Three in the Back Podcast: Highlighting Liga MX Femenil, the Washington Spirit mess

Podcast Soccer Liga MX Femenil Washington Spirit

On the latest episode of Three in the Back, R.J. Allen, Alex Campbell and Rachael Kriger attempt to make sense of the Washington Spirit mess, Rachael highlights plenty of Liga MX Femenil action and much more. This week’s drink to highlight is R.J’s bourbon in our new segment at the beginning: “What are we drinking?”

Don’t miss out on our opening episode by checking out the link to our past shows, by clicking here. In our opening episode, the trio breaks down the return of Christen Press to the NWSL by signing with Angel City FC.

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Who We Are: Three in the Back Podcast

R.J. Allen

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.

Rachael Kriger

Rachael Kriger is a senior editor at Last Word on Soccer, where she covers the Seattle Sounders, MLS and the USMNT. 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. She currently resides in Ocala, Florida, where she is a youth minister at Blessed Trinity Parish. Follow her on Twitter, @RachaelKriger.

Alex Campbell

Alex is a broadcaster, producer and writer covering soccer in Chicago. His left foot is totally useless, so he’d have to play on the right side of this theoretical defense. You can follow him on Twitter, @alex_s_campbell.

 

 

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