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Would this benefit the USWNT? Macario maybe, if she’s dual?
Why is Sunil there? Why is FIFA telling him things and not the Fed?

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They’re going to scout the tournament.

I highly doubt someone is going to get called up based on a four week performance. Maybe seeing how the rookies do?
They can get called up for camp but actually making roster i highly doubt it. Especially over some players
It's probably more to evaluate the players on the bubble- like Pugh, Moe, Queen Allie Long, etc

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I highly doubt someone is going to get called up based on a four week performance. Maybe seeing how the rookies do?
They can get called up for camp but actually making roster i highly doubt it. Especially over some players
It's probably more to evaluate the players on the bubble- like Pugh, Moe, Queen Allie Long, etc
When did Pugh become bubble player. Like i know she has and she was left off the qualifying roster and played all of 10 min for sbc but it’s crazy how year ago Jill ranked her higher than Press at times

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They can get called up for camp but actually making roster i highly doubt it. Especially over some players
It's probably more to evaluate the players on the bubble- like Pugh, Moe, Queen Allie Long, etc
When did Pugh become bubble player. Like i know she has and she was left off the qualifying roster and played all of 10 min for sbc but it’s crazy how year ago Jill ranked her higher than Press at times
I think you answered yourself by including the word “Jill.” I know she was a winning coach, blah blah blah but she ran our players into the ground and had a rigid system that only benefited certain players that fit into her system. I still believe our team would have won with any coach. As for Pugh, lately she just kind of stagnated in her play. I still think she has potential.

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They can get called up for camp but actually making roster i highly doubt it. Especially over some players
It's probably more to evaluate the players on the bubble- like Pugh, Moe, Queen Allie Long, etc
When did Pugh become bubble player. Like i know she has and she was left off the qualifying roster and played all of 10 min for sbc but it’s crazy how year ago Jill ranked her higher than Press at times
Jill also used to start Allie Long at CB. So I wouldn’t put any considerations to her ranking of players. Pugh hasn’t been very good since her injury. And by not very good I mean, bad, bubble player status only because of her name, wouldn’t even be on the bubble of she wasn’t Mal Pugh. A lot of players go through bad spells, but can usually recover. She’s not been playing well for a while though.

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It's probably more to evaluate the players on the bubble- like Pugh, Moe, Queen Allie Long, etc
When did Pugh become bubble player. Like i know she has and she was left off the qualifying roster and played all of 10 min for sbc but it’s crazy how year ago Jill ranked her higher than Press at times
I think you answered yourself by including the word “Jill.” I know she was a winning coach, blah blah blah but she ran our players into the ground and had a rigid system that only benefited certain players that fit into her system. I still believe our team would have won with any coach. As for Pugh, lately she just kind of stagnated in her play. I still think she has potential.
Absolutely she’s so young. But also it worth mentioning some players just peak early and than that’s it you know and in some cases that’s enough but more often it’s not and they are labeled as bust. I don’t think it will happen with Pugh. Also completely agree about Jill point and i will also add that she ran Pinoe into the ground whatever soccer she had left in her after WC Jill literally exhausted it during WC and i don’t think it was necessary. She could’ve managed her better. Recently rewatched that France Quater final game and you could tell Pinoe gave her all in that game like both mentally and physically. She sat out Semis and than Finals she scores PK but wasn’t really good overall during the game.

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Unclear which game is on tv, but it does look like CBS will do a half hour pre game show going by this picture

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Unclear which game is on tv, but it does look like CBS will do a half hour pre game show going by this picture
Do we know what timezone this is?

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https://twitter.com/shunasassi2/status/1272257567687925760?s=21
Unclear which game is on tv, but it does look like CBS will do a half hour pre game show going by this picture
Do we know what timezone this is?
Looks to be eastern, so an 11 am kick in Utah

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uh everyone is on the discord site, just wish i could talk the games with other likeminded people when the tournament starts but I don't think i'll find a way to join discord yet before that since i don't understand anything about technical stuff. at least there's still twitter and tumblr

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uh everyone is on the discord site, just wish i could talk the games with other likeminded people when the tournament starts but I don't think i'll find a way to join discord yet before that since i don't understand anything about technical stuff. at least there's still twitter and tumblr
I expect it will be more busy when the games come back, its kind of normal for now to be slow since we dont have much to talk about .
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watching the games alone wrote:
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uh everyone is on the discord site, just wish i could talk the games with other likeminded people when the tournament starts but I don't think i'll find a way to join discord yet before that since i don't understand anything about technical stuff. at least there's still twitter and tumblr
I expect it will be more busy when the games come back, its kind of normal for now to be slow since we dont have much to talk about .
All the people who talk about the technical stuff are on discord btw there's a message about this issue on the discord thread.

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Unclear which game is on tv, but it does look like CBS will do a half hour pre game show going by this picture
I just checked and it will be showed in Canada as well ,so happy about that.
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What’s the point of the stripes not lining up?

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What’s the point of the stripes not lining up?
Its part of Nike's "digital" collection.

Their new away kit is just a white shirt, Its a shame because I thought last years away was great.

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Wooo. Those are some of the most basic looking jerseys ever. That didn’t take much effort.

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NC new kit, kind of bland. Looks like a training jersey.

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NC new kit, kind of bland. Looks like a training jersey.

I honestly can't even tell that these are new lol


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What’s the point of the stripes not lining up?
Its part of Nike's "digital" collection.

Their new away kit is just a white shirt, Its a shame because I thought last years away was great.
Well Thorns fans at least you won at Jerseys against courage 😆

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Is Pugh training with sky blue. I know we saw her and that she's there but we haven't really seen her training with the team. That one time she wasn't even training she was just standing on the sideline.

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I dont cares who wins the tournament but I just want Sky blue to show improvement these girls deserved everything.
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Kit News
Chicago: Released New Away
Houston: Released New Home and Away
NC: Released New Home and Away
Orlando: Released New Away
Portland: Released New Home and Away
Reign: New Home and Away - No Date Announced just before the Cup
Sky Blue: New(not sure what one or both) - No Date Announced
Utah: New Home - Release on 6/17
Washington: New Home - Not Date Announced

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What’s the point of the stripes not lining up?
To represent how many shots they have to take before actually scoring

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we have the first injury of the challenge cup with caprice dydasco tearing her acl in team training

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