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Everyone loves an underdog! Whether they win or lose, they always inspire us to do our best even when the odds are stacked against us. But what happens when you’re always the underdog? How do you continue to to get back up and go again? On this episode we talk to Haiti WNT midfielder Danielle Étienne about that underdog mentality and what inspires her to continue to work hard, improve her game, and reach that next level!Plus we'll take a look at some upcoming Concacaf and FIFA tournaments!Danielle ÉtienneBorn into a family of footballers, Dani has taken her legacy and infused her own style and joy into her game. As a senior at the prestigious Fordham University in NYC, the young footballer is ready to take the next step into the pros and inspire a generation along the way.Dani grew up in the Haiti youth system, playing in the 2018 U20 Women's Cup, and solidifying her standing in the senior squad, helping the team qualify for the upcoming 2022 Concacaf W Championships. You'll love hearing from the young, talented footballer as she begins her pro career and takes on USA this summer in the Concacaf tournament. Be ready to get inspired by Dani and this young Haiti team! (10’)Episode Links:Follow Danielle Étienne on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dani_etienne8/Follow Danielle at Fordham University Women's Soccer - https://fordhamsports.com/sports/womens-soccer/roster/danielle-etienne/11901Visit Étienne Soccer School of Excellence - https://www.etiennesoccer.com/Follow Étienne Soccer School of Excellence on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/EtienneSoccerSchool/Don't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California - https://www.youtube.com/c/MissionCaliforniaMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.Original Broadcast Date: June 12, 2022Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Danielle Étiienne and Scott Kwiatkowski Associate Sports Information Director at Fordham University.Women’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
What does it mean to be a professional? And how does being a professional fit in with the concept of teamwork? On this episode, we hear from a few of the biggest stars in the NWSL who discuss just this topic!Imani DorseyProfessional athlete, spokesperson, advocate, and overall great person – NJ/NY Gotham FC super star Imani Dorsey stops by to share her football journey, why it’s important to use her platform for social causes, and more.Why all the love for NJ/NY Gotham FC super star Imani Dorsey? Just take a listen to this exclusive interview and it becomes perfectly clear. The consummate professional, shows why she has become a favorite among coaches, teammates, and fans. (14’)Scott ParkinsonWhat does Gotham Head Coach Scott Parkinson think of Imani and what does she bring to the team on and off the pitch? His answer will surprise you! (10’)Alex MorganSticking with the professional theme, SD Wave forward Alex Morgan talks about what makes a good road team, the importance of being a good teammate, and how the Wave are improving. It’s always great to hear from Alex! (46')Challenge Cup WinnersNorth Carolina stars Abby Erceg and Carson Pickett talk to the media after their Challenge Cup Final win against Washington Spirit. Where can the league grow, how can they improve the tournament in the future and more! Abby and Carson are honest and candid. Do not miss their presser!(56’)Episode Links:Follow Imani Dorsey on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/imdorsey/Visit Gotham on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gothamfc/Black players for Change - https://blackplayersforchange.org/black-out-stories-imani-dorsey/The Black Women’s Player Collective - https://www.bwplayercollective.org/NWSL Game Changers with Imani Dorsey - https://youtu.be/0BClk7tjSdADon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California - https://www.youtube.com/c/MissionCaliforniaMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.Original Broadcast Date: May 14, 2022Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Imani Dorsey, Mike Kowalsky of NJ/NY Gotham FC, Emma Vanderhyden of San Diego Wave FC.Women’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
