In Part One of Episode SIXTY THREE, we recap Coach Tony's trip to Baltimore for the United Soccer Coaches Convention, the connections made and the fact that people are recognizing FTCUTD in the streets. We go into the seismic trade from the Home Team, how the MLS Salary Cap prevents successful teams from sustaining that long term and a brief jog into European action before we go into our first interview of the week with Kim Crabbe, Youth Director of the Wilmington Hammerheads! Ms. Crabbe was the first African American woman called into the US Women's National Team. She tells her journey into the game, the National Team growth from where it was in the 80s to today, and her current role getting low income kids into the the sport! Be sure to lock in on Part Two after finishing this episode!
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