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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…
The original schedule was Louisville -> LA -> Seattle, now it’s Portland -> LA -> Louisville. Flying from LA to Seattle is much shorter and less strenuous on their bodies for their 3rd game in a short period after a packed week compared to LA to Louisville…. 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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. 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
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…
They play the same amount of games but the flights changed, it screws AC more by changing the dates. They were initially going to go from their home game to OL Reign, now it’s home game to Louisville the flight is longer which makes a big difference in terms of recovery and strain on bodies. 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
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…
They play the same amount of games but the flights changed, it screws AC more by changing the dates. They were initially going to go from their home game to OL Reign, now it’s home game to Louisville the flight is longer which makes a big difference in terms of recovery and strain on bodies. DA
Da I think it also changes strategy. If you play OL Reign last you probably go all in on the first 2 games and just do what you can against the Reign because you shouldn’t win anyways.

With LV last, they will want to make sure they rotate enough in the lead up to go for a win.

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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
Does everything anyone posts in here turn into a discussion about Christen Press? Just wondering. A post about a couple, not hers, becomes a discussion about Press. A post about Rodman and Sanchez running home to defend (and a slight dig at older players), becomes a discussion about Press. It’s funny. I don’t get it 😂

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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
Does everything anyone posts in here turn into a discussion about Christen Press? Just wondering. A post about a couple, not hers, becomes a discussion about Press. A post about Rodman and Sanchez running home to defend (and a slight dig at older players), becomes a discussion about Press. It’s funny. I don’t get it 😂
Trolls are obsessed with her I don’t get it. Although I think the person who brought her up this time is the Washington troll who hates Rodman. Rodman is the future people need to accept it, she will be what journos think Cat will be. 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
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…
They play the same amount of games but the flights changed, it screws AC more by changing the dates. They were initially going to go from their home game to OL Reign, now it’s home game to Louisville the flight is longer which makes a big difference in terms of recovery and strain on bodies. DA
Da I think it also changes strategy. If you play OL Reign last you probably go all in on the first 2 games and just do what you can against the Reign because you shouldn’t win anyways.

With LV last, they will want to make sure they rotate enough in the lead up to go for a win.
You can’t really say this in a league where ACFC have already beaten Portland, NCC and Washington. No results are certain, and their strategy would definitely be to win, regardless of if that happens or not. 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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. da
What’s the “right inner strength and attitude” and why don’t Rodman and Sanchez have it? Any player who came through what the Spirit did last year to play well individually and win the championship seems to have plenty of inner strength imo. 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
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…
They play the same amount of games but the flights changed, it screws AC more by changing the dates. They were initially going to go from their home game to OL Reign, now it’s home game to Louisville the flight is longer which makes a big difference in terms of recovery and strain on bodies. DA
Da I think it also changes strategy. If you play OL Reign last you probably go all in on the first 2 games and just do what you can against the Reign because you shouldn’t win anyways.

With LV last, they will want to make sure they rotate enough in the lead up to go for a win.
Houston’s their middle game they should be fine to rotate. ACFC aren’t good but Houston sucks, their only threat is Daly and won’t she be away for englands Euro camp anyway? DA

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? 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…
They play the same amount of games but the flights changed, it screws AC more by changing the dates. They were initially going to go from their home game to OL Reign, now it’s home game to Louisville the flight is longer which makes a big difference in terms of recovery and strain on bodies. DA
Da I think it also changes strategy. If you play OL Reign last you probably go all in on the first 2 games and just do what you can against the Reign because you shouldn’t win anyways.

With LV last, they will want to make sure they rotate enough in the lead up to go for a win.
You can’t really say this in a league where ACFC have already beaten Portland, NCC and Washington. No results are certain, and their strategy would definitely be to win, regardless of if that happens or not. Da
Sure they will try and win. But they have 0 depth and will have to rotate in these games.

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? 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…
They play the same amount of games but the flights changed, it screws AC more by changing the dates. They were initially going to go from their home game to OL Reign, now it’s home game to Louisville the flight is longer which makes a big difference in terms of recovery and strain on bodies. DA
Da I think it also changes strategy. If you play OL Reign last you probably go all in on the first 2 games and just do what you can against the Reign because you shouldn’t win anyways.

