On this edition of Las Blancas podcast, Om Arvind and Grant Little discuss:
- Quick recap of Barcelona-Sevilla
- The current outlook of the race for the UEFA Women’s Champions League spots
- Is the “every game is a final” talk becoming cheap?
- How to balance rotations
- Real Madrid Femenino forgetting how to control proceedings
- Depor’s brave start to the game
- Explaining why Marta Corredera’s performance can be so drastically different from one minute to the next
- The Depor players that impressed
- Thoughts on Olga Carmona coming on for Jessica Martínez
- Breaking down the first and second goals
- Is Kosovare Asllani fit?
- Teresa Abelleira and Olga as bright spots in the match
- Grant’s Corredera agenda
- The Las Blancas players we stan
- Marta Cardona’s ironclad case for Real Madrid Femenino MVP
- Transfer rumors
- Saturday’s WSL games
- Tottenham’s old coach (now Real Betis’ current coach) taking shots at his old team on twitter
- The — and maybe soon to be diminished — authenticity of women’s football
- Grant giving Om a heart attack and their resulting bet
- The Mente en Blanco podcast will interview Real Madrid TV commentator Arancha Rodríguez on Sunday (March 27)
- And much more
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Hosts this week:
Om Arvind (@OmVAsports)
Grant Little (@grantlittle09)
Las Blancas (@las_blancas)
Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)
Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4)