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Natalie Portman among A-listers bringing pro women's soccer team to Los Angeles
"Natalie Portman among those launching women's soccer team in Los Angeles to highlight heroes that are women by an m peterson of the associated, press. Actress Natalie Portman and venture capitalist. Karen, Nordmann lead a group that will bring an expansion national women's Soccer League team to the Los Angeles area in twenty, twenty two. The team tentatively named Angel. City will bring the League to eleven teams. Louisville AFC will join the nine current. NWS L. Clubs next season. Portman. Nordmann are joined by gaming. Entrepreneur Julie Erman. The consortium President in the majority female group others involved include actors, evil Longoria. America Ferrara, Jennifer Garner and Ouzo a Deuba. Tech Entrepreneur and Reddit Co founder Alexis Oh Hainian the husband of tennis star. Serena, Williams is the lead investor through his firm initialized capital. Portman Nordmann and urban all have a financial stake in the team. I think it's so important to have role models and heroes that are women for kids both boys and girls to see, and it's just such an incredible sport in that it really is a team Sport Portman, said in an interview with the Associated Press. You see one woman success, and all the others are cheering her on because one woman success is the whole team's success among the founding group are more than a dozen former players, including mia a ham, Abby Wambach and Julie Foudy. Other female business leaders. Portman said she heard Wambach. A former US national team. Forward speak at a time is up event and started thinking about how female athletes are regarded in society. Then she and Nordmann met Becca Rue, the executive director of the US Women's National Team Players Association. We started going to games, and we just got so into it, and it was just kind of a revolution to see my son and. And his friends, these little eight year, old boys at the time wanting to wear their REPEA-, no jerseys and Alex Morgan Jerseys I was like. Wow, this would be a different world. It wasn't unusual to them at all. Portman said there were hints that the group was coming together last year when Portman Gardner Longoria and other celebrities went to a national team exhibition game at L. AFC stadium before the World Cup. The women also reached out to a local supporters group that has been campaigning to bring a team to Los Angeles. The plan is to bring on additional investors as the team takes shape. We knew that there would be a strong and passionate supporters group here to support this and from there it was about. How do we do this in the right way? How do we do this differently Urman said? The group is partnering with the La Eighty Four Foundation. A nonprofit formed after the nineteen eighty four Los Angeles Olympics that promotes youth sports. Angel City also announced its formal support of the foundations play the fund aimed at helping kids in minority and underserved communities. We believe these players need to be playing on one of the best stages in the world, but we also know that we have the power and the platform and the voice to make a meaningful impact in our community. Erm, said, and so it's important for us to do that from day one in the same way that we are building to put eleven incredible players on the field from day one. The NWS cell, which began play in twenty, thirteen was the first professional team sport to return to action in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with the challenge. Cup, tournament, in Utah, the semifinals are set for Wednesday. The official name of the Los Angeles Club and where it will play are expected to be announced later this year. The growth trajectory of the NWS L. is incredibly exciting, but we also need to be strategic and thoughtful about how fast we expand and the communities. We partner with and W ESL, commissioner. Lisa Baird said in a statement Tuesday. We've long sought the right partner in L. A. Considering the NWS L. Fan base that already exists in the region and the massive interest in women's soccer in general.
"julie foudy" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"As we celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the passage of title nine, we welcome one of the legends of American soccer, a hall of Famer, one of the key cogs on the ninety nine World Cup championship team that would do so much to advance women's sports in the US and beyond our old friend colleague Julie Foudy Julie Thank. You for being with us, Jeremy Julius it's kind of impossible to talk about the evolution of Women's sports. Sports in the impact of title, nine forty eight years later without talking about nineteen ninety nine, and I know you talk about it all the time and I know you're asked to talk about it all the time but you can't really overstate the significance of what happened that summer. When you think back to it now. How do you place it in the context of all that we've seen in terms of progress women's sports. You know I I take a long heavy side there because when we were in the moment and ninety nine. We felt, and we were very cognizant of the fact that this is going to be the standard that all other women sporting events this fire to and not just women's soccer. That's right like we're very conscious of. We're in the moment. We're setting the standard. We're doing it in big stadium for doing it national. We're not going. Which is what? Fee for wanted us to do go on the east, coast only do regional tournament play and five to ten thousand seat stadiums. We blew up that plan. We said that stupid. We're GONNA. Show the world. What Women's sports should look like what the standards should be so that people understand the potential that they can tap into right, and so it was really got the in that regard actually us soccer I found out later assumed risk because feet, said no. We're not gonNA. Take on that risk to go to big stadiums and do a national footprint so us. Soccer said okay well. Let's do all that risk we're. GonNa do it. And And so in the moment we felt like. Oh, my gosh, this is going to have a lot. Revolutionize the way people. Invest in Women's sports the way they put on events in women's sports because we had a whole local organizing committee that..
