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"jill ellis" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

06:58 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"Air Palmer Brown Anthony Robinson Richie La- desma Alex Mendez. Yanez one of. Those last guys the desma Mendez Janas in Soto's guys we need to lock into the US system. So hopefully at Greg. You know doesn't do them dirty brings them. Love the call love the call and Anthony. Robinson I like I like him can't tell you why necessarily. But I'M I. You can't bet he's got you can't speed. Yes. There he's much better. One of the big MACs on him was his positional awareness before but I I watched him play for Fulham this year he looks and for Whigham last year I mean he's definitely gotten a lot better still young but he's definitely got a lot better on that. You walk through our back four again right now it's not Canon Brooks Richard Richards desks right now who I have. I mean. You Got Yellen. MEAZZA. I I was high may ask for a while. You'd think right now I've got Richardson in Brooks as are. You based. And maybe are our starters period although you gotta throw guys like Aaron Long in there. There's some other ones as well but yeah we'll be interesting him marine play. He is definitely projected to be right on the sort of line I personally think there's no way he should be there other than maybe just haven't experienced guy on the roster. I. Guess I can understand that I mean there's no way he should be playing minutes Ross right now no way. No Fence Demery But. So there we go. Nine we got. Nine, and we need we need a nine and A. Yeah. Gave Game. Changers we got game changers. Don't you worry? That just needed nine? Things and that's all. That's all we need those just like we need like early Holland and. Bring US Mataya licked. That'd be great. So yeah. I don't know when the roster comes out. It's got to be annexed few weeks I suppose. But Watch for that. US is going to be playing games. Got The kids playing I'm excited last headline here. So there has been a big push in the last couple of days among the MLS media types here in the US there's a big push for Jill Ellis to be. Named the new coach of DC united. Obviously. Should be the first woman to to coach MLS. So this would be following the departure of Benson who you know has gone after like what? Fifty years as a player and then coach of of DC United So the question is, what do you guys think of this Jill Ellis has the candidate for DC, United Larry knows a ton about this whole idea of like slow integration of Stream doesn't head coaching role since then professional sport. Like. A Great Job The NBA zone, an awesome job of it I mean we have. We have one here. Lindsay gottlieb is one of our one of our assistant coaches and she's been great I will say this you have to have. A. Very. The guys have to be open to it. You know what I mean like if there are like. In the Yugo back ten years and you tell you know the guys at Melissa, the guys in the EMBIID. Hey. We're GONNA, have a woman as your coach and they're laughing at your face but like I think now like read a where. You know there's mutual respect amongst the knowledge of each game I think I think. I mean I think she'd be great but you can't deny pedigree and all that stuff but like you guys have to be open to it because. Just like any coach like if if you bring any coach in the guy is the team is open to it. It's not gonNA work. was there. was there an acclimation process with the? There was yeah. Lindsay Lindsay for the first little bit. She didn't awesome. Donald. Just kind of like. Not, coming in and you know tell us what to do right away and you know just kind of forming relationships first and that was great and so now like you know, we respected as a basketball mine of course that we still do. But now we respect her as a person as a all that stuff. So like you're out there you're you know she starts speaking near like you're you're not looking at her as like Oh. This is my willing coach speaking this just like coach your coach, right? So she did an awesome job of of integration. Yeah and so I think it's it's certainly doable. But the team's gotta be open to you can't have. You can't have. You can't bad seeds in there because they'll ruin the whole locker room just you know. Just as A. I mean that's just a whole team dynamic thing that I can go down a rat hole but like yeah, I think she'd be great i. mean they clearly need something. So why not shake shake things up and no better time to start in the now right? They clearly do need something. So you cannot resume. I can't disagree with you on that. You know two World Cups I mean let's not nothing. So I'M GONNA disagree though in the sense not is as Woman I. got no problem with that I? Think we're hopefully I think most people are if they're not passed it the GonNa get past it soon if they don't. Get. Left behind but so not as a woman but as a coach I`ve I've? I've had some questions you know about her personnel management voter tactics you know the US team, the US women's team were They're great and they won they want to World Cups, but they were the best team in the tournament, I. I. Would Argue both tournaments and so perhaps that may have massed some things. Perhaps I'm like just leaning too far in on the fact that I'm still pissed off that she liked didn't play my girl Lindsay Haram that much in. Viewers such a little bitch about that was such a outspoken proponent of Lindsey her I, think of the words that you're looking for and I was very disappointed in Ellis not playing her more but I also thought she leaned on some of the you know some of the older players a little too much didn't including you know. Not Giving her an younger player enough. I. Don't know I. didn't I didn't really I wasn't over sort of odd with some of our but you know that's just sort of I guess is subjective decision and she did win the World Cup two of them. So I can't argue there we'll see I I I would have no problem if they if they hired her I just throwing in the maybe ambitious being devils advocate here Monkeys Barstool Sam Takes Devil's advocate role female coach in mls. I know you get listen. This is a minefield. You GotTa Watch it. It's a mind..

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"jill ellis" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

