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Las Blancas Podcast: Sweden Advance To The Olympics Final; USWNT Fall

Where Sweden rank among the world’s best & what the USWNT need to do to get back on top.

Australia v Sweden: Women’s Football Semifinal - Olympics: Day 10 Photo by Zhizhao Wu/Getty Images

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

  • Why the USWNT failed
  • Does the US need to transition to a new generation?
  • The power shift occurring in international women’s football
  • Which country is the best in the world?
  • Will the old American guard be ready to move on?
  • Christine Sinclair’s class and unselfishness
  • The good and bad of Australia’s tactics
  • The misuse of Ellie Carpenter
  • Sweden’s struggles offensively
  • Australia’s karma turning against them
  • Bemoaning Fridolina Rolfö becoming a Barcelona player
  • Kosovare Asllani’s performance
  • Is Sinclair being deployed in the right manner?
  • What we expect from the USWNT in the bronze medal game
  • The chaos that will be the final Olympic matchday

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Hosts this week:

Om Arvind (@OmVAsports)

Grant Little (@grantlittle09)

Las Blancas (@Las_Blancas)


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