On this episode we’re exploring women’s football in the Concacaf regions of Latin America & The Caribbean with guests Club América midfielder Amanda Pérez-Murillo and founder of FutbolAce.com Ana De Souza.Plus there’s a subplot! Both guests share their experience of stepping outside of their comfort zones on the way to success.Club América midfielder Amanda Pérez-Murillo stops by to share her football journey. What was it like to play in her sister Veronica’s shadow and how did she emerge as her own player? Plus, Amanda gives us insights on how playing in different leagues has helped shape her as a player and as a person. This inspiring young player also gives us an inside look at the popularity of Liga MX Feminil. What makes this league so exciting and why are fans showing up in droves to Aztec Stadium? You do not want to miss this interview! (6’)Founder and owner of FutbolAce.com Ana De Souza stops by to give us an update on all things Concacaf. Who is going to win the U20 WWC in Costa Rica? Which teams should we be watching and who are the up and coming players to watch? Ana gives us the answers.Plus we talk more about the upcoming Concacaf W Championship Qualifications and the Concacaf Finals that serve as qualifiers for the 2023 Women’s World Cup and 2024 Olympics. There’s lots of things happening in women’s football in Concacaf and Ana is here to help navigate us through all the news! (31’)Episode Links:Follow Amanda Pérez-Murillo on IG - https://www.instagram.com/amandaapmVisit ClubAmerica.com - https://www.clubamerica.com.mx/femenil/Follow Club America on IG - https://www.instagram.com/americafemenilVisit Futbolace.com - https://www.futbolace.comFollow Futbol Ace on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/futbolacemediaFollow Ana De Souza on:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theanatronTwitter - https://twitter.com/theanatronfcListen to Veronica Pérez on Episode 33 of Women’s World Football Show - https://wwfshow.com/2015/01/11/perez-en-la-casaDon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California - https://www.youtube.com/c/MissionCaliforniaMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.Original Broadcast Date: April 10, 2022Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Amanda Pérez-Murillo, Damon Wilson, and Ana De Souza.Women’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
The women’s game is vibing all over the world – and boy do we need it!Regardless of where you are, you’ve probably been enjoying a women’s soccer tournament. Women’s football is on display in places like the USA, England, Ireland, Spain, Africa, Mexico, Asia – just to name a few.On this episode, we take a spin around the world to check in on everything from the inaugural Arnold Clark Cup Competition in England to the Concacaf W championships to the Algarve Cup, SheBelieves, and more!And searching for those good vibes we need so desperately in today’s crazy world. We find them at the USWNT camp with head coach Vlatko Andonovski and young stars Sophia Smith and Emily Fox.Plus, we sneak into a few California training camps (the perfect place to find those good vibrations!), as we hear from San Diego Wave FC forward Alex Morgan and head coach Casey Stoney. Then we head north to LA to catch up with Angel City defender Ali Riley and head coach Freya Coombe.Vlatko Andonovski - 11’Emily Fox - 12’Sophia Smith - 13’Freya Coombe - 32’Ali Riley - 36’Casey Stoney - 44’Alex Morgan - 47’Episode Links:Concacaf Women's Championship Qualifications - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022_CONCACAF_W_Championship_qualificationArnold Clark Cup - https://www.arnoldclarkcup.com/SheBelievesCup - https://www.ussoccer.com/shebelieves/cupDon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission CaliforniaMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.Image by: Patricia La BellaOriginal Broadcast Date: February 28, 2022Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Aaron Heifitz at US Soccer, Lisa Goldberg and Amy Chastain at Angel City FC, Noah Gold at San Diego Wave FC.Women’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
We’ve all experienced times of uncertainty, stress, anxiety, depression – especially in these days we’re living in. From elite professionals to the youth levels, the mind can sometimes be the biggest opponent. On this episode we’re taking an in-depth look at this subject with our featured guest, sports life coach and host of Alpha Girl Confidence podcast Shay Haddow. Plus we hear from NWSL Golden Boot Winner & USWNT striker Ashley Hatch and Olympic Gold Medal Winner & Canada goalkeeper Stephanie Labbé.Shay Haddow is a sports life coach, podcast host of Alpha Girl Confidence, and author of She the Confident.Shay works with young female athletes to empower them to live and play confidently and she’s here to share all her knowledge with us. (13’)How has the 2021 NWSL Golden Boot winner Ashley Hatch overcome adversity to play confidently and have fun even under adversity? She lets us in on her secret! (9’)In her first press conference since announcing her retirement, Canada Women’s National Team goalkeeper and Olympic Gold Medal winner Stephanie Labbé takes questions from the media. Listen in as Steph talks about her retirement decision, the importance of her teammates, the dissing of CanWNT by FIFA, and more. As usual, this role model does not disappoint in her statements. (40’)Episode Links:Alpha Girl Confidence podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-alpha-girl-confidence-podcast/id1447169587Get Shay’s book “She the Confident” - https://www.amazon.com/She-Confident-Mindset-Advantage-Athletes/dp/1676894888/ref=asc_df_1676894888Watch