22 Burst results for "Julie Foudy"

"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"It'd be better for her physically with the us women's national team angels city etc etc. But just more than anything on a personal level for her to be happy for her to be calm about this for her to be at ease with her situation than do it. She doesn't know anything to anybody. I'm thinking about how the pandemic has changed careers. And i think there's a lot of careers you can look at. I wonder if we look back and say that. About kristen presses career because i remember just before the pandemic literally just before the pandemic i was calling. She believes cup matches with julie foudy and at that time you really felt and this is early twenty twenty. You felt that kristen press was probably the best attacking player on the us. Women's national team at that point. And maybe the best if not one of the best attacking player in the world then the pandemic hits i think she lost some of that momentum and if you remember her at the olympics she wasn't a star she wasn't the player that the ball went through a ton and so i wonder if when we look back. We'll say what might have been if the olympics had been in twenty twenty for kristen press because she at that moment to me really looked like she was about to explode now. The other thing that i'll mention here is her age. She's thirty to the national team. Waits for no one. you know. that's the other reality here when you step away from the game. There's a lot of really young talented players in that position specifically is one that needs younger players so i wonder what this means for her future with the national team. Will this be a short layoff long. Layoff we don't know but if it is a longer layoff. I wonder if there's not a kind of a queue of young players who could be in line to take some of her minutes and maybe her position to that to that point. Let me pick one player from the new group. That i think could be a player to watch in these coming games against wind to me. It's a very. it's a very obvious name. And that's mallory pugh mallory. Pugh.

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What We're Made Of: A Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

ESPN Daily

01:38 min | 3 months ago

What We're Made Of: A Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

"Is first of all pablo is a gift of story. It's a reporter's dream julie. Foudy is an olympic and world cup champion with the. Us women's national team and now she's a soccer commentator and reporter for espn. You have a mom who is a scientist who has toiled for decades on something that she believes deeply in and this technology that led to the pfizer and modern vaccine. That's the scientific community took so long to understand to have a daughter who's an athlete who doesn't realize her full potential until later in life and their combined journey and a willingness to grind it out in the best ways and just figure it out along the way has literally changed the world and save millions of lives perseverance. That's pretty much my my life. My family's life in a nutshell and you spend time talking to these two women about their stories that are so intertwined julie there susan francia the daughter of the family in this world class rower defined odds and trying to keep forging ahead even when all sorts of challenges or being thrown your way. So what that's like in sports. My mom has lived at in science lot of ups and downs than you really appreciate those those ups

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"julie foudy" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Kind kind of good type of thing and Empathy i hope. Yeah those are good ones. And who should i have on the podcast. It doesn't matter what industry they're from what they do. They are just someone. I would find interesting. Had julie foudy. I have found as the best ship. That's right you did have. I've actually read that did you have you had If you had a socket yet. No but i would love to. So that's gonna. I think that'll be a wrong. Probably gotten hey. Thank you so much for doing this. This is so fantastic. Talk to you. I could've talked to you for hours longer. But great congratulations on your career. So far you're still young very young though Do you have a dream at all like beyond what if you had the one you can have. What would it be. I'm not very good at that. Unfortunately okay well still weren't gonna yeah good working on the dream. It keeps changing. It used to be to have my own Like kind of late night. Tv show kind of thing. But i think it's it's steve. It's getting a lot bigger. Yeah like steve bear. It's getting a lot bigger to two things that involve big picture. Other people change. As i get older i think is a good sign about me more about we like you said yeah. I think the we is really important when people start to think about things and it makes it more fun. Yeah totally more fun than anything for sure. Oh it's just more fun to be with. Well if you love people. I love people so yeah well. Thank you so much for doing this. I know you're busy and appreciate so much time and for setting it up all right. Thanks a lot. they're good to you. The future yeah for sure at a at a red stars angel city game. Yeah right going. That's what she said. Oh yeah one more thing. This is a place for ransom or raves. Or to tell you to read something. Watch something Check some out. Whatever's on my mind and i think it's quite clear what's on my mind. Go read billie. Jean king's book all in it's out now. What a powerhouse. What a force we. Men women nine binary people as she mentioned. She's led all of us and we owe her a debt of gratitude and we all heard the drive and passion to take up her causes and keep the ball moving in the right direction. Eventually she will run out of time. We need to use our limited time to keep pushing and fighting the way she has since she was twelve years old. For the things that matter. Most what acquaint you can always tweet me at sarahspain. If you've got guest suggestions questions or more you should always go to the. I tunes or podcast. App subscribed it. That's what she said. Was sarah spain rated five stars please and give review. Thanks as always lasting about an hour with me. That's what she said..

