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26 Sep 2020, 17:36
Does anyone else want the us players to absolutely dominate the wsl? Like I feel like they’re so smug about the wsl. I want all of them to just embarrass them
I want all the US players to dominant while they are over there. And I think they will. Once they get adjusted and knock some of the rust off.

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26 Sep 2020, 17:39
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26 Sep 2020, 17:36
Does anyone else want the us players to absolutely dominate the wsl? Like I feel like they’re so smug about the wsl. I want all of them to just embarrass them
I want all the US players to dominant while they are over there. And I think they will. Once they get adjusted and knock some of the rust off.
The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.

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26 Sep 2020, 17:46
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26 Sep 2020, 17:39
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26 Sep 2020, 17:36
Does anyone else want the us players to absolutely dominate the wsl? Like I feel like they’re so smug about the wsl. I want all of them to just embarrass them
I want all the US players to dominant while they are over there. And I think they will. Once they get adjusted and knock some of the rust off.
The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.
Hdu disrepect Sam. She going to be great over there. Great! :argh:

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26 Sep 2020, 17:51
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26 Sep 2020, 17:46
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26 Sep 2020, 17:39


I want all the US players to dominant while they are over there. And I think they will. Once they get adjusted and knock some of the rust off.
The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.
Hdu disrepect Sam. She going to be great over there. Great! :argh:
yeah, i have highest hopes for sam and press.

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26 Sep 2020, 17:46
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26 Sep 2020, 17:39
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26 Sep 2020, 17:36
Does anyone else want the us players to absolutely dominate the wsl? Like I feel like they’re so smug about the wsl. I want all of them to just embarrass them
I want all the US players to dominant while they are over there. And I think they will. Once they get adjusted and knock some of the rust off.
The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.
Idk, Press’s team just lost the small sided game at training.

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26 Sep 2020, 17:46
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26 Sep 2020, 17:39
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26 Sep 2020, 17:36
Does anyone else want the us players to absolutely dominate the wsl? Like I feel like they’re so smug about the wsl. I want all of them to just embarrass them
I want all the US players to dominant while they are over there. And I think they will. Once they get adjusted and knock some of the rust off.
The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.
That’s a big assumption. Cant you just say I hope they all do well. I mean we know Alex’s history for club but the rest I think have the potential to make actual impact

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26 Sep 2020, 17:57
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26 Sep 2020, 17:46
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26 Sep 2020, 17:39


I want all the US players to dominant while they are over there. And I think they will. Once they get adjusted and knock some of the rust off.
The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.
Idk, Press’s team just lost the small sided game at training.
:rofl: that’s it cut her from the team

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I think all of them minus Alex will make an impact.

I honestly think Alex is there for the PR and the Spurs seem okay with it...so who am I to judge. *shrugs*

Her name was mentioned a million times by broadcasters more than the game.

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26 Sep 2020, 17:55
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26 Sep 2020, 17:51
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26 Sep 2020, 17:46


The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.
Hdu disrepect Sam. She going to be great over there. Great! :argh:
yeah, i have highest hopes for sam and press.
lol

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This spirit/Chicago game is a bore so far

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26 Sep 2020, 18:01
I think all of them minus Alex will make an impact.

I honestly think Alex is there for the PR and the Spurs seem okay with it...so who am I to judge. *shrugs*

Her name was mentioned a million times by broadcasters more than the game.
I read a headline saying she’s bigger than the club she signed. :lol:

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26 Sep 2020, 18:04
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26 Sep 2020, 18:01
I think all of them minus Alex will make an impact.

I honestly think Alex is there for the PR and the Spurs seem okay with it...so who am I to judge. *shrugs*

Her name was mentioned a million times by broadcasters more than the game.
I read a headline saying she’s bigger than the club she signed. :lol:
Smh. Lmao. Alex will play 4 games. And I doubt she even extends in January. Since that option is in her contact.

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26 Sep 2020, 18:01
I think all of them minus Alex will make an impact.