"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Time now to welcome in Julie Foudy to the show, Julie, we missed you last night. You were pretty busy covering the US, France match a where do we find you today? Well, I'm happy to report. My family arrived yesterday today is a day off after I hotel about three thirty AM and I'm on literally on top of the Eiffel tower. Sierran kappa. Hey. It's crazy. Out timing wise when our time has to do the cast, I was like, well, I'm gonna do it from the job then between you. How did we get a signal between you and me a ham? You guys are the best humble braggers, I have ever been friends with, like everything's like. And you're not being leg snooty about it. But it's like humble, brag away sisters humble bag away. Dear I caught the three thirty AM hotel arrival also in that note, Julie, obviously an amazing night on amazing that, hey, we didn't get a chance to hear from you on this podcast. But Kate, and I heard from you on ESPN NFC and for the folks that didn't catch that hit could you just kind of recap off the field like the atmosphere? What the event was like. Oh my gosh. It literally was an and I've either played or covered every World Cup. There's been Kate. You're almost the same, and we've been to a lot of women's soccer matches. A lot of men's World Cup matches. That was an environment. I have never experienced before in particularly for women's World Cup. It was just electric the place was crazy. It was saying Bill have like fifty thousand Americans in their seats about forty five a little over and you probably had about a third of the stadium where American you couldn't hear them at all. It was during the French national anthem flags waving. They're all singing. It was an and then the first five minutes of that maj, anytime, the French even touched the ball, the place would go crazy. And that's why as I was saying last night that Megan repeal goal in the fifth minute was so huge because it totally took the air out of that stadium for France and I had her and the. Same thing in the second half. When she scored in the sixty fifth minute, I think it was. You know they were starting to get a little momentum in that hap- again the stadium was back in it, it was loud. It was roaring and then she puts another goal in. I mean literally my kids were at the game. And they were like mom was in Spain. Like I know. It was some special we just got a witness. It's interesting, you know, to hear her talk about Kate the atmosphere, because we heard it yesterday from Julian Laurent are French football expert who works for ESPN NFC. You know, he's covered games in Paris, his whole life PS g matches French national team matches. And he said, that stadium never been like that on yesterday show. That's that's how crazy it really was. Right. And that says a lot because I've actually been to a PS g match when there was a riot going on. And that Jillian happened to be at. So I think that was for him to say that, that's a testament and with Foudy I mean she's actually experienced it. Do you think any of the players on the US side were actually negatively impacted? I think someone like Megan repeat on Morgan thrive in that moment. Add the added distraction of the Trump tweets I think I'm not surprised Meghan Regino had the night that she did. But do you think any of the other players might have struggled? It's the first game we've seen Roosevelt struggling, I thought and you know, I don't know if that was a consequence of the environment or just the French being good. But I thought you know, for how good she's been this tournament as we've seen. I thought she struggled in that game I thought Tobin heath was a bit quiet, but I, I'm not sure I get the sense. I'm not sure it's the case of atmosphere. I get the sense that this group is loving that. And you know as we've talked about all tournament. They're embracing it and they're fine with it. And I mean for Meghan repay no after the week, she had to put into goals and do it in the fashion. She did.