06:29 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"All right guys Sam's Army episode two, point sixty four we are back get some juicy headlines to discuss. We got three even juicier matchups this weekend that we'll get into. But first let's let's bring in my distinguished colleagues here. Number one we got Larry. No seriously, take yo ass to the polls nance junior high do Larry. Doing good man. The polls register. Take US pools. Don't vote in fake ballot boxes in in San Francisco or wherever the hell s going on Yup. Be Wary those yeah. Call out we we we had a forty five minute discussion about geopolitics before jumping on this call while we're waiting for for Mikey. So we were we got we have politics on the brain right now. We did we solved we solved literally the pursuit of of. The pursuit of happiness we we've solved that love life and the Ministry of everything. We didn't record it and I don't remember anything. So it's a very unfortunate very unfortunate. You know we'll spare you. We'll figure it out again Who else we got Mike Fowler. Mikey. How is being the world's leading Mo instagram picture poster going on at this point I don't understand that's coming from really. I could pull up your recent instagram posts in. Go through some of the capital's listen you are artistic I will give you that you're an artsy guy. But he's got email got an email twist to it i. think that's that's the brand. All right strong brand strong brand everybody check him out on on instagram advocate just entering sad boy season now. So I think we're doing very sad and They got merchant everything with this early early fall said boy season. Thank you. Okay I'M GONNA next week I'm going to bring up some I'm going to bring up some of your police bringing three captions and High Shear fucking. Oh All right we'll get to that later we'll get to that later for now, we will start with. Let's get back to soccer headlines we've. Talked about it we got. The Big One project project big picture as it's being called so. This is the plan to essentially overhaul the primarily there's hauling the biggest would be overhauled biggest changes to the properly ever since it was started back in. Two hundred and ninety two or something like that longtime ago. So I'll give you the bullet point version and then we'll discuss sort of the pluses and minuses. So they're going to or what what this would do is reduce the size of the League from twenty to eighteen teams it would knicks the make believe cup in the Community Shield just get rid of him. It would mean paying more money or passing more money revenues so to speak from the premier league down to the lower divisions. And? Last but definitely, not least, it would mean scrapping the quote unquote one vote one club in other governing principle the democratic governing principle of the primer league sort of the way it's structured at this point. Which? If you follow the you know. If you look for who the dry who the driving forces behind this, it's going to be no surprises the big clubs. And you know that's who would benefit most from this. I'm now opining editorializing maybe I should maybe I should open the Florida you guys for I would say before you even go any further I'm vehemently against it. I don't have the belief in my heart that Spurs could get relegated at any given moment that it's not. I this would you know take it from about? One percent chance to zero percent chance I think you're right about right maybe even higher than one percent right now. But yes, it would like this would. It's not even what it would do right now it's basically it would be giving the power. To more power than they already have to the big clubs. And what that means down the road. That's what the real troublesome sort of aspects in my mind. Are I mean I like a lot of this plan like there's a lot of good things here like I don't I don't mind the going from eighteen i. kind of like Twenty Two sorta used to twenty them. You know sort of ugly I don't like change. So I kinda. I could give or take the to eighteen teams. I love getting rid of the make believe cup in the Community Shield I. Think they're useless at this point i. Drove lease you've never won. Yeah. Listen don't even want don't want might might might give some extra room for banners I don't know. But that would cut down on the on the fixture congestion, which is a problem. At this point, you know teams like city in teams that are in all the competitions they're they're really hard pressed to. Play the the amount of games they have the last. This is something that I didn't even mention before but the last promotion relegation slot would now be under this plan would be decided by a off. So the first eighteen in seventeen would do would get dropped automatically relegated sixteenth place in the Premier League would play a playoff. With the third fourth and fifth team from the championship I think that's how it's GonNa work or woodwork. And that sounds exciting I mean that's kind of how the Bundesliga does it. Sounds like a like an interesting twist don't mind that at all the more revenue sharing all in favor of that. That's long overdue. They should be giving more money to the the lower levels they absolutely should already be doing that but long story short is they're they're using these there dangling these proposals that actually make sense that I kind of like. And then the wrapping it. You. Know they're using though is to wrap the real thing they want, which is to get basically give the the biggest nine clubs in the primarily basically the big six and who whatever, whatever other three have been in the league. The longest you would have they would have more power in the voting the decision making of how you know just everything of how the League works. What's interesting about because.

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"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"I think a couple of things initially, it was like I actually was surprised because I so laid out as much as you think you laid out it's a you know yourself it's not until they actually in that it resonates. And I think the other thing is I feel like I'm approachable but I also know the head coach. Monica. Sometimes. Doesn't enable people to come and talk openly with you but my hope would have been that we could have had a dialogue about about these things. And so I think that was that was an incredibly challenging period because But in many ways, I understand where the players were stressed anxious playing with a different lineup. Their brand is at stake their victories, the financial component. There's so many things I understand my hope had been we had a dialogue about it but. I think that was. Yeah that was challenging. To deal with and in terms of you know personally just kind of coming to terms with it. Okay. What you've been doing clearly, it hasn't been communicated isn't seen as. What is necessary? And then coming through that. Did you reliable. Probably my parents said you know in terms of talking to them you know I have my spouse you don't want to them out but also my you know my my my coaches in that environment because you know we were all in it together. As much as you know, we shared everything you know almost lies the head coach, but we they very much fell apart of that. Incredibly supportive. How do you manage vulnerability with your coaches when they're looking to you to be the leader? You know like. You're all in it together but certainly, you're the leader of them. And so how do you manage that? Just having this conversation with someone the other day. I was offering to be a mentor to someone I said, because the end of the day you can't crack. You're the leader. You have to be that person that. You gotta pull yourself through with it through and I so i. I don't think you can be. Vulnerable to the point where they think this leadership is unstable. Have to stay strong you have to stay resolute You know I went through my processes of how I was going to address this. And you had their support, but I don't think I I. Think you have to go outside of that intimate personal circle or to to really demonstrate vulnerability is tough to do to your system coach. He's I. Think Their Livelihood depends on your capacity to keep it together. Right So I think that's that's tough. One in in. In a related vein when you're sorting out whether you're going to share publicly your private life. and. You know your public life is global and most people it's not that. Working out like how to share. Publicly. The things that are really private How did you do that? It came incredibly clear that there was someone more important than myself more important than my feelings one put in my ego and that was my daughter and it just it didn't I mean I. It was like boom shot out of account I was telling everybody. I was because I just want to came out then I think it was just. It didn't first second and. I thought about it prior to adopting and Michael How's this GonNa work then no chance I got put that person I never lifers. and. So what does that mean like you you Batman that you're you needed to be clear so that she could understand like that. There's not too lives or how does that? Amount completely tracking the Sarah Yeah. That that she didn't have to be in the shadows that she couldn't be around both her mom's at the same time she couldn't run and call her mommy and her Mama, and the the life couldn't be that complicated for a two year old. Son So yeah. I was just trying to make her path make her as comfortable as possible in her world. It's amazing like the clarity that comes when you really work from love and caring of another person like things get. So cleared on that. Too. Good okay. So The mission doubleclick in one area that we haven't talked about youth sport. And the specialization at a young age and so. It's an easy narrative to say, Oh, you shouldn't specialize. It's harmful. That's an easy narrative. And I'd like to hear your take on it because. To become one of the best, oftentimes, you need to put a lot of work. And I'm talking about relentless nauseatingly focused deep work. and. So one of the advantages of starting early is that you get some of that those are some lots of costs though so. If, parents are listening right now knowing that you've coached the best in the world on the planet. In soccer. How do you WanNa talk to them about specialization? Back, to my parents feed their passion so here's what I say with that. If you've got a kid in all they WANNA do is triple circled around. You can put a baseball bat there you go to basketball there you. And this is what they want to do. Then I don't think there's anything wrong with that kid being so in love with what they do there. That that's what they want to do from the age of six years old. And I think you see that a lot in a lot of countries where there's no options to play the sports. You know in. So I think there's nothing wrong with that but if also their passion is to. Go, pick up the baseball bat or go play basketball I. Think you've you've got to support that. Because yeah, we hear all the statistics and the overuse injuries and you know these things now that these kids are getting shoulder injuries of fourteen because they've been pitches seven or whatever. But I so I don't think I, don't think specializing early. Is the be all end all I again I think you know once you start to reach fourteen, thirteen fourteen and you start to figure out like, okay. Maybe I can't do four things because time doesn't allow me to do four things. Then I think ultimately. The sport picks you. May sound crazy but I played I didn't play soccer growing up when I came here. I was really good field hockey player and was recruited in field hockey. But man I wanted to play soccer. and. So that's I think A. The advice IBM, is feed their passion, whatever it is and allow them to shake this path because listen what we talking less than one percent end up in the pros mean. It really you know it's about their joy and their happiness and you know I think I think probably the more the message I would love to give parents. Man On that Cairo car right home. Don't talk about game just celebrate them. You know because I think that's really really hard. Even when they're not making mistakes that they are still making and. I don't know like. You're right on the car ride home. It's one of the reasons one of the main reasons Kislyak sport as you know. And I'll double click that seventy percent of kids leave sport by the age.

