. Da

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Is Christie Rampone still engaged to Christy Holly?

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League doing everything possible to hand angel city points
? This screws ACFC more than Houston, it means they play Houston at home in a midweek game in between playing Portland and Louisville away on either side of that game. This arguably ensures LA drops points not the other way around. DA
The game remaining on the original date was the exact same scenario. They would have played a midweek home game playing away games on either side so it just changes which week they have that happening…

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