With LV last, they will want to make sure they rotate enough in the lead up to go for a win.
You can’t really say this in a league where ACFC have already beaten Portland, NCC and Washington. No results are certain, and their strategy would definitely be to win, regardless of if that happens or not. 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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. da
What’s the “right inner strength and attitude” and why don’t Rodman and Sanchez have it? Any player who came through what the Spirit did last year to play well individually and win the championship seems to have plenty of inner strength imo. Da
DA That's a troll, please don't feed it.

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Lol. WHat did I say! Like clockwork. JWS is the most predictable shit out there.

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Somebody got their wrist slapped :rofl:


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Probably got threatened with another forfeit.

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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…
They play the same amount of games but the flights changed, it screws AC more by changing the dates. They were initially going to go from their home game to OL Reign, now it’s home game to Louisville the flight is longer which makes a big difference in terms of recovery and strain on bodies. DA
Da I think it also changes strategy. If you play OL Reign last you probably go all in on the first 2 games and just do what you can against the Reign because you shouldn’t win anyways.

With LV last, they will want to make sure they rotate enough in the lead up to go for a win.
You can’t really say this in a league where ACFC have already beaten Portland, NCC and Washington. No results are certain, and their strategy would definitely be to win, regardless of if that happens or not. Da
Sure they will try and win. But they have 0 depth and will have to rotate in these games.
So? Depth doesn’t mean shit whoever the better team on the day will be will be he winner. Did anyone expect AC to beat Washington or NCC? Did anyone expect OLR to draw Loserville? DA

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Lol. WHat did I say! Like clockwork. JWS is the most predictable shit out there.
Not to mention the conflict of interest of hosting KO's podcast while promoting her team & coach's whining about calls against the Spirit (but not ones that help the Spirit).

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Somebody got their wrist slapped :rofl:

That’s bullshit. Ward must of known he’d be fined or whatever for speaking out, he shouldn’t of said anything if they were just gonna retract it later. Stick to your word or don’t open your mouth at all.

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Somebody got their wrist slapped :rofl:

That’s bullshit. Ward must of known he’d be fined or whatever for speaking out, he shouldn’t of said anything if they were just gonna retract it later. Stick to your word or don’t open your mouth at all.
It is not signed by Ward.

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Somebody got their wrist slapped :rofl:

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Probably got threatened with another forfeit.
The team got fined for the post they made. Clubs are not allowed to comment on Refs and other things in that nature on social media. I am not shocked by the fined.

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Somebody got their wrist slapped :rofl:

That’s bullshit. Ward must of known he’d be fined or whatever for speaking out, he shouldn’t of said anything if they were just gonna retract it later. Stick to your word or don’t open your mouth at all.
It is not signed by Ward.
Ward is the Head Coach of the club, and this statement is very clearly about his comments. Da

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Probably got threatened with another forfeit.
The team got fined for the post they made. Clubs are not allowed to comment on Refs and other things in that nature on social media. I am not shocked by the fined.
Lol NWSL is such a shitshow. Clubs commenting about refs get fined but the refs constantly making the wrong offside calls and therefore changing the outcome of the game, missing blatantly obvious handballs and not to mention extremely dangerous fouls is completely ok and should be accepted??

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Somebody got their wrist slapped :rofl:

That’s bullshit. Ward must of known he’d be fined or whatever for speaking out, he shouldn’t of said anything if they were just gonna retract it later. Stick to your word or don’t open your mouth at all.
It is not signed by Ward.
Ward is the Head Coach of the club, and this statement is very clearly about his comments. Da
And somebody above him has clearly made the decision to apologize.

It is not Ward “not sticking to his word”.

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Probably got threatened with another forfeit.
The team got fined for the post they made. Clubs are not allowed to comment on Refs and other things in that nature on social media. I am not shocked by the fined.
Lol NWSL is such a shitshow. Clubs commenting about refs get fined but the refs constantly making the wrong offside calls and therefore changing the outcome of the game, missing blatantly obvious handballs and not to mention extremely dangerous fouls is completely ok and should be accepted??
Tbf this isn’t just an nwsl rule, getting fined for calling out the refs happens in most professional leagues. The problem is the standard of reffing that exists in the NWSL is much much lower than what coaches complain about in other leagues. Da

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Woke stans strike again. :rofl:
Should have been Bixby. I’m not even a fan of hers but that double save was way more impressive.
… that double save was last night (ie game week 4)… Phallon won for game week 3. Bixby wasn’t even nominated last week, imo Kingsbury should’ve won. DA