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The Journey of a Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

ESPN Daily

01:29 min | 5 months ago

The Journey of a Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

"Juliet is a wild time to be talking. You right now. You're in the middle of covering euro twenty twenty and event that had been delayed due to covid the olympics are also right on the horizon also thrown into flex by the coronavirus pandemic. But you have this documentary feature that. You've been preparing for east sixty. That feels like it sits at the center of this entire messy ven diagram. It is about sports it is about science it is about the pandemic and the olympics and one particular family. First of all pablo is a gift of a story. It's a reporter's dream julie. Foudy is an olympic and world cup champion with the us women's national team and now she's a soccer commentator and reporter for espn. You have a mom who is a scientist who has toiled for decades on something that she believes deeply in. And this technology that led to the pfizer and madonna vaccine. That's the scientific community. Took so long to understand. You have a daughter who's an athlete who doesn't realize her full potential until later in life and their combined journey and a willingness to grind it out in the best of ways and just figure it out along the way has literally changed the world and saved millions of lives

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USWNT Gains Victory Over Nigeria as Olympic Cuts Loom

ESPN FC

02:04 min | 5 months ago

USWNT Gains Victory Over Nigeria as Olympic Cuts Loom

"Going to start things with our good friend julie foudy who joins jones's right now julie. How are you ads. How're you. We're doing great. You're great job silly killing it killing it but we want to talk to you about the. Us women's national team. They played night against nigeria. They got the victory to nil. Until just we're going to check the highlights and get your impressions your opinions on what you saw last night. What do you make of the game. i think it was a little bit of a slog. This will turn it. It was it was caught on purpose. Because it's going to be like that. When they had over to japan and tokyo of course but they did get two goals against nigeria. And that last game. Do you want to run through all the highlights. We do it. Yeah we're watching right now They controlled possession. A lot of a lot of attempts. But we were talking about this a little bit christen and then lynn williams to actually hurt complete. The score to nail will seek guarded. Lloyd involving that play again. That's a very difficult finish christian press. Who's been honestly one of the better players in this one of the better players last night of really good finish And she was active. All night you see. They're making again. Tell us about what you saw last night. Yeah she was lively really active right and then you saw when lynn williams came on the pace right there that we know that lynn williams possesses. And guess who gave you that bowl work. I didn't pratt so i've not kristen. Press actually showed very well in this summer series. Three games and that was huge lynn williams. Because we'll talk about it a little later but then williams is fighting to get into that squad of eighteen which is so tight coming off having twenty-three for world cup to have to then shock that to eighteen to go over for olympic with such a tight turn in terms of games on the schedule there. That's a tough one.

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Natalie Portman among A-listers bringing pro women's soccer team to Los Angeles

TIME's Top Stories

04:49 min | 1 year ago

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.

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"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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US aims to thrive under pressure in World Cup showdown with France

Golic & Wingo

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"julie foudy" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on PTI