US aims to thrive under pressure in World Cup showdown with France
"And it is a huge day for women's world cup because the game coming up later on today i think it's three o'clock eastern time here in the states it's going to take place in france obviously in paris it is france against the u._s. we'll have julie foudy from the laughter minute podcast as well as all other world cup soccer accolades besides that podcast i feel kinda bad like i'm shorting julie by mentioning her podcast i although it's her most recent venture and i'm sure it's wonderful but she has scrolling resume of excellence and many other things so that's why she's joining us to talk about this matchup again the u._s. has lost their last through not excuse me they are winless in their last three matchups against france oh two in one and this is going to be the biggest test for the u._s. by far and it's also by far going to be the biggest test for the french because they're dealing with home-country pressure like
"julie foudy" Discussed on PTI
"And I wonder if there, I bet they are disappointed, not winning a bet. They are one in three the beer the Knicks happening coming up. Tomorrow's game against Sweden is the one the USA needs to win and we will ask Julie Foudy agrees and later that Instagram posts from Brett farve saying he's making a comeback, by the way, don't call it a comeback. Ted Leonsis should want Jere. Anybody should the moves? He made this year to win. Anybody should want. Big big game for team USA in the World, Cup's tomorrow. And not only we bring in Julie Foudy to talk about it. We're bringing in from France that we welcome to the program, and we start with this. I called tomorrow's game against Sweden a statement game both teams are into the next round. So how important, do you think it is for the United States to beat Sweden? Well, here's the thing. Tony remember even though the United States our World Cup champions in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen they got knocked out of the Olympics and by Sweden in the quarterfinal the earliest the US has ever gone out, and they've been holding onto that for three years. So they may say yes, we don't need this game. And yes, a winner draw gets us through top of the group. But this is definitely to your point a statement game for them because they have had really a warm up. This is when the World Cup starts, and this is win. They're going to want to say. Here's what this. New team is all about Julie's following up on that. Why is specifically Sweden's such a tough match-up for the US in recent years? They are organized, Michael. They stay compact there. Good defensively, in the US team of old. I would argue was not great at breaking down compact organized defenses and that actually was the lesson. They learned from the two thousand sixteen Olympics, as they need more creative players. That's what the United States was thinking. And so they brought in rose Lavelle Lindsey Horon, Mallory Pugh, some young midfielders with with some pace. And with some technical abilities that are more creative, and this team has been transformed by that group because of that because of that loss, really to Sweden. Julie, the new goalkeeper because all of us remember hope solo and people like that. A listen Nair has only needed to make three routine saves in full games. Is this lack of workload something to be concerned about? It's a good question. Actually, you know the thing to listen air is she has never played in a World Cup before this one. She's been on a World Cup team before. But to your point Tony, she. She played behind hope solo. And so she had she has big shoes to fill. And I do think it would have been nice to get her a little bit more tested, but we've been watching training and I can tell you the keepers they have been running them alike. It's fitness and hitting balls at them. And that's because she's just not getting that in real game. So. It's the one question Mark on this national team on this team right now. Is that goalkeeping position it would have been nice if she got challenged a little more in those first two games for sure a Wilbur on and I used learned a new word yesterday? VAR. We don't exert it stands for, but a lot of. There's been a lot of controversy about the use of the VR, especially in France's win over Nigeria, how do players feel about this eye in the sky that is consulted so often. Oh man. I know that Nigeria game I the thing is the a little bit of back story to it is they had it in Russia for the men for the first time and then said, oh, we're probably not going to bring it in for the women's and a lot of players. And a lot of women were like wait what you've gotta bring it to the women's World Cup..
"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Know, I did my celebration and then went over to the bench, and they all just kinda did the did the little clap, which is fun. But, you know, those, those team celebrations are fun. And that's what they're all doubt gentlemen. I cannot say enough good things about the fact that they're trolling, everybody that had something to say about their celebrations last week to the thirteen nothing. I really love it. I mean I. We, we all I think, we're in agreement that forgetting the amount of goals because there is a goal differential that matters. It was the way they celebrated they celebrated amongst themselves. They didn't do anything in the face of their opponent zero issue with it, but they got a lot of clapback for it, and I love their little golf. Clapping answer to it. Back at people continue to answer by winning go into Thursday's match up with Sweden in a pretty good position where even if they draw in that they would still advance as the winners to move on from each group, they would be the one seed advancing from this group right now. Carli Lloyd becomes the first person to score and six straight women's World Cup games. She got her first start of seven lineup changes for the, we talked to Julie Foudy earlier the amount of people, they've been play in the turnament, so far could be huge for them as this goes later on listen the way this has played out for the US women seem has been absolutely perfect. They get a huge run of goals in some would say whatever goal differential matters. So they're plus sixteen in the goal differential, the first two games. And now in a game that they don't have to win. They get a chance where they can be tested and that will be a really good thing for them to truly find out who the let's be honest with all due respect, the title, Chile, they're not gonna tell us how good the women's team Sweden might be. Yeah. They aren't even even Julie told share in that, that they haven't been tested where she thinks the weaknesses could be on the defensive with an inexperienced goalkeeper trae said they don't have to win yesterday. Do I need those points in the? US. Coupling..
