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Yeah and? Mal was on the national team and scored goals at 15. Look at her now. Or look at Sully. Plenty of players simply don't transition. It's always a risk.
Still. Trading her for mid level non NT players is gonna be a dumb move from Louisville, but like I said if they wanna be dumb they should trade her to my flop 😂
Let's say Debinha and Erceg for her? You wouldn't take that? Or Colaprico and Gordon? I actually can't think of two from Portland tbh. But given what Louisville is going to have roster wise from the draft, they'll need some solid experienced vets more than a 22 year old with potential imo.
Debinha and Erceg are not a mid level NWSL players. They’re Best XI winners. No, I would not take Colaprico and Gorden for Macario.

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Nothing on the west coast. Portland too busy going up in flames from the riots to care about NWSL or do they only attend games and not watch it on tv?

As for St. Louis(with an MLS team coming in 2023, they are postponing from 2022) that someone mentioned, the owner said:
"When ask if they were considering owning an NWSL team as well, this is what she said: “You know, I think at this point I've got to get some holes dug and some steel going in the ground. I think right now in order to really make sure we have a very successful 2022 season, that has to be the main focus. But certainly we're up for suggestions and any ideas.”"
https://www.si.com/.amp/soccer/2020/02/ ... nsion-2022

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Nothing on the west coast. Portland too busy going up in flames from the riots to care about NWSL or do they only attend games and not watch it on tv?

As for St. Louis(with an MLS team coming in 2023, they are postponing from 2022) that someone mentioned, the owner said:
"When ask if they were considering owning an NWSL team as well, this is what she said: “You know, I think at this point I've got to get some holes dug and some steel going in the ground. I think right now in order to really make sure we have a very successful 2022 season, that has to be the main focus. But certainly we're up for suggestions and any ideas.”"
https://www.si.com/.amp/soccer/2020/02/ ... nsion-2022
The game was on at 9:30 a.m. on the west coast, of course it's not gonna get high viewership...

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Nothing on the west coast. Portland too busy going up in flames from the riots to care about NWSL or do they only attend games and not watch it on tv?

As for St. Louis(with an MLS team coming in 2023, they are postponing from 2022) that someone mentioned, the owner said:
"When ask if they were considering owning an NWSL team as well, this is what she said: “You know, I think at this point I've got to get some holes dug and some steel going in the ground. I think right now in order to really make sure we have a very successful 2022 season, that has to be the main focus. But certainly we're up for suggestions and any ideas.”"
https://www.si.com/.amp/soccer/2020/02/ ... nsion-2022
The game was on at 9:30 a.m. on the west coast, of course it's not gonna get high viewership...
I wonder which markets watched the Premiere League game cuz it was on even earlier.....

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Not a big fan of Anson, but some interesting insight into the inner workings of US Soccer. At least back in the day. Very political. Not a surprise.

https://www.justwomenssports.com/reads/ ... -us-soccer

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Not a big fan of Anson, but some interesting insight into the inner workings of US Soccer. At least back in the day. Very political. Not a surprise.

https://www.justwomenssports.com/reads/ ... -us-soccer
Anson 🤮 but yeah very political probably even more political now 😂

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Nothing on the west coast. Portland too busy going up in flames from the riots to care about NWSL or do they only attend games and not watch it on tv?

As for St. Louis(with an MLS team coming in 2023, they are postponing from 2022) that someone mentioned, the owner said:
"When ask if they were considering owning an NWSL team as well, this is what she said: “You know, I think at this point I've got to get some holes dug and some steel going in the ground. I think right now in order to really make sure we have a very successful 2022 season, that has to be the main focus. But certainly we're up for suggestions and any ideas.”"
https://www.si.com/.amp/soccer/2020/02/ ... nsion-2022
The game was on at 9:30 a.m. on the west coast, of course it's not gonna get high viewership...
Portland only shows up if Thors show up. So much for being "Soccer City" 😂


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Still. Trading her for mid level non NT players is gonna be a dumb move from Louisville, but like I said if they wanna be dumb they should trade her to my flop 😂
Let's say Debinha and Erceg for her? You wouldn't take that? Or Colaprico and Gordon? I actually can't think of two from Portland tbh. But given what Louisville is going to have roster wise from the draft, they'll need some solid experienced vets more than a 22 year old with potential imo.
Debinha and Erceg are not a mid level NWSL players. They’re Best XI winners. No, I would not take Colaprico and Gorden for Macario.
debinha is arguably the best player in the league

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Let's say Debinha and Erceg for her? You wouldn't take that? Or Colaprico and Gordon? I actually can't think of two from Portland tbh. But given what Louisville is going to have roster wise from the draft, they'll need some solid experienced vets more than a 22 year old with potential imo.
Debinha and Erceg are not a mid level NWSL players. They’re Best XI winners. No, I would not take Colaprico and Gorden for Macario.
debinha is arguably the best player in the league
That’s quite a statement lol I wouldn’t say she’s the best player on her own team but okay...