"If I have to choose, which is better because as you say, there's no angle, there's on the kick from last year. There's a baby, jaw March. It's always in there, whatever it is. And it hits the pose. It's absolutely perfect. It's absolutely perfect. But last night, what he did is such an embarrassment is humiliated. He gets them out of position and he burns them. And he is asked after the game about that. And apparently, he says, I work on that I've seen this goalie before I know that you can get him in a position where he's not close enough. And he kicks it from. I don't know a mile and a half away. And it in the sense of the first one is more spectacular this one seems more meaningful, at, of course when you mean all the time for guys a five iron in his hands. That's right. Because this curvature. Of the, by the way, we're all the dope. Say a ball dozen curve, these people. They're they're flatter people as well. But Tony is the first goal the first bills better because of the amicable doesn't curve ended lightning at them. I say all you just say this about ruining. A lot of these guys come over here from Europe, Washington, they stink. Here's ruining who's trying hard. He's got twenty one goals in thirty four starts. He's got twelve assists. So that's a point game. That's that's better than the cantor better quickly. See better than you'll Hong not, thank you. But. Let's take a break. I mean up Julie Foudy joins us from Paris to breakdown. Tomorrow's big World Cup game. Didn't smoke on the bench. Well, so can all you later? Tony predicts the starting lineup with the be all star game both leagues position physician. Yeah. I'm going to predict Trump. I'm just gonna take trout's trout good. Make the cut yesterday. A write in on the SP shown understand that. Story we broke in our first segment team USA takes on France. Tomorrow in the World Cup. And we are pleased to welcome back. PT is Paris bureau chief ESPN soccer analyst, Julie Foudy. Let's start with this. You played in these sorts of things you played overseas..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We mentioned that Julie Foudy has been very busy in France. You did speak with Carli Lloyd. She also spoke with Meghan repeal. Let's listen to that interview now Megan seven changes to the lineup. How do those changes actually impact you going into this game pas? Actively I think obviously more people got a minutes in their legs, more goals, spread around getting everyone on the same page with a good feeling. And then for those of us who played the other night, get a little bit arrest in kind of turns the tournament into hopefully a five game bounce for us and not a seven the last time you all played Sweden in a major tournament was the Olympics in two thousand sixteen of course, that quarterfinal loss. How fresh is that in your mind? And how much do you all talk about it? Not that fresh to be honest. I mean it's been a long time. A feel like our squads very different their squads very different a whole new tournament. Obviously, we know they beat us and had a good game plan and feel like that was an area of weakness for us when team sit back on us like that. So we've worked a lot on that since then and focused on that. And hopefully better beside Thailand, intially or not Sweden. This is going to be a different game. What will fans who are watching the game see from this US team that they didn't perhaps e in the first two games. I mean it's going to be way, tougher obviously just from physical standpoint, you know, they're a much stronger team much more organized, you know, defensively and tactically, just a lot smarter than I think the, the other two teams. So it's gonna be a battle, we're going to have to be really patient, and you're probably not going to see five goals, or three goals, or maybe even two goals in the first half. We're going to have to break them down and kind of play the game within. The game in order to open it up for us with the mindset going into this game knowing a win or a draw in Sweden, possibly set you up and that quarterfinal against France. I mean wins for us we want obviously to have a good performance but in the World Cup. It's all about winning each game winning sort of each little battle and moving onto the next. I think you start thinking about trying to set up who you're going to play. That's a little bit of a slippery slope. So if that, if that happens, and we advanced and fortunate enough to play France and a quarterfinal, then we'll welcome that. Thanks, darling. Kate bears, Meghan repeal. No. With our Julie Foudy repeated certainly, one of the more popular players on this team in recent years, I found it interesting. They're talking about the Olympic defeat against Sweden. Like, yeah. That's a while ago. And it was it was three years ago at this point..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Then went over to the bench, and they all just kinda did the, the little clap, which was fun. But, you know those those teams celebrations are fun. And that's what they're all about seven changes in the lineup tonight still dominating performance by the team. How good is this team feeling about itself right now? I think really good. You know, I think you over the course of two games. We had twenty players step out on the field, and that's truly remarkable, and we knew going into this is gonna take twenty three players it's still going to take twenty three players to win this. But now, we gotta a this leaves up because we've got a mountain to climb and Sweden's not going to be easy. It's going to be a tough match. We've obviously. Oh, made it into the knockout rounds. But we gotta take care of Sweden. I and one game at a time. Congratulations. I player as you heard the score and six straight World Cup games became the second oldest player in World Cup history to score a goal. And the oldest player to have a multi goal game machine scores twice in the three nil win over Chile or team. USA ESPN analyst, Julie Foudy had few takeaways from this game. One Carleen, Lloyd. How can you not talk about her? She had a tremendous game and a full ninety minutes. She's been coming off the bench is we know. And I asked her what kind of message does this performance tonight to the coaching staff? She said this message I've been trying to send in it's not getting through. She said it with a smile, but you can tell she is ready to go having said that. I don't think she will start against Sweden on Thursday..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"So she said, you know, obviously celebrate, you know the way you want. But that's what we think will be funny. So, you know, I did my, 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 about seven changes in the lineup tonight still dominating performance by the team. How good is this team feeling about itself right now? I think really good. You know, I think over the course of two games had twenty players step out on the field, and that's truly remarkable, and we knew going into this who's gonna take twenty three players it's still going to take twenty three players to win this. But now, we had a roller sleeves up because we got a mountain to climb and Sweden's not going to be easy. It's gonna be a tough match. We've obviously. Made it into knock out rounds but we gotta take care of Sweden. I and one game at a time. Congratulations loyd. First player as you heard the score and six straight World Cup games became the second oldest player in World Cup history to score a goal. And the oldest player to have a multi goal game scores twice in the three nil win over Chile for team. USA ESPN analyst, Julie Foudy few takeaways from this game one Carli Lloyd. How do you not talk about her? She had a tremendous game and a full ninety minutes. She's been coming off the bench is, we know when I asked her, what kind of message does this performance tonight to the coaching staff. She said this same message. I've been trying to send in. It's not getting through. She said it with a smile, but you can tell she is ready to go having said that. I don't think.