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Probably got threatened with another forfeit.
The team got fined for the post they made. Clubs are not allowed to comment on Refs and other things in that nature on social media. I am not shocked by the fined.
Lol NWSL is such a shitshow. Clubs commenting about refs get fined but the refs constantly making the wrong offside calls and therefore changing the outcome of the game, missing blatantly obvious handballs and not to mention extremely dangerous fouls is completely ok and should be accepted??
Tbf this isn’t just an nwsl rule, getting fined for calling out the refs happens in most professional leagues. The problem is the standard of reffing that exists in the NWSL is much much lower than what coaches complain about in other leagues. Da
DA Kang doesn’t care about a fine, it’d be peanuts to her. Must have threatened them with something else. Suspended from league governance again or match forfeit.

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Lol. WHat did I say! Like clockwork. JWS is the most predictable shit out there.
Not to mention the conflict of interest of hosting KO's podcast while promoting her team & coach's whining about calls against the Spirit (but not ones that help the Spirit).
KO is also investor in that just women sports, so you cannot expect from them being objective.

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Woke stans strike again. :rofl:
Should have been Bixby. I’m not even a fan of hers but that double save was way more impressive.
… that double save was last night (ie game week 4)… Phallon won for game week 3. Bixby wasn’t even nominated last week, imo Kingsbury should’ve won. DA
DA It’s because they only poll on twitter and no one uses that platform anymore other than the crazies.

The fact that Reign has so many die hard fans online but only 3K turn up to their games should show you the support is all performative.

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Probably got threatened with another forfeit.
The team got fined for the post they made. Clubs are not allowed to comment on Refs and other things in that nature on social media. I am not shocked by the fined.
Lol NWSL is such a shitshow. Clubs commenting about refs get fined but the refs constantly making the wrong offside calls and therefore changing the outcome of the game, missing blatantly obvious handballs and not to mention extremely dangerous fouls is completely ok and should be accepted??
Tbf this isn’t just an nwsl rule, getting fined for calling out the refs happens in most professional leagues. The problem is the standard of reffing that exists in the NWSL is much much lower than what coaches complain about in other leagues. Da
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Lol. WHat did I say! Like clockwork. JWS is the most predictable shit out there.
Not to mention the conflict of interest of hosting KO's podcast while promoting her team & coach's whining about calls against the Spirit (but not ones that help the Spirit).
KO is also investor in that just women sports, so you cannot expect from them being objective.
DA So does Sam. That website posts about all teams, just scroll down and you'll see.

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Woke stans strike again. :rofl:
Should have been Bixby. I’m not even a fan of hers but that double save was way more impressive.
… that double save was last night (ie game week 4)… Phallon won for game week 3. Bixby wasn’t even nominated last week, imo Kingsbury should’ve won. DA
DA It’s because they only poll on twitter and no one uses that platform anymore other than the crazies.

The fact that Reign has so many die hard fans online but only 3K turn up to their games should show you the support is all performative.
??? What are you on about? You’re allowed to be a fan of a team but not live in the city or go to games. Barcelona and Madrid have over 100m Insta followers… that’s double the entire population of spain. Da

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Lol. WHat did I say! Like clockwork. JWS is the most predictable shit out there.
Not to mention the conflict of interest of hosting KO's podcast while promoting her team & coach's whining about calls against the Spirit (but not ones that help the Spirit).
KO is also investor in that just women sports, so you cannot expect from them being objective.
Yup. They certainly don’t show that favoritism to KC even though Sam is basically in the same position. I understand that it was a cool story to root for the Spirit last year but it’s different now. It’s a new season, at least pretend to be objective ya know.

JWS is nothing but another sports media outlet with their own agendas and biases. We already knew they were not serious journalists in any shape or form. Just call yourself a content platform and move on please.

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Lol. WHat did I say! Like clockwork. JWS is the most predictable shit out there.
Not to mention the conflict of interest of hosting KO's podcast while promoting her team & coach's whining about calls against the Spirit (but not ones that help the Spirit).
KO is also investor in that just women sports, so you cannot expect from them being objective.
Yup. They certainly don’t show that favoritism to KC even though Sam is basically in the same position. I understand that it was a cool story to root for the Spirit last year but it’s different now. It’s a new season, at least pretend to be objective ya know.

JWS is nothing but another sports media outlet with their own agendas and biases. We already knew they were not serious journalists in any shape or form. Just call yourself a content platform and move on please.
This exactly, they are not doing serious journos work. They only take moments and people who get clicks and make a posts and quotes on sm.