"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I gotta find a new way to introduce you every day. Eight Markgraff, I'm Sebastian sell Assad. And, and we are joined also by another US international legend Julie Foudy, who live with us for the first time from France. The last time we saw her during our preview show, actually the last time we saw her Kate was with champagne glass in hand and mbacke Ganda bag at on sportscenter look Julie. I'm impressed by you. Right. Podcast co on your published author, but you go on sportscenter with champagne in a bag at I mean I mean, the carbo load of music. Thank you. Cute scarf on, and I would have been very French. It is it is the home of champagne. My friends, one must actually tag pieces with champagne. That's mandatory. When you come to a Ron's capital journalism with Jay from our, our one and only, Julie Foudy J. So julie. I will. I'll start with this. You've covered World Cups Olympics. You've covered special Olympic, so like big global events. Is there anything noteworthy or different or special about what you're experiencing so far these days in France? It was it was awesome actually to, to, to hear. I actually flew the, the night that France was playing over here. But you hear all the stories of the enthusiasm and the craziness around that French game in Paris, in our little town of Rum's rhymes, if you're American rounds if you're French is starting to bubble up because the Americans are coming in. There were some Norwegians here the other day, so I haven't been outside of our little town much. But you can see that the enthusiasm is building for sure. I'm jealous. I got a little bit this little bit. Are you seeing a bunch of the US players out and about Fouts? Yeah. They, it's nice because it's got a lot of I mean it's just like Bristol, Connecticut here. Really, it's really like it. Is there is there a lot? It's enough cute. There's a lot of cute outdoor cafes. And. Coffee shops. And, and you know like. K we've never been in that last group. And so never had to wait as a team this long. And it I can't even imagine I mean, obviously, we remember how much you just wanted to get that first game out of the way and feel good about it and gain some confidence and keep going and get the party started. But this is a lot of waiting and you're watching, and they're watching the French team play really well on that home opener. So they're sitting on that as well. And the possibility of meeting them in the quarter. So it's, it's a lot of coffee. I've seen them. I've seen them quite a bit sitting around town. Just trying to kill the time to me is the most interesting kind of dynamic around this way, does that they've had to see Kate everybody else play and in some cases, everybody else particular team. They're worried about play really, really well, right? I think France did more good for themselves in terms of. Kind of psyching up not out. That's not the correct word the United States more than the victory. They had against them in January when US played France in January. Right. And these are two teams that could face each other in the quarter-final, if they finished how we predict them to when they play them in January, France was amazing. But they also were informed in season. So they were in shape, US was not. And they had a lot of players injured. So they've always been on a fallback like we weren't at our full strength. But then when you watch France do what they did the South Korea and do it. So easily for ninety minutes are the only team that's put together a ninety minute performance that gets in your psyche. A little bit more, of course, resilient and strong Bill to handle it. But I think if anything it makes them dial in and focus a little bit more in practice. 'cause it's like we gotta be already, there's gonna be no like lackadaisical. Nece USA, of course. So opening up agree. Go ahead. Julie? Yeah, I agree. And it it it's sharpness. Right. You go. Okay. They're not rattled by that home opener. They're looking good. We got to be on our game..
"julie foudy" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"She said, listen, we're gonna come in with a plan. We're gonna come in and minimize any distraction. We don't want you worrying about where your parents are where they're sitting how they're getting to the game. Right. So she to the point where she sat the parents of the family down, which was the best thing she ever did free on their own basically said, if you if you have questions about this, you go to this person, if you have questions about this you go to this person if you have question. About this you go to this person. You never go to your child as we did the same thing. That's good job, doctor Dr. That's right. My parents at one point all of a sudden I heard him like whispering to each other. When we were having one of our family visits, and they're looking kind of nervous, and I was like what's going on? And they're like nothing nothing. What what is going on? So number collegiate vote we're supposed to talk to issues too. I was like oh my God. I started cracking up. Just tell me they're like the place where we're staying is being overrun by red and said we're in need. Again, Ford directly staying at our house where we train and I just started cracking up. But I said not my problem. That's right. Under the great distractions is family, and they mean, well, right. Like, totally me. Well, and it's like, hey, I lost my pass. And I don't want to bother you. But I'm not sure how to get in. Now. You know, it's like like, oh my God. Because on Suzy's never been to a game. And so she's not she didn't know she needed the past. Right. And you know, all of that. So it's play. It's the greatest playground for them in the biggest job, you know, opportunity for you. So you don't realize too. I think as an athlete going into the Olympics. Because obviously we had never been in one. The thing that blew me away is if you if you said if you were like boarding an airplane, for example, and we were with the national team in we're in our gear. Right. And they'd say, oh, you know, who are you guys in in the past? We would say over the US national soccer team. They like, oh, that's awesome. But if you said, we're the US Olympic soccer team there were. They'd sing the national anthem to you the whole plane would break out and standing ovation. There was this patriotism around the Olympics. And that were that I was like holy cow. Oh my gosh. That adds a lot of pressure is well because everyone wants a piece of that quick break to talk about her eight week, online course, where we pull back the curtain.