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"julie foudy" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"On ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Here's Jeremy chef. The women's World Cup underway in France. We're talking team USA, which kicked off its ornament with a thirteen zero thrashing of Thailand, and we welcome now a reporter on the scene. The great the one and only Julie Foudy Julie, thank you for joining us. My pleasure. Jeremy Julia, I want to talk about the controversy at some point in our conversation. But first, before we get to that, in before we get to how you're enjoying yourself in France. What did we learn about this US women's national team from its performance in its tournament opener against Thailand? We learn, they can score a lot of goals. That's for sure. You know, the interesting thing, too is in their in their send off games like the few into for they were coming over here. They were struggling a little bit offensively. So part of me thinks that was in reaction to them being the last first game to kick off. They were in the last group, and they waiting. They've been watching, and they literally had all this every time I'd see him in town and our little cute town of Ron. They, they were like, oh my gosh. We can't we can't wait to going. So maybe it was a little bit of energy that they needed to get out and thirteen goals worth of it east. The team doesn't end up winning the whole thing again for the second consecutive tournament. Also after having reached the finals eight years ago against Japan. What is going to hold this team back, Julie, I would say probably the one area that is still a question Mark when they play tougher teams obviously, you don't see it. Against team like Thailand. But their back line against better teams this year has been uncharacteristically leaky and a little bit, boomer -able. They gave up three goals to Australia three goals to France, actually lost three one to France in January in France. So, and that's atypical, of course of this US team and they and they also have a, a new goalkeeper in with hope so little being gone. And listen there who has never played a World Cup minute. Although she has been on a World Cup squad. So I would say the one area owner ability for this team is probably the back line, and listen there. But having said that it's all relative, right? Comparatively. This is a really good team. We're speaking with the great, Julie Foudy the World Cup champion herself. She's the host of the laughter permitted podcast for ESPN audio Julia views, many of the biggest names in sports. It's always. Always a pleasure talk soccer with you. We got to cover together, the euros three years ago in France, which was a great, great thrill for me to get a chance to work with you, four years ago there were some breakthrough stars for the US the team played very well. I guess Julie Johnson was it was one of the breakthrough stars of the tournament who who do you see a merging as household name, and women's soccer, this time around from the US team Germany's when, when the US law and the Olympics in two thousand sixteen and they went up early the ever have a lot of people forget that, you know after them winning the World Cup. They have this crash being they, they lost Sweden in the quarterfinals. Coach jealous said, gosh, the one thing we need is, we need more creative offensive types of midfield, especially, so the young players that are in their first World Cup who actually did super well in that Thailand game which. Was great for the team are that she brought in our live, Al, who's a young kid from Cincinnati, and Lindsey Horon who actually played for PS g here in Paris, for many years when she graduated from high school rather than go to college. And, and then you saw Samuel as well who is someone who put into goals and is in her first World Cup. So you had five goals coming from that midfield. Three were all in their first World Cup and had a swagger to them. You know that that felt like they were in their fourth World Cup those guys. And, and I think that's a great sign for the United States because it has of young creative, energetic players that can break down compact defenses, which we see me without some problems with the reaction to, to the drubbing into the way, the US team celebrated has been mixed. Obviously some people say. There in the World Cup. Let them celebrate have fun. This is as big as it gets. That's it others saying scoring that many goals. That's totally appropriate and expected in a tournament in which goal differential matters and others saying they went overboard. What it, it you're around this team every day, you know, you know, these players, what were your thoughts you saw? What was happening on the field? Are I phoned the camp of scores? Many goals as you can. It's not a friendly. Right. It's not one of those meaningless games where, you know, you get to eight mill and you're like, yeah, okay. Maybe we should start playing wanted to touch passing around. This is the World Cup differential medal matters. Right. So obviously, you don't wanna stop. And then all of a sudden you look back and go, but Sweden scored two more than us because they kept pouncing, and we'd been so I don't mind the goal line. But the thing that I actually when I was watching I was like, really thirteen when Alex scores were fickle. We're doing a whole team celebration on the sideline thing. I don't I don't get that, right? I don't get, you know, Megara piano of veteran of the teen sliding in at nine goals to the bench side. So. I don't mind Mallory to in her first ever World Cup. You know giving fist pump and their celebration. And then there's over the top full of shit. And so that was my take on. It is like