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20 May 2022, 00:18

Woke stans strike again. :rofl:
Should have been Bixby. I’m not even a fan of hers but that double save was way more impressive.
… that double save was last night (ie game week 4)… Phallon won for game week 3. Bixby wasn’t even nominated last week, imo Kingsbury should’ve won. DA
DA It’s because they only poll on twitter and no one uses that platform anymore other than the crazies.

The fact that Reign has so many die hard fans online but only 3K turn up to their games should show you the support is all performative.
??? What are you on about? You’re allowed to be a fan of a team but not live in the city or go to games. Barcelona and Madrid have over 100m Insta followers… that’s double the entire population of spain. Da
SM following doesn’t make the team or the league any money. You can be a fan all you want but if you aren’t going to games and buying Merch you aren’t really contributing anything. Your support is meaningless. Barca and Madrid have had 90K people turn up to watch their games. The local fan base is there.

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20 May 2022, 01:42
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20 May 2022, 01:29
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20 May 2022, 01:20
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20 May 2022, 00:45
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20 May 2022, 00:33


Lol. WHat did I say! Like clockwork. JWS is the most predictable shit out there.
Not to mention the conflict of interest of hosting KO's podcast while promoting her team & coach's whining about calls against the Spirit (but not ones that help the Spirit).
KO is also investor in that just women sports, so you cannot expect from them being objective.
Yup. They certainly don’t show that favoritism to KC even though Sam is basically in the same position. I understand that it was a cool story to root for the Spirit last year but it’s different now. It’s a new season, at least pretend to be objective ya know.

JWS is nothing but another sports media outlet with their own agendas and biases. We already knew they were not serious journalists in any shape or form. Just call yourself a content platform and move on please.
This exactly, they are not doing serious journos work. They only take moments and people who get clicks and make a posts and quotes on sm.
DA 😂 You guys are hilarious. JWS is not and has never been biased to the Spirit. Their main NWSL writing contributor is Clare Watkins who is a massive Chicago stan.

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20 May 2022, 01:47
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20 May 2022, 01:42
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20 May 2022, 01:29
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20 May 2022, 01:20
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20 May 2022, 00:45


Not to mention the conflict of interest of hosting KO's podcast while promoting her team & coach's whining about calls against the Spirit (but not ones that help the Spirit).
KO is also investor in that just women sports, so you cannot expect from them being objective.
Yup. They certainly don’t show that favoritism to KC even though Sam is basically in the same position. I understand that it was a cool story to root for the Spirit last year but it’s different now. It’s a new season, at least pretend to be objective ya know.

JWS is nothing but another sports media outlet with their own agendas and biases. We already knew they were not serious journalists in any shape or form. Just call yourself a content platform and move on please.
This exactly, they are not doing serious journos work. They only take moments and people who get clicks and make a posts and quotes on sm.
DA 😂 You guys are hilarious. JWS is not and has never been biased to the Spirit. Their main NWSL writing contributor is Clare Watkins who is a massive Chicago stan.
DA Right I mean tell me you are a new fan without telling me you are a new fan. Clare regularly bashes KO on her Podcast.

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20 May 2022, 01:47
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20 May 2022, 01:42
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20 May 2022, 01:29
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20 May 2022, 01:20
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20 May 2022, 00:45


Not to mention the conflict of interest of hosting KO's podcast while promoting her team & coach's whining about calls against the Spirit (but not ones that help the Spirit).
KO is also investor in that just women sports, so you cannot expect from them being objective.
Yup. They certainly don’t show that favoritism to KC even though Sam is basically in the same position. I understand that it was a cool story to root for the Spirit last year but it’s different now. It’s a new season, at least pretend to be objective ya know.

JWS is nothing but another sports media outlet with their own agendas and biases. We already knew they were not serious journalists in any shape or form. Just call yourself a content platform and move on please.
This exactly, they are not doing serious journos work. They only take moments and people who get clicks and make a posts and quotes on sm.
DA 😂 You guys are hilarious. JWS is not and has never been biased to the Spirit. Their main NWSL writing contributor is Clare Watkins who is a massive Chicago stan.
Can y'all spoiler tag that instagram post. We've seen enough of that dudebro's moon face for one day.