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"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Into coaching soccer. What level would you be inspired to coach? Kosh. Honestly say any level but. I you know I think a little bit when you When you get a taste that nectar but when you get to work with that. Higher level functioning committed. Perfect. I mean the players were amazing. That I think is That would be hard and I'm not saying I would look at the you know the West team but but that level international I still find that exhilarating in terms of. The level of coaching but having said that I think I did Enjoy College coaching. No, it was kind of where I got my start and. You can certainly have a different type of framework of relationships. You know when you're dealing with pros, you're managing contracts and Egos, and it has a different a different feel to him but I think my heart would be the air, but I also think coaching is something that if it was the right fit? Yeah be open to it. In when you're thinking about best talent across the planet. If you could oversimplify what you think they are afraid of like, what is the predominant fear? For Most Of the players You're. GonNa ask you the same question for you in a moment. It's the same but..

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"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

07:36 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"With that show right back into our conversation. So, how'd you manage? So many egos. So many personalities somebody highly talented people how do you manage them and maybe managing isn't the right word, but certainly you've been able to. Create. A way for some of the most talented in the world to work together and to produce a consistently. How do you do? I think there are there's an environment you can check out meeting actually the the physical components of training. But I think You know this is probably something that you take with all the teams I've ever been involved with the people. Players ultimately want to two things I think they want to feel valued and and they will be sense of trust between them. Right? There has to be trust. And I think the value applause coach you can't shape. It's Every time in front of the media, it saying twenty three players, helpless witness woke up our desk is the key to winning this World Cup. It's those messages that you send your players do pick up on it. They beat that drama in some of that is certainly gonNA filter because he I think they believed as well. It's it's you know starting meeting and I spoke many many times it starting a meeting the day after game with visuals all. Our bench celebrating so that they feel that connection it's calling are substitutes reserves game changers not selves reserves. So there's all these I. Dunno ways you can kind of shake that it's even when you do a training sessions making sure every single player has the same information not just focusing on the five starters or you know I'm thinking Basle. Now whatever it's it's making sure every player has accessed insane things studied. That's one way to create this. Synergy. I think the other thing I learned this from a player. When you name that roster that is an instant moment because that's what you're striving to make. They are grinding sacrificing to make roster once you name that roster automatic. A together, you know they feel any and it's the United States they get to represent their country. Sunny is a lot of different ways that way but I think in terms of managing the players again, it's having honest conversations and open conversations. I think one of the things that can destroy an environment winning people live in the gray area like. I'm real big on trying to have people understand and have clarity and goals expectations, responsibilities, I think that's important. I can only imagine that that culture your attention to detail your preparation would bring out the best in you as well. That That would create a way like a cauldron for you or an inspiring culture for you as well. Is that the case or am I romanticized a? Hundred percent I watched my first international final I remember because it was. Athens, Georgia the US team will playing ninety six Olympic final. I remember watching it thinking whole. Gosh this it was intoxicating because. Suddenly. When you play against different countries exposed to different styles in and it's just it's scratches your brain more and so now you're going to that environment not only playing against the best in the world you've also got these incredible. Assets here you want to make sure Harlem maximize. So again, scratching your brain. And I definitely find that I love that man thrive them. When you coach athletes are you trying to and you're kind of force ranking their their assets, their skills do you coach their strengths do coach try to shore up some of their middle less proficient skills and abilities or you trying to like? you know coach the least proficient skills what is your approach? That's a great question I I would say. You you coach certainly coach the strengths because you're trying to position where they're going to be successful in like you know you're not putting. This player here because it doesn't make sense but. Their skill set in their profile but I do think what you try and do in terms of address weaknesses are what are the things that? Will Not Cause the whole to function. That makes sense to it's not specifically working on. You know someone's a technique it's going. Is there sideways on here they're going to be out see the rest of the plate and it'll be able to drop the line. It's coaching something relational to the other players instead of just the individual. All, that's interesting. So Double Click on that. Yeah. Let's unpack that because you're saying, can you make that super concrete like if there's two players can keep their names out of it but like or use them if it's a It's A. Well-documented. Case. yes. Sir. I spent time with with the back line and and you know Becky was A. Phenomenal player phenomenal defender and. Yeah and it was You know it's it's making sure that. For her it's she's doing her part but now can we make sure she's also trying to keep the line connecting to keep the line together and that means she's got read the Cue on the ball. So maybe she's not reading early enough. So now it's K- becky focus on this drive the line. So it's her piece, but it's real. It's related to the entire backline. One of the things that I again learned is is I you know Joe Zimring famous coach. He says he coaches the team and I think when I was younger coach I was trying to drill into more individuals but I think when you're at that level because you need such a an incredible synergy team I think I coached more the team in terms of just the individual. You feel about that as suppose they colleges. Of seen it and like it's one heartbeat. One Mind. And it works when the individuals feel seen an experience you know that they matter because they breathe because they have a mind as well because they have a heartbeat this contributing and there's that tongling between the two where I. I think my favorite approach is that you treat each person independently. different. About. With high standards you know so there's like You and I are different people. So if someone's coaching us like the they're gonNA have to speak to us in a little different way. And at the same time, hold the standard where you're not getting away with things and just because you're a high talent and I'm having to actual do extra work. That's I've seen that play out in the wrong way and is one of the reasons I know that. For me. Seems disastrous because there's just so much back storytelling in frustration from all the others that are not the the one getting the special pass. So. So you're coaching, the team, the team message, the team unit. The wind if you will, but you're but you're spot on hi there are you know when you get to know your players?.