the full Stephanie Labbé press conference - https://youtu.be/v0SNSiyyfVc“Labbe: A Story of Depression, a Bronze Medal and the Power of Resilience” by Michael Farber - https://olympic.ca/2019/01/28/labbe-a-story-of-depression-a-bronze-medal-and-the-power-of-resilience/Listen to Stephanie Labbé on Episode 145: https://wwfshow.com/2019/05/05/episode-145-stephanie-labbe/Listen to Ashley Hatch on Episode 106: https://wwfshow.com/2017/10/02/ashley-hatch/Don't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission CaliforniaMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.Original Broadcast Date: January 23, 2022Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Shay Haddow, Lyndsey Cabanilla, Aaron Heifitz at US Soccer, Richard Scott at Canada Soccer.Women’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
After a season of turmoil and controversy, the NWSL is looking forward and so are we? The future of women’s football depends on it.On this episode, we look at the many changes in the league with soundbites from many of its biggest stars and future stars.We also take a look at the 2021 Expansion and College Drafts, the 2022 NWSL preliminary format, and an update on all the coaching changes (get your pencils out!)Soundbites in this order:Ashlyn Harris & Ali Krieger - 8’Erin McLeod - 22’Kim Björkegren - 34’Naomi Girma & Marleen Schimmer - 46’Jaelin Howell & Savannah DeMelo - 51’Zsannett Kajan & Tinaya Alexander - 54’Amanda Cromwell & Sean Nahas - 1:00’Kris Ward & Laura Harvey - 1:08’Plus, a look at the NWSL 2021 Expansion and College Drafts, and more!Episode Links:https://www.nwslsoccer.com/nwsldraftMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.Image Graphic by: Patricia La BellaOriginal Broadcast Date: December 28, 2021Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Angel City FC PR manager Amy Chastain and ACFC VP of Player Development & operations Angela Hucles Mangano.Women’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 198 - Features an exclusive interview with Angel City FC VP of Player Development & Operations Angela Hucles Mangano.The year 2020 is one we’ll never forget. But through it all, one ray of light was cast on women’s soccer fans when it was announced on July 21, 2020 that Los Angeles would get an NWSL team. Angel City FC was founded by an investor group that consists of actresses, athletes, influencers, and former USWNT players, including our guest Angela Hucles Mangano. On this episode we explore the quick successes of Angel City FC, as well how they are already changing the landscape of women’s football in America, the player-focused programs they’ve implemented, their first player signing of USWNT star forward Christen Press, and moreNot the flashiest player on the USWNT in the mid 2000’s, Angela Hucles was known for her super-sub status, steady play, and going about her business in a quiet, unassuming manner. Since retiring from play in 2009, Angela has continued her influence in the women’s game with the same attributes - behind the scenes and in the broadcasting booth. Now as VP of Player Development for the most-anticipated team in the NWSL, Angela stops by to share her experience with the club, their player-focused programs, what it’s like to work for a women-owned franchise, and more.As the NWSL struggles in the aftermath of controversies, firings and dismissals of front office staff and head coaches, Angel City FC looks to be a force of change and progress. How are they already doing this? Angela Hucles Mangano is here to share it all with us!Plus, a look at the NWSL 2021 Championship Finals, and more!Episode Links:Learn more about the Player 22 Futures Program – https://angelcity.com/blogs/news/angel-city-fc-teams-up-with-california-community-foundation-to-help-retired-nwsl-greats-secure-their-futurePurchase your ACFC gear and help the players – https://angelcity.com/collections/special-collections-p23Angel City FC Supporters Groups – https://angelcity.com/pages/supporters-groupsAngela Hucles on Women’s World Football Show:Episode 88 - https://wwfshow.com/2016/05/02/angela-hucles/Episode 72 - https://wwfshow.com/2016/12/19/nairn-pascoe-hucles/News on NCAA Womens’ Soccer - https://www.ncaa.com/sports/soccer-women/d1More WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.comListen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.comOriginal Broadcast Date: November 15, 2021Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Angel City FC PR manager Amy Chastain and ACFC VP of Player Development & operations Angela Hucles Mangano. Women’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 197 - Features Soundbites from USWNT Legend Carli Lloyd; USWNT Head Coach Vlatko Andonovski and Defender Andi SullivanTuesday, October 26, 2021 USWNT hosts Korea Republic at Allianz Field in St. Paul, Minnesota. It was a historical night because it was the final game in a USA jersey for Carli Lloyd.With a career