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19 May 2022, 22:24
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19 May 2022, 21:55


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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. da
DA. You may be correct. Sanchez as an individual though talented could be influenced and tainted by Rodman. It's too bad they seem to come as a set. Rodman looked like she wanted to fight Lussi during the ACFC game, and pretty sure she said some stuff to her.


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19 May 2022, 22:56
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19 May 2022, 22:47
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19 May 2022, 22:24
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19 May 2022, 21:55


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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. da
worst take in a long time!

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I wonder why ACFC is doing a another photo shoot today.

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20 May 2022, 02:46
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19 May 2022, 22:56
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19 May 2022, 22:47
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19 May 2022, 22:24
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19 May 2022, 21:55


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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. da
DA. You may be correct. Sanchez as an individual though talented could be influenced and tainted by Rodman. It's too bad they seem to come as a set. Rodman looked like she wanted to fight Lussi during the ACFC game, and pretty sure she said some stuff to her.

She retaliated by throwing a shoulder into an opponent during a deadball in one of the CC games. And Sanchez is famous for getting pissy at coaches. There's a reason Vlatko is being very cautious about them.

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20 May 2022, 02:46
Guest wrote:
19 May 2022, 22:56
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19 May 2022, 22:47
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19 May 2022, 22:24
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19 May 2022, 21:55


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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. da
DA. You may be correct. Sanchez as an individual though talented could be influenced and tainted by Rodman. It's too bad they seem to come as a set. Rodman looked like she wanted to fight Lussi during the ACFC game, and pretty sure she said some stuff to her.

Rodman will learn to cool it as she matures, there’s a reason Vlatko doesn’t think she’s ready and it’s not her talent (after all she’s better than both Midge and Smith easily).

Funny how much she wanted to fight Lussi but wouldn’t dare square up to CP who was also fouling her. She seems to look up to her a lot. Da

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20 May 2022, 02:49
I wonder why ACFC is doing a another photo shoot today.
Probably a promo of some kind, teams do photoshoots more than once a season seems like some people don’t realise this.

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20 May 2022, 02:59
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20 May 2022, 02:49
I wonder why ACFC is doing a another photo shoot today.
Probably a promo of some kind, teams do photoshoots more than once a season seems like some people don’t realise this.
DA. It seems sponsors are lining up to throw money at them.

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20 May 2022, 03:07
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20 May 2022, 02:59
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20 May 2022, 02:49
I wonder why ACFC is doing a another photo shoot today.
Probably a promo of some kind, teams do photoshoots more than once a season seems like some people don’t realise this.
DA. It seems sponsors are lining up to throw money at them.
Good for them. They’re showing current and former nwsl owners that yes they can make more money and get more sponsorships. Da

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20 May 2022, 02:56
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20 May 2022, 02:46
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19 May 2022, 22:56
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19 May 2022, 22:47
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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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. da
DA. You may be correct. Sanchez as an individual though talented could be influenced and tainted by Rodman. It's too bad they seem to come as a set. Rodman looked like she wanted to fight Lussi during the ACFC game, and pretty sure she said some stuff to her.

Rodman will learn to cool it as she matures, there’s a reason Vlatko doesn’t think she’s ready and it’s not her talent (after all she’s better than both Midge and Smith easily).

Funny how much she wanted to fight Lussi but wouldn’t dare square up to CP who was also fouling her. She seems to look up to her a lot. Da
I remember watching it in real time and thinking how terrible it looked, Rodman bearing down on that girl..

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20 May 2022, 02:56
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20 May 2022, 02:46
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19 May 2022, 22:56
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19 May 2022, 22:47
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19 May 2022, 22:24


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
I doubt Rodman and Sanchez will be called in long term to the NT. They just don't have the right inner strength & attitude. da
DA. You may be correct. Sanchez as an individual though talented could be influenced and tainted by Rodman. It's too bad they seem to come as a set. Rodman looked like she wanted to fight Lussi during the ACFC game, and pretty sure she said some stuff to her.

Rodman will learn to cool it as she matures, there’s a reason Vlatko doesn’t think she’s ready and it’s not her talent (after all she’s better than both Midge and Smith easily).

Funny how much she wanted to fight Lussi but wouldn’t dare square up to CP who was also fouling her. She seems to look up to her a lot. Da
Rodman wouldn’t try fight the queen, she knows better. I think she’d rather get CPs autograph and a picture like Kerolin did :rofl: I don’t think Rodman is intimidated by Lussi or other players she squares up.

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