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"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"This is what I should expect. This is what I've been able to do. Therefore, I'm ready to tap handle this task again. I think that some public best as I can say in terms of. Giving them confidence. Yes. I think it gives them a sense of what to expect. They still have to manage that situation. I would agree. Okay. So I love that who taught you that because that's actually strategy that I learned a both from. One. Of. The legends at UCLA. In, volleyball like one of the greatest ever playing coach and then also coach Carroll does the same exact thing and I've asked them where'd you learn it and they're like? No one taught it to them. They're like it just kind of makes sense to be able to figure out the right way to frame something, and then to give them evidence that they can do this thing and it's almost like you're not sure cutting anything there's no shortcuts in my mind at least there's no shorts, but it's giving them frames of reference like this is where we've been successful in the past. This is where you such and such as being able to get this cross or or hold down this part of the field or whatever it might be in that becomes. Almost, like a intermediate step for high performing imagery. Right it's like a step in between Senate saying to somebody hate go imagine it will be great. It's like you're framing it and then you're giving them some past experience that they can hook into. So okay, that's let me get off my boxer minute. Yet. So where did you learn that come from? Again I would say I would echo what they've said I. It just makes sense you know especially now you know back in the day and we didn't have a lot of film and tape and the you know the processes were out outdated now when you have such clear visuals Just reinforces them What was he say it's a it's a learning tool as well. But I think when you're preparing for battle when you're preparing for game you want to. Arm them with these positive images of them, managing those situations and you know even go to the extent of I wouldn't pick a games that were you know blowouts or games against then doing against opponents that are probably lesser than what we're about to face I would find. Examples from games where it's a really good opponent so that then they even reinforces the fact that will that was just that account no, you did it against this seem so I didn't learn it. I think it was just something that you just make sense of framing Actually there's good science to what you're describing because when you're looking at something that's too easy or too hard. There's narratives that quickly filled that space. So if something looks like it's too big, it's like all that's for next year or that's for those types of people to rise to that I'm not one of those or so there's there's a storytelling there, and if it's too small or too easy same thing. So finding that sweet spot, which is probably like. I'M GONNA make this number up like a ten percent four percent margin of variants where it could go either way but you're really bring it. You know like. There's some little small margin in there for sure. Okay. So when you're coaching. Jill you trying, do you put yourself in their shoes like you coming from a place of? Empathy compassion understanding that the athlete is at the center or is it more systems thinking? I I don't know how you're gonNA plug into this. To get this done we need to plug in and fill these holes. No I think the I think the former at the you know if you. If you build a team and you want to harness the asset. So the team. Then, you have to understand the strengths of those players. Some degree the weaknesses of those players and you have to create something that allows that to. To strengthen into grow I mean this is what I would say and I don't maybe I prefer to you on this one, but you know when you get to the top top level. These players on on changing dramatically it's not development I. Mean it's a there's an environment where they can work on things, but they're really established at this point in their careers. So it's more about. not going to try and get that round peg in. That's where you've got a really shape that team in that environment to harness those assets that you want I think that's probably my take on it. Yeah, there you go. Okay. So that actually that goes to the carrying thing as well for you is that you're trying to understand what makes them special and then put them in that position. You're also trying to figure out in detail prepared way to be able to help them. Frame it and see and feel what success would look like, and then you practice against that. Book is an practice. A handful of your athletes this question, what is it like? What makes the US Women's national team? So special I want to show what some of them say but I want to hear how you know I want to hear how how you describe it first before a kind of pollute the coversation. It is a testing ground. It's You know it's fierce. Combative it's. I I would say the intensity and I've had people what should games on television and then they come to a training session in their up close and personal like, wow this because the tempo of everything we do and even as we went through the training session because. Our Transitions Drills, we tried to continue that tempos ribs no drop off in terms of a rhythm of the training because it's maximum intensity on the pitch as we move through things. That's really what it's like I. Mean it's a battle out there for these players every day I feel that they probably feel. Under the microscope, it's not necessarily from the coach it's from there's this. There's ten of the people that want your spot. And that's that's a pressure to perform daily. Yes, they've described exactly that they've used the word excellence cauldron competitiveness. You know like a you'd better bring your a game because it's on and they've also talked about this narrative like there's there's people that are waiting to take your spot which to me sounds like a fear based approach and it's a but it's true. It's true statement. So were you using that I don't know if that came from you or you inherited that approach but Or because was part of the team prior to that but. We is that a good thing like eight. If you're not gonNA try hard enough. There's someone's GonNa take your spot next next person up so You know I think it's a it's a I mean is it a tool? Yes but I think it's something that was inherently culture of that team that sense that you have to prove yourself every single day So I don't think that that's something that you know I certainly wasn't like oh but but when you bring in new players, everything's domestic tried everything sends a message. When you take take a group down the end on starting group, you know there's always these messages and sometimes you can't. You can't see. About every single message you're sending, you got coach, you gotta get these players reading gotta find players that can plants level and execute the the game plan. So to speak so I don't think you you focus on Matt per se but I think there is just this unwritten. Reality that there's the a lot of people who want to be your spot is something as a coach he's out his ten people want better. Deliver is just not my approach but I think business field they they feel that because it's just again part of the fortune. Okay we're GONNA take a quick break here to talk about fun dries. You may have heard for years that it's important to have a diversified portfolio stocks, bonds, mutual funds, that kind of thing. But if you've ever looked at a breakdown of the most successful portfolios, you'll typically see a diversified set of real estate. So. Why isn't it?.

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"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

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"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

06:30 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Let's jump right into this week's conversation with coach Jill else. Jill how are you? I'm great. Thanks very much. It is a absolute joy to spend some time with you. You're a legend in your craft. You've made a massive dent in a sport that so many people in North America grow playing. So many people across the planet one of the number one sports played across the planet and so I before we go on, just want to say congrats on your body work it's significant it's meaningful and I can't wait to talk about it. I appreciate that yeah, I'm looking forward to. Your discussion, he's going to be interesting. And we've got some mutual friends, right? Obviously a bunch of the folks that you've coached. On your team has been part of this funding mastery conversations as well as coach. Val condos from. UCLA from gymnastic. So we got some mutual friends which was always cold. Yeah no I listened to her as. It was great. I was super insightful actually textile crap did a great job. would. Be Painless. Okay. So let's do this. Let's just set the frame because your insights and the way that you. Help people some of the most extraordinary doers on the planet especially in your game of soccer are able to get your able to structure, your coaching and your culture to really maximize their experience and so but the set that stage. Let's go back. I know you didn't grow up in the states. So let's talk about where you grew up what it was like you know what was the dinner table like the whole thing like what was it like growing up and that's just to give us some context. Groping. We spent two or three years in Singapore. My father was military. So he was gonNA lot like home weekends or gone for months at a time. So my mom really kind of raised my brother from the age of six on. And it was Yeah. I mean, it was a competitive. I my brothers two and a half years older than me. So there was a lot of we will kind of like cartoon Tom and Jerry, you know constantly fighting on. I always. We always had some rough and tumble moments, but it was it was a fun. It was a fun time in terms of. Just sports all around. My Dad was coaching as well. Sport was everywhere you know I I ran track and field I did sports at school, and so that was I. think that was my outlet that was something that I truly enjoyed and. I enjoyed school as well but I think, you know mostly it was. It was just truly when my father was home is suddenly just come together and it would be whether it was twenty four hours, forty hours. We would just enjoy those moments together. And so when when he was away, right like how did you make sense of that as a young kid? Home you know, I think it's just seek when you you know you're around a military family. You just stand that that's part of it. My mom was an incredibly strong person. So we we never felt like we have missed a beat. My mom was the disciplinarian. It was almost like the opposite these you know the father, but it wasn't something that I. Struggle with I just remember Friday nights. Sitting in the window sills, we call it in England waiting for my dad's headlights to come through the through the game. It was kind of that moment that it was just so exciting for him to be home and Yeah. Mostly it was something that I. Stress. Stressed about a worried about. Okay and then so what were some of the Let's call it the the gems that your parents pass on to you, and then also some of the things maybe they didn't get quite right. So we're and and this is not bad about your parents you know right. But this is just about the framework whether it was from the neighborhood with that was from the cultural kind of messages things that were reinforced or dismissed in your family. But so what were some of the things that you go? You know my mom did a great job at this my dad's a great job at that. WanNa think I never thought about it. This way I think they fed my passion. You know like I was a veracious reader I. Love to read and every week my mom would buy a book and we want superwealthy family but she would find a way of getting a new book every single week. You know taking me to sports. She used to drive this little old car and we would sit on. This hill and what we are on and these were cold nights. So I just think that they really tried to feed my passion for the things that I enjoyed to do enjoy doing. So from her, it was just a sacrifice I think I saw a lot of and selflessness. Is Monster Alive is she still with your? Yes. Okay and would you say like okay mom? Mom was happy or was it more like you know I just got that mom cared a lot I'm trying to get the main. That mom stood for for you. I think stability yes I. Mean I knew she cared. Scotswoman and they have a very strong sense of pride I can't. I can't remember a lot of hugging know in fact, my mom had cancer a few years ago and I remember her coming through it and it really made her more emotional. We she she almost kind of this release of emotion. So just think my mom was very solid strong a new she cared. And again, she was the disciplinarian because she had to be use to roughhouse kids running running riot. How did those three characteristics play forward in? Maybe. In Your coaching. Philosophy in the way that you animated as being a coach. I. Think you know certainly the the consistency piece you know people would say to me, what makes what makes a great player or great team I think anyone can have those moments of high. Performance. But I think it's consistency and I think what I saw. My mom was a consistency in her. Behavior she wasn't. I don't remember her ever losing it or being emotional. Just a very consistent I. Think I took that on. I remember you know being on the sideline and seeing my Swan my assistant coach being incredibly emotional and I thought to myself. You know if I ever coach I won't be so steady on that sideline that the team never thinks I'm not with them in that moment. So I think you know I tried to as young coach..