"julie foudy" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"And that was scary for sure and it took some years to feel like you were fine. But again, I think that's the beauty of team sports. You're in it with a group that's feeling similar a similar way in. So you can share that amongst your your peers in understand that you're not alone in that regard. And they can help you through it. So we did a bunch of work. I was fortunate enough to work with the Olympic volleyball team from the last quad and the women's team. And so there's two ways to approach the games as you will recognize this you can approach it as if as if it was the biggest game in the world, right? It's a circus innovate self. And there's nothing like it. So prepare for that. Or you treat it as if it's another game, right? And the the boundaries don't change the consequences. Don't change fill in the blades. And how did you go into the games which way did you take it just going to say which way did you take in? Okay. So you're not gonna change your answer right now. I know my answer could so I took it as we approached it. It wasn't just a Mike driven initiative, but we approached it as okay, the ball's gonna stay the same the same number of people on the court and the boundary of the same. You know? So let's play this one play at a time. Like, we know how and then we had a contingency like we plan for what it was going to be like to have more family members at the game than any other family. And what's it going to be like to have more cameras, and we built in a plan for the family members? Right. And so we had a structure in our day. It was a wakeup food movement training. Rehab rehab and then nutrition and then games games at night. And then on off days every other off date. We'd have a fan some family time for hunting. And that was it. So we scheduled the tollway. So that's how we went out. Right. And but I want to tell you a funny story that work didn't work quite right? So anyways. So that's how traditionally approached it. But it is a funny story, wait hanging on the dog to tell you my story until you tell me. This this right promised to tell your story. I won't come back with. Yes. So we approached it. With a combined approach like that. But more to the side of treat it like, it's a circus and be prepared for the circus. Right. And have to your point have a plan in place for how to deal with the distractions because mind, you we had never in the ninety six Olympics. That was the first time women's soccer was ever admitted into the Olympics in within Atlanta. It was in the United States in. So choline hacker who played the role of Michael J race for our team. She's amazing..
"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And ESPN app of Jan rider to soccer Dow in the groups announced for the two thousand nineteen fee for women's World Cup, which will take place next summer and France and the United States gets a favorable drawn. They will be in group f with Chile Thailand in two thousand sixteen Olympic silver medal is Sweden ESPN. Saccharine analyst Julie Foudy sports center with Mike leaves? Let's talk about this group f draw. What are the chances bet team USA, when's this group chances are good, actually, Michael? But the one team in that group, which is always it seems in the US group is Sweden. They actually have been in the US group the last five World Cups now. And the reason that this is such a challenge is we? Saw the two thousand sixteen Olympics. When Sweden actually knocked out the United States in the quarterfinal mind, you Michael the United States had never lost in a quarterfinal match. They had always made it to the medal round of the Olympics or the World Cup and Sweden did it with a compact defensive unit that was super organized, and it's the earliest the US has ever gone out. So this is top of mind for them. I would even argue they changed the composition of the US team. Because of that game. They got more creative players that can break down those compact defenses like Sweden did against them in two thousand sixteen that Robert runs a little deep especially in American spot when it comes to losing to Sweden, Julie. Typically, the winner of the group stage will get the easier matchup in the knockout stage, but you don't necessarily believe that team USA would get that. If they won the group. Why not? Yeah, it's interesting. And and what's also interesting is Sweden in the US game isn't until the third game. So as soon as they come in both with six points. Right. The winner of that group f would play Germany or they're gonna play. They're going to switch over to being they've played Germany, China or Spain. And if they win that game and around sixteen then possibly could face France. So I think actually the second place out of group f is.