that spanned 17 years, 315 caps (second most capped player in world soccer history behind Kristine Lilly), and 134 international goals, (third in USWNT history and fourth all-time in world history), it's only fitting that we dedicate a whole episode dedicated to Carli Lloyd – through her own words.This episode gathers highlights of Carli's final press conferences with the national team and soundbites of her WWFShow interview from 2015. What was her first camp like? How will she influence the next generation of players? What's next? Carli answers all these questions and more. If you're a Carli Lloyd fan, you will relish this episode! If you're not a fan, you will be after listening to Episode 197.We'll also hear from USWNT Head Coach Vlatko Andonovski and Defender Andi Sullivan.Episode Links:Carli Lloyd on Episode 34 - (air date Jan. 25, 2015) - https://wwfshow.com/2015/01/25/carli-lloyd/Watch Carli's final speech - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JVlFGQQAkADon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California
Episode 196: Amy Sayer

Episode 196: Amy Sayer

2021-09-2847:49

Women's World Football Show, Episode 196 - Featuring Amy Sayer, Australia Women’s National Team and Stanford University Midfielder.Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Amy Sayer came up through the national team youth system, playing for the U17 and U20 Australia Women's National Team. Starting academy play at only 11-years old, Amy was picked up by Canberra United of the W-League at just 14-years old. She then joined her hometown team Sydney FC before making her senior Matilda debut at Tournament of Nations in 2018 against Japan.After graduating high school, Amy brought her game to America where she's playing and studying at Stanford University. Now she's embracing American culture (yes she has a hunting license!) and improving her game to be the best she can be on the pitch and off. She talks about her role model Lisa DeVanna, Women's World Cup 2023, and more! Amy is part of the future of the Matildas and you do not want to miss this interview! (8')Follow Amy on IG @amysayer_Episode Links:Amy Sayer on Episode 132 - (air date Oct. 7, 2018) - https://wwfshow.com/2018/10/08/episode-132-amy-sayer/Beattie Goad on Episode 154 (original airdate Sept 8, 2019) - https://wwfshow.com/2020/06/01/episode-172-susie-petruccelli-jackie-gutierrez/Teagan Micah on Episode 131 (original airdate Sept 24, 2018) - https://wwfshow.com/2018/09/24/episode-131-teagan-micah/Don't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission CaliforniaMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.Photo Courtesy of: Sydney FCOriginal Broadcast Date: Sept 27, 2021Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Amy Sayer and Tyler Geivett, Associate Director of Communications at Stanford AthleticsWomen’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 195 - NWSL Season 9 Update featuring Founder of WomenKickBalls.com Jackie Gutierrez; Plus Press Conference Soundbites from OL Reign Head Coach Laura HarveyWe’re checking in on the NWSL with Founder & Editor at WomenKickBalls.com Jackie Gutierrez. Plus, Laura Harvey is BACK in the league & she addresses the media for the first time as head coach of OL Reign.Laura HarveyAfter over a year away, Laura Harvey is back in the league and back at the Reign as their new head coach. We listen in to Laura’s first press conference since returning as she discusses how she’s changed as a coach since her stint in Seattle, the team she’s inherited, was returning to the Reign in her plans all along? It’s great to have her back and you’ll hear why! (6’)Jackie GutierrezExperiencing some NWSL FOMO? Fear no more! Founder, Writer & Editor of Women Kick Balls Jackie Gutierrez is here to help us get dialed in! The 2021 season has been filled with major headlines and breaking news. If you missed any of them or want to learn more about all the coaching changes, the existing and future expansion team and more news, this is the interview for you! (20')WKB website: https://womenkickballs.com/Subscribe - https://womenkickballs.com/subscribeLearn more about Jackie https://womenkickballs.com/aboutFollow WKB on SocialFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/womenkickballs/Twitter: https://twitter.com/womenkickballsIG: https://www.instagram.com/womenkickballs/Episode Links:Laura Harvey on Episode 192 of WWFShow - https://wwfshow.com/2021/06/21/episode-192-laura-harvey/Jackie Gutierrez on Episode 172 - https://wwfshow.com/2020/06/01/episode-172-susie-petruccelli-jackie-gutierrez/Don't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission CaliforniaMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.Logo Courtesy of: National Women's Soccer LeagueOriginal Broadcast Date: August 29, 2021Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Tara Rhoades, Director of Marking & Communications at OL Reign and Jackie Gutierrez, Founder, Editor & Writer at