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"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

04:07 min | 10 months ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"I have the same when I was in my woods and like everything I've experienced to this point is prepared this moment. Because I just you know through the fact that I've dealt with certain things the show this is maybe a big platform, the realities, trust what's inside of you trust you know what that compasses of that space that you've dealt with things and you've come through it and you know again it's not life or death. Okay welcome back or welcome to the finding Nasseri podcast I'm Michael Javale by trade and Training on a sport performance psychologist. So these conversations, this podcast is alert learn from people who are extraordinarily. Who have committed their life efforts towards the path of mastery to better understand how to make sense of themselves in the world around them. To better understand what it is that they're searching for how they use their mind to excel in life. And that life is either their inner life and or their external life, their craft, and we also wanted to understand the mental skills that they use to build and refine that craft. Now. This week's conversation is with Jill else the former head coach of the women's national soccer team. Joe Legend and if you WANNA understand culture, you want to understand how to create environments that are. Amazing to get the most out of humans and to leave shine on the people that are in it. I mean she definitely has created an inherited in her own words some amazing practices to help people. Become their very best. So Jill understands winning. She is the all time winningest coach in US soccer history. She led the team to World Cup victories in two, thousand, fifteen in two, thousand nineteen and was twice named FIFA world coach of the year thinking about that. World Coach of the year. That's pretty cool now. So she completed her time with the national team with a record of one, hundred, six wins. Seven losses in nineteen ties. Previous to the national team she was the head coach of the women's soccer team at Ucla for twelve years and a few weeks back. I had the fortune of speaking with one job former players Becky Sauerbrun if you having a chance to listen to that definitely check out for sure. And becky mentioned de inherent pressure that comes from playing on the. National. Team. There are so many highly talented individuals that are vying for. So few spots that competition for playing time is through the roof and there's a constant pressure in here to win as well. So we get into that here, how is this pressure that they've created facilitating excellence and not just facilitating winning but something far deeper and far more impactful for the people that are in it, and that's what I wanted to share with you. That's why I wanted to have Jalen. And I wanted to talk to Jill about. You know okay cultures one thing and for the record like the way I think about culture is that it's the artifact of relationships. So, relationships are what make culture. And so I, wanted to talk about with her like case a you've got clarity of what the culture that you're working to create is everyone's on the same page. At least understanding intellectually what it is but then what happens when culture gets tested? What happens when relationships start to get scratchy? When there's irritability and frustration when things aren't going according to plan. And so we get into that as well. So Joe Mentions that consistency as one of the most important factors when it comes to getting the best. Out of the teams and for me, personally consistency starts with a morning routine. And I think you guys know by now how much I love Athletic Greens. But really it's been too for me for so so.

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 Jill Ellis stepping down as women's national team coach

Mark Levin

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Jill Ellis stepping down as women's national team coach

"The US women's soccer coach is stepping down after leading the team to back to back World Cup titles Jill Ellis will resign in early October but will remain with the team to a victory tour this summer Ellis says the opportunity coaching work with amazing women was the honorable life time she has been the US women's national soccer team coach since twenty fourteen only one of two coaches with one hundred victories with World Cup titles and twenty fifteen and just weeks ago else's contract was set to expire but there was an option to extend it through next year's Olympics the World Cup victory tour begins Saturday with a match against Ireland at the

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 Jill Ellis stepping down as women's national team coach

KQED Radio Show

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Jill Ellis stepping down as women's national team coach

"Weeks after leading the U. S. women's soccer team to a fourth World Cup victory coach Jill Ellis is stepping down Ellis has amassed one hundred two wins she's also the first coach in more than seventy years to lead a national team men's or women's to back to back World Cup titles her departure comes against the backdrop of an equal pay lawsuit against the U. S. soccer federation this year's World Cup champions accuse the federation of paying them less than their male counterparts the claim the federation's president flatly the

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US women's soccer team is dominant: How long can it last?

This Morning with Gordon Deal

03:40 min | 2 years ago

US women's soccer team is dominant: How long can it last?