"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sweden ESPN saccharin list. Julie Foudy sports center with Mike leaves? Let's talk about this group f draw. What are the chances that team USA wins this group chances are good, actually, Michael? But the one team in that group, which is always it seems in the US group is Sweden. They actually have been in the US group. The last. I five World Cups now. And the reason that this is such a challenge as we saw on the two thousand sixteen Olympics when Sweden actually knocked out the United States in the quarterfinal mind, you Michael the United States had never lost in a quarterfinal match. They had always made it to the medal round of the Olympics for the World Cup and Sweden did it with a compact defensive unit that was super organized, and it's the earliest the US has ever gone out. So this is top of mind for them. I would even argue they changed the composition of the US team. Because of that game. They got more creative players that can break down those compact defenses like a sweet did against them into thousand sixteen that Robert runs a little deep especially in American spot when it comes to losing to Sweden, Julie. Typically, the winner of the group stage will get the easer matchup in the knockout stage, but you don't necessarily believe that team USA would get that. If they won the group, why not here, it's interesting. And and what's also interesting is Sweden in the US. Game isn't until the third game. So assuming they come in both with six points, right? The winner of that group f would play Germany or.
"julie foudy" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"To three at the world cup one more semi final coming up on wednesday but on tuesday was france with a one nil win over belgium brands becoming the sixth team to reach three world cup finals it's their sixth major tournament final only two teams in europe have more at being germany well out in front with fourteen italy has nine france now has six they move into the final espn analyst taylor twelve i think when you look at this group of players and this is the youngest group that a french national team has ever brought to a major tournament to a world cup and when you look at this meal they really believe in what they're doing but they also have a chip on their shoulder what i mean by that is i was there in the stadium in paris when they lost the two thousand sixteen here paean cup final to portugal it almost seemed like from that moment they said you know what we need to get back to a major tournament final i don't disagree with that i think this is francis all right so if it's france's world cup to lose than oo do they want to win between croatian england i don't think it matters i really don't i think they're that confident now you're asking me who's got the upper hand between england and croatia i still think it's the english because gracious played what a two hundred and forty minutes with two games going kicks i'm not sure they can recover in time to try to do that for a third time but when you look at the french national team i don't care who they care about anything nothing all right so legs and lungs croatia so you pick england to win that and go to the cup final against france is that what i'm hearing i do i do but i remember looking you right the is saying russian you've looked at me with this work in your face and said russia's going to beat spain and then you also told me you were going to take croatia so basically i'm telling you whatever i pick take the opposite he could take france when they're playing in that part of the world france has reached the semifinals of every world cup on european soil for which it has qualified since nineteen eighty two they beat belgium one nil on monday moving into the finals of this one it was the seventy fourth meeting between these two teams france has won all three world cup meetings the most against a single opponent in its world cup history so france gets either croatia or england in the final on sunday final taking place on sunday the other semi coming up on wednesday sportscenter allnight espn radio and the espn app you spent nine years in spain but cristiano renaldo is on the move real madrid says he is leaving julie foudy and casey keller are espn soccer analysts so is having some issues actually i think he wasn't quite getting along with the president their foreign chino peres had promised that he would get a pay raise neymar was making more money messy was making more money that pay raise never came and he was feeling like the club didn't want them and i think that's a heart and he even said after they won the champions league most recently said that a very good time at this club which is when everyone started to suspect oh interesting you're saying that in the past tense there are some issues here so i think it was he felt like it was time to move on and wasn't sure he was completely appreciated for the talent which we've seen for many years now think about that four champions league's four balladur's meaning the best player in the world and that's only at nine years at real madrid he has had a really good time the numbers are off the charts check this out he's the all time leading score and row madrid history over a goal per game during his career that's just ridiculous one point oh three goals per game average more than twentyseven teams had in europe's top five domestic leagues last year casey you've instances like what does this mean from you the ventas perspective i think you saw that number with two champions league titles they they've been so close the last couple of years and they've won seven league titles in a row they need something.
