Service Update: No podcast this week. It’s been increasingly difficult to coordinate three schedules on a weekly basis. Expect the pod to go up every other week from here on out. Other news: We’re adding writers! Over the next few weeks, you’ll see increasing content on the website as we onboard fellow Thorns fans to […]Read More It’s Niller Time!
Schedules were messy this week, so we couldn’t get an episode recorded. We’ll be back next week! Saturday night, the new-look Portland Thorns drew 1-1 against reigning NWSL champions FC Kansas City at the Swope Park complex in Kansas City. FCKC’s Shea Groom (the dirtiest player in NWSL) had her penalty saved by Portland goal […]Read More F*C* KC
And we’re back, with Richard Hamje standing in for Patrick for the newest episode of Riveting! Click here to listen. And now you can find us on iTunes here! This week, we talked about the wage discrimination case filed by five members of the U.S. Women’s National Team, the NWSL salary cap increase, and the […]Read More On To The Next Episode!
Friday, Allie Long‘s hometown newspaper, Newsday, wrote about Allie’s offseason work to get herself onto the U.S. National Team for the Olympics: After last season ended, “instead of taking a vacation, the 28-year-old midfielder and her fiancé, former U.S. youth international midfielder and Molloy College standout Jose Batista, embarked on an ambitious five-month training program.” […]Read More Great Story On Allie Long’s Offseason