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On this episode of Las Blancas Podcast, Om Arvind and Grant Little discuss:
- Great Britain’s capacity to go deep in the tournament
- The issues with Chile’s defensive approach
- Sweden’s tactical organization being comparable to club sides
- Kosovare Asllani’s critical defensive role and “double assignment”
- Sweden’s unbelievable structural chemistry
- Lindsey Horan vs. Julie Ertz
- What the USWNT could’ve changed tactically to win [full analysis]
- Are both Peter Gerhardsson and Vlatko Andonovski playing 4-D chess and hiding their hand?
- The Sofia Jakobsson-Hanna Glas overload vs. Crystal Dunn
- Should the US drop Tobin Heath to be more defensive vs. Sweden?
- Asllani’s impeccable transition passing and underrated offensive impact
- Jakobsson’s best performance in a long time
- Quickly recapping the rest of the Olympics action in round one
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Hosts this week:
Om Arvind (@OmVAsports)
Grant Little (@grantlittle09)
Las Blancas (@Las_Blancas)
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