"julie foudy" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"The shell pennzoil performance line to talk to to time people women's world cup champ an olympic gold medal is also a part of the great ninety nine team that resulted in the epic and icon ick brandy chastain goal that we're all celebrating the anniversary of today foudy does that feel like it was more recent or further away than it actually was today like it was when i when i heard nineteen years and it's like come on weak maybe not own count on my day how many years i've been retired and i had to go to like my toes julie we're just making everybody happy we're peaking the light here i want to ask you a little bit about today's match up a belgium came into today's matchup scoring in an alarming clip and then couldn't get anything done was that because of some failing for belgium in your mind or because france was just that good defensively i think i would i give the credit to france i don't think belgium played his best game ever they looked a little lake he tired but france you know as you were playing in that clip we were talking about is you know you know belgium broadens them some americans in particular that right hand side they got so much talent even coming off the bench bench and he was fighting all and he's really within dangerous crosses and france was organized and paying attention to the small details and those are the things that matter in a semifinal cup especially as you get to the last twenty minutes when you're just dead dog tired and they were better in that situation and they ended up getting a set piece goal off a centreback france did catching you know some some poor marking at the near post but it was it was a great goal by them and they held on talking to julie foudy it was belgium's first defeat of any kind since a friendly defeat back in september twentieth sixteen against spain france was still the favourite in here but that's an incredible run what do you think exactly went wrong for them here that they had done so right in other matches leading up to this well they had in roberto martinez a coach had you know created this run that was his run when it came on in two thousand sixteen he's known as a master tactician and worked with us for many years at espn so we know his brain well and so he created the built with this golden generation that had so much promise really good team but today i you know that's where i give credit to france there key players which are their front three mkaku who's been so good as term tournament whose quiet you had kevin to boina who everyone knows of course was meant city who was quiet and has our was on that frontline did some dangerous things but i give french credit for saying we're gonna utilizing some of their key players they have a ton of talent up there so i would say it was probably because france was the better team rather than a lack of something that belgium to that drew a lot of conversation after today's game about a blown call when belgium was on the offensive and had what looked like it'd be good a good scoring opportunity on the whole how would you rate the officiating for the world cup so far i you know i been a fan although it has drawn a lot of debate of the video review and the only thing that drives me batty as this is on the rest is that they have been consistent with the.
"julie foudy" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"The field so greening and as walked when you walked from the tunnel which is really dark you go out into this brilliant midday sun and it was just incredible even on television the game had a kind of technicolor quality i was in high school then a big sports fan who liked to read box scores of her breakfast but i never seen anything like this what we're seeing clearly transcends towards the us women's national team seem to be playing for more than world championship in three short weeks it has become the hottest story of the summer exceeding all expectations it was playing for a place in history and perhaps for a way to change history how would i like to bid in fine i'm julie foudy former captain of the usa women's soccer team two time olympic gold medalist fabulous shower singer there was a a real recognition and we were very cognizant of the fact that there was something greater happening beyond just you know individual accolades or even the group being successful as a whole is that there is almost a movement in hand of the power of a team coming together but to have a lasting impact to turn this moment into a movement they had to win the cup in the final the team play china to a scoreless draw through regulation after thirty minutes of overtime both teams since still failed to score the game would be decided by penalty kicks there is a lot of pressure here you never wanna to come down the pk's because it's really there's some skill involved but it's a lot luck as well.
"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The shootout to get it rose six shot we're not we're not having this conversation so that was a great wrister are on the upper a top shelf right side to keep it alive and then lemerre davis and sealed it people are talk about this yeah it was unbelievable julie foudy are espn element correspondent was on your son show first and last and she talked about what an amazing about this was for them to be in that moment everything out ally chocolate shopping up to six shoot out and her being able to drag big and so calmly put that away 20yearold goalkeeper matti rooney do in as well as she did it is a goal it's just i was in a smiling because i though the emotional toll that was a canada videos has taken on nafta and i talked about earlier on this isn't the time discuss of another you said that the shootouts but it is exciting and secret rusher hubs of fleischer on that for now from the goaltender sign obviously the shooter side as well is matt is on you it's one thing through the course of play to make a play or not make a play but when it's all on you you have the puk no one second the puck from you know you have a opened skate to the to the goaltender there's a goaltender gotta make that stocks there is something to that i do understand the excite matured i'd rather see him play it out but poor the pressure the one on one pressure there is amazing well julie foudy knows that as well as anyone because she was part of the ninety nine us world cup soccer team that beat china one nothing at the rose bowl in that world cup final at and went to a shootout and of course brady chastain right oh yeah infamous leia it gets the game when he goal they're in that shootout so she knows that pressure very well by the way just just so people understand what a big deal this is a janssen the former speech gaps yeah i went through so many trials and tribulations finally winning his gold medal is a friend of mine he texted me a while we're on the air and said buddy was at the us canadian gold medal game today one of the most exciting games of anything i've ever been to and then he sent me video uh in the text of.