"Lovell the U. S. women's soccer team continues its World Cup celebration but how long can the Americans dominates here's this weekend's Jennifer because shankha the US women's soccer team remains the world's best about the world is catching up how much longer can the U. S. team keep going here to answer that question Joshua Robinson of the Wall Street journal Joshua who are the veterans on this team entering that you cannot miss a discernment was making Latino but she's already thirty four years old you also looking at someone like Carli Lloyd I know she only came off the bench in most games but she's thirty six million icon of fifteen and that the black people like Becky Celeborn also thirty four even Alex Morgan who with the baby faced assassin of this team for so long just played at her third World Cup and she's already thirty so for a lot of the women on this team retirement is beginning to appear on the horizon and you begin to wonder is there another World Cup in them and you know even a year where the Tokyo Olympics and some of the more wonder if they can last that long have there been any hints from any of them about what they might plan to do I think probably Lloyd above all would be the one who's beginning to really think about it at thirty six and not necessarily a key member of the chip coach Joe Loews's plans it it's it could be pretty tempting to to hang it up hang up for groups when she's at absolutely the pinnacle of the game the ticket the other temping thing however is that because of the way the women's international soccer cycle works we're in a period where the World Cup is just a year away from the next Olympics after the Olympics the next World Cup will be three years away so hang on for just twelve more months extremely appealing if you think I could get in this time for Tokyo we're speaking with Josh Robinson of the Wall Street journal talk about the future of Jill Ellis where does he stand on her contract and is she in good standing as the U. S. coach she criticized a lot of this tournament for some of the tactical choices and some of the decision she's made in the way she's managed individual game but you really cannot argue with the results she's a worse she's the only coach in women's soccer history to win two world cups even no one is done that on the men's side even since the nineteen thirties she's also and she deserves a lot of credit for this manage to effectively Rangel beat the egos and personalities on that team and we go there a lot of personalities in that in that locker room but she said she's not here police that and she's let them speak freely and continue to deliver results so her contract is up this summer and there's an option that could be triggered by U. S. soccer or her for another year and that would take her to the Olympics she's been very corny about her future so far has and says she has made a decision it's gonna be interesting to see whether she decides again to go out on a high or roll the dice again in Tokyo and see if she can hold off the advance of the rest of the world one more time Josh was there anything that goes on between now and the Olympics next summer well the first order of business is the US woman returned home is this a three toward they're gonna play I think about half a dozen games between August and October all over the country where they invite some of the best teams in the world to the United States and really they even the adulation of of American fans that'll be the first thing and then they'll resume their normal calendar and start to get ready for the Olympics this weekend's Jennifer because Shinko with Wall Street journal reporter Joshua

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"jill ellis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bit they'll pick it up so don't have to worry about that are we ready but the key is to be presented to the team first of all Jill Ellis and having heard.

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New York City, U. S. A. B. And Jill Ellis discussed on Bernie and Sid in the Morning

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

New York City, U. S. A. B. And Jill Ellis discussed on Bernie and Sid in the Morning

"New York City is planning a huge ticker tape parade Wednesday nine thirty AM for the women's World Cup champs team U. S. A. B. never one Sunday to nothing in Lyon France USA coach Jill Ellis on the way and I think the teams that we had to come through were you know some of the best teams in the world so I think in terms of the path and the level yeah this is pretty challenging and the second one in a row for team

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USA vs. Netherlands World Cup final today

On Being

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

USA vs. Netherlands World Cup final today

"The women's World Cup final takes place today in France kickoff set in about four hours with reigning champion United States taking on the Netherlands Melissa block reports from Leon it seems like a mismatch the top ranked US is played in all eight world cups to date has made it to the final five times and has won a record three titles head coach Jill Ellis said of her team the day before the match their battle tested they're locked on and they're still hungry as for the number eight ranked Netherlands this is just the second time they've qualified for the World Cup but their team has been on a speedy rise in is the reigning European champion if the Dutch pull off a victory against the US it'll be a historic upset as midfielder Danielle invented on told reporters I love being underdogs I don't think they the U. S. think were that good that is going to be an advantage for us Melissa block NPR news legal and I'm Giles later in

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United States, Thailand And Soccer discussed on KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

07:28 min | 2 years ago

United States, Thailand And Soccer discussed on KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

"More of a lot of people are reacting about national team talk. I do wanna get into the men's stuff. We saw unfortunately but start with the women yesterday or two days ago yesterday that was yester-. Yes, sorry, I'm all over the place. They destroyed Thailand thirteen nil. Alex Morgan of Berkeley bear Pac twelve products. We know if you don't like Cal. You like the Pac twelve she arrived for five goals tying women's World Cup record. They demolished Thailand. But suddenly afterwards people were saying, oh, it's bad sportsmanship. It's this, it's that and I'm saying to myself. Wait a minute. You look at the goal differential in the group stage, A B Thailand in qualifying. I think beat a team ten or twelve nothing. And then also see it's the World Cup. You celebrate those goals, but I was not a professional athlete. You were where are you on this? Marv is it legit to be celebrated thirteen victory or to run up the score. Especially when you sub on, Kristen press, for instance, or was this, a bad look for the US you score as many goals possible. No absolute no doubt about it. The fact that there is a goal differential in terms of if there were a tie in records. Absolutely this again rural Cup biggest grandest stage are not nice. We do not have friends on the other team. We are not saying after the game you might say good game handshake. Say good luck. But that's if they're lucky. Otherwise, you, you get off the pitch and you and you get ready for your next game while they have to get ready for the earth. There's no mercy allowed in this sport. Just especially at the. World Cup stage. Absolutely. When I was watching it, though. I did say that they once had scored I don't know some huge number goals game, which is probably four for me. Their celebrations. I was I was a bit taken back on that was like, I don't know. They should be celebrating so hard for the goals. Now. I mean I get it. That's okay. Then, you know, like you've been here before I guess, that's the one part, I was kind of backed off on, but I mean, even meeting all those goals, scored which is to. I didn't really have celebrations involved. I wasn't a big celebrator, but I mean that was the one thing that I would question. But in terms of just maybe they should stop scoring. Absolutely not. Absolutely not. Get that take. I just think it's the World Cup. If you want to celebrate, you know, you've earned that, right? And I also think that it speaks to the greater fact, and I know it's maybe more you and I are more aware of it maybe than the general public who check in every four years on the women's seem like I watch a lot of the women's games. I watch NWS L games. I keep very up on the on the women's game. The amount of pressure that the United States are, are under entering this tournament. It's massive because it's not just the World Cup. It's that the US women are held to a higher standard than any other club or any other country on this planet, and then also it's in light of the fact that they're embroiled in a lawsuit with US soccer. So they're coming out, saying, we deserve equal pay. And also, they lose during that that's going to affect things. I'm not saying it's valid, but the lawsuit also plays a factor in this as well. And they're thinking we need to go out here and show the world that not only are we the best. But we deserve equal pay as well. I think all these things factor in. So for them to have that release of pressure after all this build up over the past couple of years. I thought that was a factor as well. I don't doubt it and I completely one hundred centigrade to you that in terms of saying they deserve to celebrate every goal they score one hundred percent I absolutely believe you because they are under all this pressure at all. If the US women's seem were to win a game by just two goals, they would be criticized. Yeah. And pretty much almost any team by way you barely one push. That's, that's terrible. The players like I mean again being defender talking. It's know. I'm trying to keep the goals out. But if I do my job in the goal is the game is boring because it's just there's no goals. So there that standard to go into all talking about American audiences. Because the more goals equals a better game instead of game play defensive player, what have you? But we're speaking to you soccer lovers out there. You understand. We're also having their whole thing with the US soccer and whatnot. The if they're trying to make a statement and say we deserve what they want to get out of the negotiations. They want and deserve it. I mean, we know this history and if they're trying to really try to knock on their door with performances. They're, they're kicking the door downs. Yup. Even if it is. I would say the US sucker fans for women's soccer were watching this game saw that. And they're going to watch the next game brings Morteza. This brings more is space where love to the sport. The thing that gets me. Marv is that this women's team if I make an apples to oranges comparison, that's lazy sports talk. But they remind me of the Golden State Warriors, because they can come at you from so many different angles. They have so many shooters. They have so many scores and it just seems to be like Jill Ellis confront out, whoever she wants and say, try and stop us and puts teams on the on the back foot immediately. I mean when you're subbing on Kristen press, when you have her to come off the bench and voivode. I'm a huge Chris van she's done. Great interviews with me. She's a Stanford grad, but I mean when she's coming off the bench, one of the elite scores in the world. How do you stop that you cry and corner? Well the thing is this is this is I can only imagine what the scouting report was like for teams going into you just you just see them with a old school. Along that long stick, pointing to a board and you're saying, so here the dangerous people. Well. Okay as well. I don't know where to start basically, whoever has the drawback defend and then try to catch him on a counter. There's just so much firepower. How what are you gonna do? It's but then they also Thailand, whenever they did possess the ball got trust so fast and they lost it. So quick, that there was there was, there was absolutely no room to breathe just with this seven or eight different goalscorers as well. I mean that just makes the whole team as a whole again, as opposed to saying, we have these one or two, strikers, that are dangerous, and we try to get them the ball and, and hopefully they could put in the back today. Instead, it's just good movement. Good. Again. Good shooters pieces were much point. And. I couldn't even tell you about the keeper of the defense. Yeah. I mean, what are you, what, are you gonna do? You haven't even they haven't even been a not only have not been tested. They've, they were probably hardly. They were hardly game. Just powerful. Powerful powerful. Now. It was it was. It was a dominant