WomenKickBalls.comWomen’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 194 - Tokyo 2020 Olympic Gold Medal Special, featuring News Anchor at 660 News Calgary, Sports Journalist & Women’s Sports Advocate Sandra PrusinaOn this Olympic Special Wrap-up episode, we welcome long-time friend of the show and news anchor at 660 News in Calgary, Sandra Prusina to talk about the historic gold-medal winning Canada Women’s Soccer Team.We couldn’t do this show without Sandra Prusina as we explore the Gold Medal-winning run of the Canada Women’s National Team.With Sandra’s expert analysis, we take a deep dive into the team, the players, the coach, the program, the atmosphere in Canada, and also why we feel so great about Canada’s win – even from other countries. It’s a unique moment in time and the Calgary native is here to share it with us. (6')Follow Sandra:Twitter - @sprusinaInstagram - @prusinaonairCheck out Sandra’s work at 660 News Calgary – https://www.660citynews.com/author/sandra-prusina/Episode Links:Janine Beckie on Episode 168: https://wwfshow.com/2020/04/06/episode-168-janine-beckie/Karina LeBlanc on Episode 164: https://wwfshow.com/2020/02/16/episode-164-karina-leblanc/Stephanie Labbé on Episode 145: https://wwfshow.com/2019/05/05/episode-145-stephanie-labbe/
Women's World Football Show, Episode 193 - 2020 Tokyo Olmpic Special - Featuring soundbites from Megan Rapinoe, Becky Sauerbrunn, Crystal Dunn, Vlatko Andonovski, Desiree Scott, and Shelina Zadorsky.Vlatko AndonovskiThe USWNT manager talks about his Olympic roster. What went into his selections, such as Julie Ertz, Tobin Heath, and Carli Lloyd. The coach also talks about some of the attributes he looks in his players, the biggest challenges of the tournament and more! (13')Megan Rapinoe, Becky Sauerbrunn, Crystal DunnUSWNT stars Megan Rapinoe, Becky Sauerbrunn, and Crystal Dunn sit down in a press conference presented by the International Olympic Committee. And we have all the highlights for you from this very spirited conversation with three of the biggest names on the squad. (22')Desiree Scott and Shelina ZadorskyThe veteran Canada Women's National Team defenders share journey to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, their past Olympic moments, the youth on the squad and more. (54')Episode Links:Diana Matheson game-winning goal in the 2012 Olympics - https://youtu.be/FlE9zCiWYEIDiana Matheson on Episode 67: https://wwfshow.com/2016/02/21/diana-matheson/Beyond 90 USA preview: https://beyond90.com.au/team-preview-usaDon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California - http://www.mission-california.comOriginal Broadcast Date: July 7, 2021Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.Additional assistance for this episode by Aaron Heifetz, Richard Scott, Vanessa Rancine, FIFAWomen’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La BellaWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
Episode 192: Laura Harvey

Episode 192: Laura Harvey

2021-06-2101:10:05

Women's World Football Show, Episode 192 Features exclusive interviews with USWNT U-20 head coach Laura Harvey and youth soccer coach Scott McDoniel; plus soundbites from former USWNT head coach Jill Ellis, & USWNT stars Becky Sauerbrunn and Kristie MewisOn this episode we’re exploring women in coaching and leadership with some of the best coaches and players in the game. And take a look at some of the programs being implemented right now at different levels from US Soccer to a local St. Louis youth club.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 191 spotlights The Soccer Show with former professional goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer and founder of Beast Mode Soccer David Copeland-SmithWhat do you get when you mix a former professional women’s soccer player with one of the world’s most renown trainers in the women’s game and throw them in front of a camera and have them comment on FA WSL game highlights? You get The Soccer Show!Haley Kopmeyer and David Copeland-SmithHosts of The Soccer Show stop by to talk about the YouTube show that is changing the way we look at the FA WSL. Former Reign and Orlando Pride goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer has teamed up with the founder of Beast Mode Soccer David Copeland-Smith for an informative and entertaining highlight-driven show.The two also discusses why the FA WSL is so popular, who are some of their favorite players, their take on how to really grow the women's game and more! On their own, these two are knowledgeable and insightful. Together, they are taking coverage of women's football to another level! (21’)Plus soundbites from Gotham FC midfielders Carli Lloyd and Jennifer Cudjoe; and from Portland Thorns FC head coach Mark Parsons and Adrianna Franch.Episode Links:Watch The Soccer Show ~ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkQsN_FD5o78E0gYZmsyF7bSHjO36GCpZWatch Just Women's Sports on YouTube ~ https://www.youtube.com/jwsFollow