I honestly think Alex is there for the PR and the Spurs seem okay with it...so who am I to judge. *shrugs*

Her name was mentioned a million times by broadcasters more than the game.
I think she also wants and needs a structured training environment if she wants to get back into the national team. PR is a bonus though.

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Please stop posting twitter fan account here, I don't know how many times it has to be said.
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4-0 point and laugh point and laugh point and laugh

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26 Sep 2020, 17:57
Guest wrote:
26 Sep 2020, 17:46
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26 Sep 2020, 17:39


I want all the US players to dominant while they are over there. And I think they will. Once they get adjusted and knock some of the rust off.
The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.
Idk, Press’s team just lost the small sided game at training.
Lol
Whomp whomp

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26 Sep 2020, 17:55
Guest wrote:
26 Sep 2020, 17:51
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26 Sep 2020, 17:46


The only one I see being dominant and a difference maker based on her fitness/form/circumstances is press tbh. Rose is never healthy, Alex sucks for club and Sam isn’t really needed. Maybe Tobin will regain her 2018 form but idk. They have some decent players who can play her position.
Hdu disrepect Sam. She going to be great over there. Great! :argh:
yeah, i have highest hopes for sam and press.
I mean me too but I’m remaining positive and hoping that all the us players do crazy good lol

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Watt is trash. There I said it

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Tierna back :blinkwide:

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26 Sep 2020, 18:34
Tierna back :blinkwide:
Come on you Gays

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26 Sep 2020, 18:30
Watt is trash. There I said it
Yup. Can't finish. McCaskill has set her up like 2-3 times too. DA



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26 Sep 2020, 18:09
Guest wrote:
26 Sep 2020, 18:01
I think all of them minus Alex will make an impact.

I honestly think Alex is there for the PR and the Spurs seem okay with it...so who am I to judge. *shrugs*

Her name was mentioned a million times by broadcasters more than the game.
I think she also wants and needs a structured training environment if she wants to get back into the national team. PR is a bonus though.
DA. Yeah I'm a little pissed. What a fucking trainwreck losing 4-0 with Alex Morgan sitting on your bench. I don't care how out of shape, or how much dust is on her boots, that was just fucking stupid.

^o)

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26 Sep 2020, 18:44
It is such a bad look for them to charter the men to every game and not charter the Pride to 4. Especially when they are flying from hotspot to hotspot.

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Players safety is at risk and jounos want to stay
quiet smh.

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26 Sep 2020, 18:40
McCaskill said imma do it myself.

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26 Sep 2020, 18:47
Guest wrote:
26 Sep 2020, 18:09
Guest wrote:
26 Sep 2020, 18:01
I think all of them minus Alex will make an impact.

I honestly think Alex is there for the PR and the Spurs seem okay with it...so who am I to judge. *shrugs*

Her name was mentioned a million times by broadcasters more than the game.
I think she also wants and needs a structured training environment if she wants to get back into the national team. PR is a bonus though.
DA. Yeah I'm a little pissed. What a fucking trainwreck losing 4-0 with Alex Morgan sitting on your bench. I don't care how out of shape, or how much dust is on her boots, that was just fucking stupid.

^o)
That's the thing. They clearly put her on the bench to get people to tune in but the fact that she didn't play must mean she's not fit to even go in for the last 15. DA

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Ooh she cute!

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This is the look of someone who just realized they just signed for spurs 😂

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Look at that hair.

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26 Sep 2020, 18:49
Guest wrote:
26 Sep 2020, 18:47
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26 Sep 2020, 18:09


I think she also wants and needs a structured training environment if she wants to get back into the national team. PR is a bonus though.
DA. Yeah I'm a little pissed. What a fucking trainwreck losing 4-0 with Alex Morgan sitting on your bench. I don't care how out of shape, or how much dust is on her boots, that was just fucking stupid.

^o)
That's the thing. They clearly put her on the bench to get people to tune in but the fact that she didn't play must mean she's not fit to even go in for the last 15. DA
Lol the narrative

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26 Sep 2020, 18:30
Watt is trash. There I said it
I would agree. Totally. also why I don’t get when people say she deserves a call up by Vltako.

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What a great late equalizer!


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