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Debinha and Erceg are not a mid level NWSL players. They’re Best XI winners. No, I would not take Colaprico and Gorden for Macario.
debinha is arguably the best player in the league
That’s quite a statement lol I wouldn’t say she’s the best player on her own team but okay...
Don't strongly agree or disagree but there's also not anyone else that stands out as best player in the league. Would've been Kerr before she left. DA

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I highly doubt shiba even happens

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debinha is arguably the best player in the league
That’s quite a statement lol I wouldn’t say she’s the best player on her own team but okay...
Don't strongly agree or disagree but there's also not anyone else that stands out as best player in the league. Would've been Kerr before she left. DA
DA Agree that she’s arguably the best player in the league currently. Definitely top 5.


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debinha is arguably the best player in the league
That’s quite a statement lol I wouldn’t say she’s the best player on her own team but okay...
Don't strongly agree or disagree but there's also not anyone else that stands out as best player in the league. Would've been Kerr before she left. DA
So by default people just put her up there because Kerr left? That’s interesting...

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That’s quite a statement lol I wouldn’t say she’s the best player on her own team but okay...
Don't strongly agree or disagree but there's also not anyone else that stands out as best player in the league. Would've been Kerr before she left. DA
So by default people just put her up there because Kerr left? That’s interesting...
no, people who watch her play understand how much she contributes to NCC being the best team

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Don't strongly agree or disagree but there's also not anyone else that stands out as best player in the league. Would've been Kerr before she left. DA
So by default people just put her up there because Kerr left? That’s interesting...
no, people who watch her play understand how much she contributes to NCC being the best team
What I meant is that without Kerr there is no clear best player in the league. There is a conversation to be had about a few players and she is one of them.

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Don't strongly agree or disagree but there's also not anyone else that stands out as best player in the league. Would've been Kerr before she left. DA
So by default people just put her up there because Kerr left? That’s interesting...
no, people who watch her play understand how much she contributes to NCC being the best team
Yes, and she's improved so much over the course of a couple of years. She was often a midfield sub for them a couple of years ago and now I'd say she's their most impactful player.

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So by default people just put her up there because Kerr left? That’s interesting...
no, people who watch her play understand how much she contributes to NCC being the best team
What I meant is that without Kerr there is no clear best player in the league. There is a conversation to be had about a few players and she is one of them.
yeah, agree with that.

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I would have watched more if the early games weren't at 4am or if they were available on the channel after the game. But as an international viewer I appreciate that I was able to watch this year. Finger crossed for future seasons!

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Not a big fan of Anson, but some interesting insight into the inner workings of US Soccer. At least back in the day. Very political. Not a surprise.

https://www.justwomenssports.com/reads/ ... -us-soccer
Dude sexually harrassed his college players. Not really interested in what he has to say especially because we already now how fucked US Soccer acts.

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Nothing on the west coast. Portland too busy going up in flames from the riots to care about NWSL or do they only attend games and not watch it on tv?

As for St. Louis(with an MLS team coming in 2023, they are postponing from 2022) that someone mentioned, the owner said:
"When ask if they were considering owning an NWSL team as well, this is what she said: “You know, I think at this point I've got to get some holes dug and some steel going in the ground. I think right now in order to really make sure we have a very successful 2022 season, that has to be the main focus. But certainly we're up for suggestions and any ideas.”"
https://www.si.com/.amp/soccer/2020/02/ ... nsion-2022
The game was on at 9:30 a.m. on the west coast, of course it's not gonna get high viewership...
Portland only shows up if Thors show up. So much for being "Soccer City" 😂
Thorns aren't even my team but until other cities start supporting their women's team like they do then they are soccer city USA in my book.

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I highly doubt shiba even happens
How does this work? I thought the US were inviting different teams each year.

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Not a big fan of Anson, but some interesting insight into the inner workings of US Soccer. At least back in the day. Very political. Not a surprise.

https://www.justwomenssports.com/reads/ ... -us-soccer
Dude sexually harrassed his college players. Not really interested in what he has to say especially because we already now how fucked US Soccer acts.
Same

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I highly doubt shiba even happens
How does this work? I thought the US were inviting different teams each year.
Not really, England has been in the tournament since it began. France and Germany were in the first three years, but then they withdrew due to travel I think. DA

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