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Women's World Cup 2019 draw - What it means for the US team

ESPN FC

02:06 min | 2 years ago

Women's World Cup 2019 draw - What it means for the US team

"Now the draw made today for the twenty nine thousand nine hundred a women's will Cup. And this is the draw for the US women's national team Thailand Tilly and Sweden the teams they've been paid with which you can see the second game against the ties only the third against Chile Sweden. Very familiar opponents. For more thoughts on the US women's group is Jimmy Fallon actually think the US got a really good draw and that group after USA Thailand Chile Sweden. Of course, they have Sweden. They have Sweden practically every World Cup. They've had them. I think for the last now five and six of the last eight and that that is interesting, and that of course, the United States loss to Sweden in the quarterfinals at the Olympics. And so that is very top of mine. And I would even argue it's what changed the development of the US national team and the composition of the US national team because after they lost to Sweden in the quarterfinals the first time a US. Team has ever gone out in a world championship before the medal rounds, they realized Jill Ellis, the coach of the US team that hey, we need more creative players that can deal with a compact bunkered organized defense, which is what Sweden brought a net. Quarterfinal? You may remember from two thousand sixteen at the Olympics. And so this team this US team coming into the two thousand nineteen World Cup is very different because of that loss. So that's going to be an interesting match up. And it will also be the last game of that group. So both teams assuming they both be chilly and Thailand will be coming in with six points. And that sets up another interesting thing because I think if you finish I out of group f you actually have a tough road than if you finish second that's for another day. But it will be interesting how they approach that last game against Sweden and the United States as of other interesting groups from this draw I think actually group a and group group b so Francis group the host. And Germany's group the Olympic champions that came in one the Olympics in two thousand sixteen. Those are the two hardest groups I think group seeing D are probably middle of the road hard..

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"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Here's the guy you saw least on tellers aero he's not only didn't appear the maximum are no obvious punitive see yet understood that what are they doing this this this podcast twitter this stuff so it's counterproductive no it's done matter it in this election that's now who's roads so he went he went straight he told me he's using almost every state bright he meant emit anywhere where it is a murderer trips he went to the member this and he worked that athlete council he won he realized strategically right that he was going to get ex from the associations he wasn't going to get the pro at least not until he got some momentum somewhere else and he made the athlete council believe in him and that too for a federation guy you know to get the athlete council to believe in him on this guy to me i don't know what he did i don't know what he did not room but man he did southern majet because it came out we didn't expect i feel a little on i don't feel so whole right now is going to hoping we would deny selection somehow you you you obviously were privy to speak to him any idea when we can get the new general manager yeah him in dan flynn ceo talked about it afterwards that kind of a joint press conference they didn't lay out a specific timetable the did prioritize the men's gm over the women's jim right now up for obvious reasons because you have to name a coach crash on the women are are kind of in a cycle where they're already rolling towards a world cup jill ellis is in charge on they won't have while nothing's for granted but uh they probably won't have trouble qualifying and they should be an entire just jinxed it did not only be in france xi out loud but they didn't give us very specific timeline but i think they're going to be in there says they are going to be there's some shortlist of candidates already for for this positions are already have a shortlist as hercules on their no no no.

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"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Here's the guy you saw least on tellers aero he's not only didn't appear the maximum are no obvious punitive see yet understood that what are they doing this this this podcast twitter this stuff so it's counterproductive no it's done matter it in this election that's now who's roads so he went he went straight he told me he's using almost every state bright he meant emit anywhere where it is a murderer trips he went to the member this and he worked that athlete council he won he realized strategically right that he was going to get ex from the associations he wasn't going to get the pro at least not until he got some momentum somewhere else and he made the athlete council believe in him and that too for a federation guy you know to get the athlete council to believe in him on this guy to me i don't know what he did i don't know what he did not room but man he did southern majet because it came out we didn't expect i feel a little on i don't feel so whole right now is going to hoping we would deny selection somehow you you you obviously were privy to speak to him any idea when we can get the new general manager yeah him in dan flynn ceo talked about it afterwards that kind of a joint press conference they didn't lay out a specific timetable the did prioritize the men's gm over the women's jim right now up for obvious reasons because you have to name a coach crash on the women are are kind of in a cycle where they're already rolling towards a world cup jill ellis is in charge on they won't have while nothing's for granted but uh they probably won't have trouble qualifying and they should be an entire just jinxed it did not only be in france xi out loud but they didn't give us very specific timeline but i think they're going to be in there says they are going to be there's some shortlist of candidates already for for this positions are already have a shortlist as hercules on their no no no.

