Carlos Cordero, Cindy Parler, Cordero discussed on ESPN FC
Two significant wins that Cindy parler can have. Now, whether that's enough to make anybody change their vote, I think that still remains to be seen, but Sydney parler cones all about looking forward and talking about, hey, you know, what a good job she did during a pandemic and trying to basically manage the federation's finance and carrying a very difficult period. Calls Cordero saying, hey, this World Cup in May 26th, this opportunity being squandered so that's what we're running a game. I'll tell you one of the differences. Cindy parlor cone will do interviews. Carlos Cordero won't. He did a Q&A with Jeff. He never responded to our request to come on football America as you saw from one of our colleagues grant wall also tried to reach out to him, couldn't get him on the record, same for our good friends, total soccer show. There's a lot of people that Carlos Cordero is turning down the talk. I don't know if you can want to be president of something when you want to hide in the shadows. All right, let's get down to brass tacks. You and I were in Orlando. Jeff, for the last one of these. And I think we did a podcast just before and you might have gotten it right. I definitely got wrong who I thought was going to win. Who do you think is going to win this time around? Oh, I mean, everybody I've talked to, you know, that I've said, hey, how do you handicap this election? All anyone will say is that it's going to be close. You know, I think Cordero's got like a built in 36, 40% of the vote constituency there. And so I think a lot of it's going to depend on the athletes council. I think Cindy Paulo cone will probably just shade it, but I mean, this is one of those proverbial elections that can go either way. And I mean, it's going to be fascinating to see how people line up and what candidate they line up behind. But again, we'll know more on Saturday. And it's going to be, especially of Cordero wins. I mean, if he comes back into office, it's going to be interesting to see how sponsors react. It's going to be interesting to see how the women's national team reacts. I mean, they have this settlement, but certainly at least in their public comments, they don't have too many good things to say about Carlos Cordero. All eyes then on Atlanta this weekend as we get to find out who will be the next president of U.S. soccer. There he is, Jeff Carlisle, check out his work.