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Episode 35: The End of Chaos
Wherein we discuss the ̶C̶h̶a̶o̶s̶ Challenge Cup, the NWSL preseason in general, and what to expect from the upcoming season.
Episode 34: So Now What?
With vaccinations in hand and the Challenge Cup on the horizon, it's time for another episode of the first and best Portland Thorns podcast!
Episode 33: Brave New World
We're back! In our first episode since the pandemic, we try and define the current status quo, how living in a COVID world has changed women's soccer and how it has affected the NWSL and the Thorns specifically.
Episode 32: It's Getting Drafty in Here
With Richard Budweiser at the helm we discuss the draft, John relates the plot of the 2008 children's film Bolt and Shannan shares a hot tip from a secret informant.
Episode 31: Having Procured One Bear
It's the last episode of the season and we ran long because there was so much to talk about. For instance (SPOILER ALERT) we didn't have such a great run at the end of the season. What went wrong? What changes need to be made in the off season? Who stays and who goes? All of this and more, coming up!
Episode 30: Out of Sinc
The end of the season kind of feels like we all took an elbow to the nose. Join us as we talk about Vlatkoball, the potential end of Christine Sinclair's career (T_T) and Nadine Angerer: Ice dancer? Plus Richard with the attendance report and your questions.
Thanks so much for making a podcast for the Thorns where I don’t also have to sit through a discussion about the Timbers!
I really enjoy hearing your thoughts on the Thorns. One difficulty I have is devoting the hour to listen. If you covered the topics in a more concise manor it might help? Hate to be critical at all since the information you share is valuable. Thanks!
Love it...but are you *sure* you can't find more women to join in the fun?
First of all: I love this podcast. Great and lively stuff, gentlemen.
Second: the jokes and comments about the ironies of mansplaining and all are spot on. You're on the side of the good, and you're thoughtful, and you're appreciated.
But...I'm sure there are great female sports journalists and soccer journalists out there...Right? Let's hear more from them!
And in the meantime, keep doing what you do. You're briliant, in UK and US senses of the term.