"julie foudy" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Sports said hello there nomore more groveling seventeen year old boy him ism olympic champion with a dominating performance in the women's snowboard half pipe in her first olympic competition camp this crushed her run he had two of them that we're good enough to earn the gold medal he was of peace to the competition but don't take my word for it here's another gold medallist the american jaynie anderson ties crowley old unbelievable and so impressed by pera i kind of had no doubts he would come near and when the goal fat i know a lot of pressure and a lot of handle and the fact that she just put it down first crinan got a ninety three and then to come back on her victory lap and our battling says foul impressive that was during the embassy chatted with julie foudy on televisions sports center in the nba monday night golden state was as dominant as chloe tim herself crushing phoenix won twenty nine '83 and a breakup a long grind during the season warriors head coach sleep perlit some of his players do some of the coaching explained i think as a staff were pretty consistent with our messaging i felt like it was better shas thanh conduct playing the players figure things out and and do things on their own in mice foists might as well be by my voice them so as bettered it but i did considering all the college board number fourteen north carolina over notre dame 20th wang thranked west virginia knocked off tcu and the number one women steam yukon beat fourthranked global my goal here coming up tuesday was the newel calves domination of the celtics beginners walk plus will have all the ways for the winter games in south korea ongole going oh tuesday six eastern espn radio espn into.
"julie foudy" Discussed on espnW's The Trifecta
"Are we talked to julie foudy she's a fascinating example of if you give people the opportunity to care about women's sports they will and and her great story of them pushing for the world cup to be played in giant stadiums they were in a giant traffic jam on their way to the metal lands complaining about the traffic when they realize the traffic was for them eliminates or it out a ninety thousand persons stadium love that story and it's you gotta gotta give them a chance emily's find the traffic when i realised for me for me and i don't think that has happened yet one day i like to tell myself that when i'm on like the cubs parade bustle thank you for coming out celebrate all our season reporting on the gums men were akbel right exactly oh that i was on the bus totes amazing to totes sacramento kings assistant coach nancy lieberman also basketball hall of famer was on the sporting life with jeremy shop this morning and she had a story about fellow basketball hall of famer alonzo mourning coming to realize the importance of title nine in a way that we often hear i remember being in his knee in two thousand that inland stay in australia and we were waiting for the winning team to come back to the hotel others doing the tv and alonzo mourning with standing with me and he had just gotten back from the birth of his daughter it was a really surreal moment he was seeking me out in the lobby and he grabbed me and he goes nancy i need to talk to you and i go along pill which wrong he goes i just had my first daughter an unnamed her sydney because of the olympics he goes.
"julie foudy" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"Which is different than yours what and how is this company interacting however we growing uh how is the ceo thinking about the business how is he thinking about his employees were her employee's um and and that's you can leadership and i think you get a lot of owner ability of visiting those places and out encourage everyone to read her book and i know she talks a lot about empowering women but if you've listened to a few of my shows you've heard me reference representation project and how important it is to understand both sides if you're man or woman if your man i would encourage you almost more than the women to read this book uh and the representation project has two films out on netflixing the mask you live in talks about over stimulation of masculinity for young boys at an early age and our wire frames them to uh for sports film um music all that kind of stuff and a basically explains why a sometimes we act away we do an an on the women's side the film is called misrepresentation am i s s than representation touch more about gender disparity in the challenges associated in a traditional patriarchal or male dominant culture um and and that's at six especially why why enjoy this no other some other notes obviously perseverance for her being a part of the ninety nine women's world cup team um that really change the landscape for women and sports until you've listened to a former guess of mine venus williams as as she was an activist for uh the wage gap between men and women an julie foudy done a lot of.
"julie foudy" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"The different people from different generations that are like so jealous it's young people it's people that are my aides that we're watching that world cup the ninety diners team our brandy chest and ripped off her shirt and and celebrated and people now who watcher on espn um she's just a she's just up a glowing light of energy and of success happiness and positively and i hope you guys enjoy our conversation it it meanders from here and there and anna i love chatting with her so here it is that's what she said that's what she said so happy to welcome in former us women's national soccer team captain and superstar i already gave you all the accolades it's my girl julie foudy thinks and what made time for me fowdie keep going fainter yeah well i said earlier so you'll have to listen to hear me let's start with their day today so you just released your first book congratulations it's called choose to matter being courageously and fabulously you you were doing the thing on gma and now you're in my city in chicago for our big espn w summit and tell me about your day tell me about the book i'm an author by the way i am an author bowed down fowdie so as of on could trump just you know i think you day with great robin roberts is in the book and she was fabulous enough to um and the gma folks to have me out there to launch hits on may this morning show we did that and then i hope that a plane and came to to your fabulous sitting which i love which is a little bit chilly as notts but yet spring has not psbr no but um but yeah it was super exciting cause.