on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/beastmodesoccerhttps://www.instagram.com/hkopmeyer/https://www.instagram.com/justwomenssports/Follow Haley Kopmeyer on Instagram @hkopmeyerListen to AJ interview Haley Kopmeyer on Episode 171 ~ https://wwfshow.com/2019/07/28/episode-151-jen-hoy-haley-kopmeyer-chloe-logarzo-ally-long-megan-rapinoe/Listen and subscribe to our friends at Game of Throw-Ins podcast on Spotify and Soundcloud. Follow them on Twitter @GOTIfootball and Instagram @gameofthrowinspodcastDon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California ~ http://www.mission-california.comOriginal Broadcast Date: May 16, 2021Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited & produced by Patty La Bella. Additional assistance for this episode by Haley Kopmeyer, David Copeland-Smith, Maureen Cornley, NWSL, Portland Thorns FC, NJ/NY Gotham FCWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 190 features an exclusive interview with NJ/NY Gotham FC and Ghana Women’s National Team midfielder Jennifer Cudjoe.Her story is an original – a tale that is seldom told of a youngster from the Western Region of Ghana who developed a love of football and a dream to be the best! Very accomplished on the international level with the Ghana Women’s National Team, Jennifer Cudjoe had a desire to play amongst the greatest players in the world and set her sites on America. In 2013, the young midfielder came to the States and played for a few colleges, as well as various WPSL teams throughout the country.After a successful open tryout, Jennifer caught the attention of Sky Blue FC head coach Freya Coombe and her dream of playing professionally in America has become a reality. Plus, we hear from Freya as she shares her thoughts on Jennifer and what she brings to the team.But Jennifer isn’t done. Her lifelong dream of winning championships and continuing to hone her skills is still paramount in her heart. In this episode we talk to Jennifer about those dreams, plus we learn more about women’s soccer in Ghana, the Black Queens, and more. If you are as obsessed about Ghana women’s soccer, Gotham FC, and Jennifer Cudjoe, you do not want to miss this episode! (14’)Episode Links:Follow Jennifer Cudjoe on Instagram @jennifer_kaka_cudjoe13Listen to Episode 178 featuring Ghana striker Grace Asantewaa, Woso Maniacs, and Coach Sumani Basirudeen - https://wwfshow.com/2020/09/21/episode-178-grace-asantewaa-woso-maniacs-sumani-basirudeen/2021 NWSL Regular Season Schedule ~ https://www.nwslsoccer.com/news/article/nwsl-announces-full-2021-regular-season-scheduleListen and subscribe to our friends at Game of Throw-Ins podcast on Spotify and Soundcloud. Follow them on Twitter @GOTIfootball and Instagram @gameofthrowinspodcastDon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California - http://www.mission-california.comMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.
Joanna Lohman has taken all the lessons she’s learned in her 16-year career and hundreds of stories from professional women soccer players and produced one of the most anticipated books of the year. Here to talk about Raising Tomorrow’s Champions, which she co-authored with Paul Tukey, Joanna share with us the process of compiling all the stories in this book, how it was inspired, and much more. Despite never winning a championship of any kind, Joanna has redefined what being a champion means from her days with the USWNT to becoming the first Washington Spirit player in the team’s history to ever have her jersey number retired.Win a Copy of Raising Tomorrow’s Champions by Joanna Lohman and Paul Tukey!When: From April 13, 2021 to April 27, 2021How: Simply go to @wwfshow on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram & reply to our contest post with “I Want to Win!” If you’re not on social, email patty@wwfshow.com with “I Want to Win” in the subject line. Your name will be placed in a drawing to win one (1) copy of “Raising Tomorrow’s Champions”Episode Links:Visit Joanna’s website – https://joannalohman.com/Listen to Joanna’s WWFShow interview from 2017, Episode 96 – https://wwfshow.com/2017/04/16/lohman-arnold/Learn more about Raising Tomorrow’s Champions and get your signed copy! https://rtcsoccer.com/book/raising-tomorrows-champions/
