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Las Blancas Podcast: International Break Update & Mailbag; Cardona Magic & “Realistic” Transfers

Spain, Sweden, Mexico all win; are we ever going to sign a left back?

Spain v Poland - UEFA womens Euro qualifying draw, group D Photo by Angel Martinez/Getty Images

On this episode of Las Blancas Podcast, Om Arvind and Grant Little discuss:

  • Azerbaijan 0-13 Spain
  • Austria 1-6 Sweden
  • Mexico 3-1 Costa Rica
  • Malta 0-3 Sweden
  • Spain 3-0 Poland
  • Why Marta Cardona deserves more assists
  • Kenti Robles’ important defensive contribution and defensive weaknesses
  • Sofia Jakobsson’s and Kosovare Asllani’s alternating appearances
  • The Real Madrid Femenino players whose impact is least visible on the stats sheet
  • Differing player roles between international and club sides
  • The gap between the US Women’s national team and everybody else
  • They key areas Real Madrid need to improve on before facing Atlético Madrid and Levante
  • The most improved players in the team from the opening weeks of the season
  • Thoughts on Arancha Rodríguez’s transfer list
  • “Realistic” transfers
  • Who is the dream signing at left back?

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Hosts this week:

Om Arvind (@OmVAsports)

Grant Little (@grantlittle09)

Las Blancas (@Las_Blancas)

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