majet ceo gm jill ellis general manager dan flynn france
"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Here's the guy you saw least on tellers aero he's not only didn't appear the maximum are no obvious punitive of yet understood that what are they doing this this this podcast twitter this stuff so it's counterproductive no it's done matter it in this election that's now who's roads so he went he went straight he told me he's using almost every state bright he meant emit anywhere where it is a murderer trips he went to the member this and he worked that athlete council he won he realized strategically right that he was going to get ex from the associations he wasn't going to get the pro at least not until he got some momentum somewhere else and he made the athlete council believe in him and that too for a federation guy you know to get the athlete council to believe in him on this guy to me i don't know what he did i don't know what he did not room but man he did southern majet because it came out we didn't expect i feel a little on i don't feel so whole right now is going to hoping we would deny selection somehow you you you obviously were privy to to him any idea when we can get the new general manager yeah him in dan flynn ceo talked about it afterwards that kind of a joint press conference they didn't lay out a specific timetable the did prioritize the men's gm over the women's jim right now up for obvious reasons because you have to name a coach crash on the women are are kind of in a cycle where they're already rolling towards a world cup jill ellis is in charge on they won't have while nothing's for granted but uh they probably won't have trouble qualifying and they should be an entire just jinxed it did not only be in france xi out loud but they didn't give us very specific timeline but i think they're going to be in there says they are going to be there's some shortlist of candidates already for for this positions are already have a shortlist as hercules on their no no no.

majet ceo gm jill ellis general manager dan flynn france
"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Here's the guy you saw least on tellers aero he's not only didn't appear the maximum are no obvious punitive see yet understood that what are they doing this this this podcast twitter this stuff so it's counterproductive no it's done matter it in this election that's now who's roads so he went he went straight he told me he's using almost every state bright he meant emit anywhere where it is a murderer trips he went to the member this and he worked that athlete council he won he realized strategically right that he was going to get ex from the associations he wasn't going to get the pro at least not until he got some momentum somewhere else and he made the athlete council believe in him and that too for a federation guy you know to get the athlete council to believe in him on this guy to me i don't know what he did i don't know what he did not room but man he did southern majet because it came out we didn't expect i feel a little on i don't feel so whole right now is going to hoping we would deny selection somehow you you you obviously were privy to speak to him any idea when we can get the new general manager yeah him in dan flynn ceo talked about it afterwards that kind of a joint press conference they didn't lay out a specific timetable the did prioritize the men's gm over the women's jim right now up for obvious reasons because you have to name a coach crash on the women are are kind of in a cycle where they're already rolling towards a world cup jill ellis is in charge on they won't have while nothing's for granted but uh they probably won't have trouble qualifying and they should be an entire just jinxed it did not only be in france xi out loud but they didn't give us very specific timeline but i think they're going to be in there says they are going to be there's some shortlist of candidates already for for this positions are already have a shortlist as hercules on their no no no.

majet ceo gm jill ellis general manager dan flynn france
"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Here's the guy you saw least on tellers aero he's not only didn't appear the maximum are no obvious punitive see yet understood that what are they doing this this this podcast twitter this stuff so it's counterproductive no it's done matter it in this election that's now who's roads so he went he went straight he told me he's using almost every state bright he meant emit anywhere where it is a murderer trips he went to the member this and he worked that athlete council he won he realized strategically right that he was going to get ex from the associations he wasn't going to get the pro at least not until he got some momentum somewhere else and he made the athlete council believe in him and that too for a federation guy you know to get the athlete council to believe in him on this guy to me i don't know what he did i don't know what he did not room but man he did southern majet because it came out we didn't expect i feel a little on i don't feel so whole right now is going to hoping we would deny selection somehow you you you obviously were privy to speak to him any idea when we can get the new general manager yeah him in dan flynn ceo talked about it afterwards that kind of a joint press conference they didn't lay out a specific timetable the did prioritize the men's gm over the women's jim right now up for obvious reasons because you have to name a coach crash on the women are are kind of in a cycle where they're already rolling towards a world cup jill ellis is in charge on they won't have while nothing's for granted but uh they probably won't have trouble qualifying and they should be an entire just jinxed it did not only be in france xi out loud but they didn't give us very specific timeline but i think they're going to be in there says they are going to be there's some shortlist of candidates already for for this positions are already have a shortlist as hercules on their no no no.

majet ceo gm jill ellis general manager dan flynn france
"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Here's the guy you saw least on tellers aero he's not only didn't appear the maximum are no obvious punitive of yet understood that what are they doing this this this podcast twitter this stuff so it's counterproductive no it's done matter it in this election that's now who's roads so he went he went straight he told me he's using almost every state bright he meant emit anywhere where it is a murderer trips he went to the member this and he worked that athlete council he won he realized strategically right that he was going to get ex from the associations he wasn't going to get the pro at least not until he got some momentum somewhere else and he made the athlete council believe in him and that too for a federation guy you know to get the athlete council to believe in him on this guy to me i don't know what he did i don't know what he did not room but man he did southern majet because it came out we didn't expect i feel a little on i don't feel so whole right now is going to hoping we would deny selection somehow you you you obviously were privy to to him any idea when we can get the new general manager yeah him in dan flynn ceo talked about it afterwards that kind of a joint press conference they didn't lay out a specific timetable the did prioritize the men's gm over the women's jim right now up for obvious reasons because you have to name a coach crash on the women are are kind of in a cycle where they're already rolling towards a world cup jill ellis is in charge on they won't have while nothing's for granted but uh they probably won't have trouble qualifying and they should be an entire just jinxed it did not only be in france xi out loud but they didn't give us very specific timeline but i think they're going to be in there says they are going to be there's some shortlist of candidates already for for this positions are already have a shortlist as hercules on their no no no.

majet ceo gm jill ellis general manager dan flynn france
"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jill ellis" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Here's the guy you saw least on tellers aero he's not only didn't appear the maximum are no obvious punitive see yet understood that what are they doing this this this podcast twitter this stuff so it's counterproductive no it's done matter it in this election that's now who's roads so he went he went straight he told me he's using almost every state bright he meant emit anywhere where it is a murderer trips he went to the member this and he worked that athlete council he won he realized strategically right that he was going to get ex from the associations he wasn't going to get the pro at least not until he got some momentum somewhere else and he made the athlete council believe in him and that too for a federation guy you know to get the athlete council to believe in him on this guy to me i don't know what he did i don't know what he did not room but man he did southern majet because it came out we didn't expect i feel a little on i don't feel so whole right now is going to hoping we would deny selection somehow you you you obviously were privy to speak to him any idea when we can get the new general manager yeah him in dan flynn ceo talked about it afterwards that kind of a joint press conference they didn't lay out a specific timetable the did prioritize the men's gm over the women's jim right now up for obvious reasons because you have to name a coach crash on the women are are kind of in a cycle where they're already rolling towards a world cup jill ellis is in charge on they won't have while nothing's for granted but uh they probably won't have trouble qualifying and they should be an entire just jinxed it did not only be in france xi out loud but they didn't give us very specific timeline but i think they're going to be in there says they are going to be there's some shortlist of candidates already for for this positions are already have a shortlist as hercules on their no no no.

majet ceo gm jill ellis general manager dan flynn france