The Pro Foul Podcast, Episode 20: Broke It Very Casually

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Podcast — After taking a much-needed break at the beginning of the National Women’s Soccer League offseason, your favorite women’s soccer podcast is back! On the latest Pro Foul Podcast, R.J. Allen, Rachael Kriger and André Carlisle chat about offseason happenings.

Kelley O’Hara is going to the Washington Spirit, and André has some thoughts on the move. Meanwhile, the trio gets into a debate about Kansas City women’s soccer and Sporting Kansas City.

Show notes are below! Don’t forget to support us on Patreon!

Episode 20: Broke it Very Casually

  • It’s been a few minutes since the last episode and will be a few minutes before our next episode, but the group is back to talk about the post-season so far.
The Washington Spirit has a Busy Month
The Utah Royals Go Back to Kansas City
Angel City FC Prove That Stadiums Can Be Shared and Being an Owner is Literally for Anyone
USWNT Plays in the Netherlands

About the Pro Foul Podcasters

Rachael Kriger is a senior editor at Last Word on Soccer. At Last Word, she is the head Seattle Sounders writer and covers the NWSL and USWNT. She is also the social media manager for Equalizer Soccer and is in the NWSL Media Association.

Furthermore, Rachael is the communication director for the North American Soccer Reporters. A native of Moscow, Russia, Rachael grew up playing soccer and basketball. While she coaches basketball, her love of sports reporting stems with soccer. Follow her on Twitter, @RachaelKriger.

RJ Allen has been covering women’s soccer since 2016. She is currently the Editor-In-Chief of Backline Soccer and co-host of The 123rd Minute Podcast, the Attacking Half Podcast and The Pro Foul Podcast. You can find her on Twitter @TheSoccerCritic.

Follow @ProFoulPodcast on Twitter for all updates! We’ve got a lot of good stuff planned for 2020 and look forward to all of you joining us as we provide a platform for Women’s Soccer news, analysis and coverage for all.

André Carlisle writes some, tweets a lot and tires not to let soccer ruin his life — and he often fails at all three. Still, the sport is his favorite thing in the world and it is an honor to have it step on his emotions. If you want to read things that André writes, or laugh at his angst, you can find him on Twitter @not_carlisle, covering the Washington Spirit at Black and Red United or writing about Chelsea at We Ain’t Got Not History.

Also, like any dejected wannabe columnist in this era of digital media, he also has a newsletter called No Love in Fear — though he’s no quite sure what he’s doing with it yet. You have been warned!

 

 

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