Women's World Football Show, Episode 188 features interviews with players champions: Damon Wilson, Founder & CEO of Wilson Management Alliance; and Carrie Taylor, Managing Director of the new North American professional women’s soccer league.For many of us, women footballers are our champions. But when it comes to player support and opportunities, who are the players' champions? On this episode we feature two of the best who have made the advance of women's soccer their life's work.Damon WilsonA former professional soccer player, Damon Wilson has spent the majority of his career outside of football, dedicated to the women's game. As founder and CEO of Wilson Management Alliance, Damon represents women footballers all over the world. He stops by to share his experiences with us, as well as some valuable advice to young player and budding sports agents.What kind of work goes into representing a women football player, especially when there are leagues and teams popping up all over the world. To do it right, there's a little legal work, some psychology, and a whole lot of passion involved. If you ever wanted to know what goes into being a women's soccer sports agent, this is the interview you want to catch! (10')Carrie TaylorIf you've been around soccer for awhile, you recognize the name Carrie Taylor! Famously known for being the first female coach of any kind in the top tiers of modern U.S. men's pro soccer, Carrie was hired by Landon Donavan to an assistant coach to the USL's San Diego Loyal SC. She also served as a technical consultant for the Jamaican Women’s National Team where she helped prepare a three-year strategic plan and budget that was presented to the Jamaican Football Federation.Today, Carrie is heading up the task of bringing a new women's professional league to North America and she's here to share all the details with us! In January, 2021 the United Women’s Soccer (UWS) and the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) announced an alliance to create the new pro league. One of their first order of business, was to hire Carrie Taylor as the managing director of the league. Carrie talks to us about this role, the vision for the league, and next steps. Carrie Taylor is a ground breaker and you'll see why! (46')For links from this episode, visit http://www.wwfshow.com
Women's World Football Show, Episode 186 features an exclusive interview with Australia Women’s National Team defender Jenna McCormick; and Beyond 90 Editor in Chief Cheryl DownesHailing from South Australia, Jenna McCormick made her national team debut in 2019 against a set of friendlies against Chile. She then made the Olympic qualifiers and on her way to Tokyo! But the journey to fulfilling a dream isn't without it's twists and turns. Jenna shares her experiences as a well-traveled player within the W-League and in foreign leagues throughout the world, including a challenging one in Spain.Jenna also shares insights on her recent injury at Melbourne City and how she has dealt with seeking help to deal with the immense mental pressures the game deals even the strongest players. The embodiment of a footballer, Jenna allows us into her life and makes us proud to be fans of the women's game! This is a Must Listen to interview! (7')Co-founder and editor-in-chief of Beyond90.com.au Cheryl Downes is here to talk about W-League! Who will end the season in the Top 4? Which teams surprised this season? And what did the league do right and wrong in the 2020/21 season? Plus, Cheryl gives her thoughts on the importance of Jenna McCormick to the future of the Matildas. (51')
Episode 186: Lauren Silver

Episode 186: Lauren Silver

2021-02-2801:09:05

Women's World Football Show, Episode 186 features an exclusive interview with Jamaica Women’s National Team defender Lauren Silver.National team player, business owner, entrepreneur, and success coach Lauren Silver shares her life story in this inspiring hour-long conversation. From her days at University of Florida to traveling the world playing soccer for club and country, the Florida native gives us an inside look at how she battled burn out, fought her national team federation with the No Play No Play initiative, and on-going quest to become a better version of herself.In 2019, the Reggae Girlz lit the soccer world on fire with their gritty play on the pitch and their courage to face the Jamaica Football Federation. At the helm was their tiny defender who took to social media to call out the JFF and then took action to help prepare the team for the biggest stage in the world. Lauren isn't waiting around for opportunities to come, she's creating her own with the same fortitude it took to stand up to a federation. And she's bringing us with her!You do not want to miss this interview - it just might change your life! (5')
Women's World Football Show, Episode 185 features an exclusive interview with UCLA defender Lucy Parker; with soundbites from Canada Women's National Team midfielder Sophie Schmidt and Houston Dash defender Megan OysterOne of the most exciting collegiate players in the game today, UCLA’s Lucy Parker joins us at a very pivotal moment in her career. Entering her final season with UCLA, Lucy is gearing up for her entry into the pro ranks when she joins Kansas City in the NWSL in the summer.Former UCLA defender and NCAA National Champion Megan Oyster and former University of Portland standout Sophie Schmidt bring us back to their college days and the experiences that shaped them on and off the pitch. The Houston Dash stars also give their advice for the young players transitioning into the professional leagues.
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