yeah. You wanna keep pressing and you wanna keep playing scoring but don't do a whole dance routine on the sideline that Goldmember thirteen. I don't think that's a good look. The team you'll I saw your interview with Alex Morgan the morning after where she, she defended the celebrations, but didn't seem to have any problems with it or any regrets. Can you characterize how the rest of the team felt, you know, having some time to reflect on, on what happened? No, there's part of me that love that they're not like well, yeah. You know, we may be a little carried away. They're not oppose fiving at all. I loved actually Alex Morton's interview was like no it's the World Cup. We're going to celebrate. I'm gonna celebrate Samuel getting pushed woke up. I'm gonna celebrate. Eight mile pew. So I did like that. And what you're hearing from them is this is this is part of the fabric of this team. These are the habits we've created over, you know, decades of winning World Cups, and this is what makes us so good. And we wanted to make a statement and we wanted to show the world that we're not here just to defend a World Cup title where here to attack a world title, which is the theme you hear often from them. So and I get that, right. And I love that about the American mentality because I do think that's what separates us from other teams. But again, I think there's a point where you're like, okay, do we need to be sliding and doing dances at their chain? Right. And that's you know, and yet, they're owning it. And I think that's the right thing to do respect with the great, Julie Foudy about the women's World Cup taking place. Dow in France. And, you know, one of the things over the years that people in the American soccer community if you will talked about his. To a point of maturity, and our pre she is a nation for the game which for so long. Belonged to the rest of the world in a way that we could be critical of our national teams and it wasn't. Considered some kind of heresy, you know, that, you know, there was for a long time on the men's side, especially you know, it's like booster ISM was the order of the day, and does this reflect a growing maturity about soccer, the US in subways that one way to look at it that we're having this kind of discussion about the women's national team. Yeah. It's a great point. Actually, I remember when I was the two thousand eleven or two thousand fifteen woke up by two thousand fifteen and I remember talking happy up, and I said, hey, look, you know, me criticizing you is my job right? And you, you have to be able to understand this is what I'm going to do like that. That means to me that when other people are criticizing you that it matters. And in my day, for example, Jeremy back in the nineties, and early two thousand we would be like pleased criticizes because it means you're bringing attention. Oh my. God, we been love for you to actually criticize those, and I said, you know, we were begging for that attention. So please, make the team understand that this is a great thing and not to get so been out of shape about it and not to take it. So personally and she'd have those conversations with the team, and I and I totally agree. I mean, I think it's a great sign that we're having this debate, and it's a great time for the growth of win that soccer hopefully, speaking with Julie Foudy about the women's World Cup Julie before we let you go and get back to your wind, and your crimp caramel, and your T's course. And I know you're over there with Toko. You're probably time so it never do that ever. You would never. Now, I'm thinking, tar ten there's so many options. Chilly. The US is playing chilly on Sunday. And what should we expect where, you know, interestingly enough probably Thailand Chile or to easier teams if this World Cup. And, and so for you know, we always we always pick a group of death at every will Cup. And I say, you know, well, this is group for the US, as like the group of life because you have to the easiest teams in the woke up in Thailand, which we saw, and now, chili although they are more organized, but it will be a larger score again, I think I don't think teen but probably more about four or five and but the, the real game comes down to two Weeden their game because they're the ones who are not out of the Olympics in two thousand sixteen and their legitimate team. So if the US finishes first in their group, they then most likely will go on to face France in the quarterfinal in Paris, and. We've been talking about a World Cup Frances really one of the biggest contenders, I think for the US at this World Cup if not the biggest I think they're actually favorites over the United States. That's how it's Julie. It is always a pleasure. Thank you for letting us interrupt you at dinner hour and France. It is a sacrifice truly Foudy is.

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"julie foudy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"We are told at every turn that game seven tonight of the Stanley Cup final game seven best two words in sports. That's what alleged to God's want you to come up with the worst to words in sports. That's where we're going to start today to avoid talking hockey in any way. I'm also wondering if there is a better two words in sports better than game seven. I'm not certain there is. But most of wondering, like, if we ever explored that not the show I wanted to do I wanna do your original idea. Why can't you stay on for five seconds? Idea is worst to words in sports. Let's stay there dry campus. That's pretty good. I campus is pretty good. I also wanna get into something with you guys because we've been making fun of sports radio for a long time around here, and the summer months are usually good for the last twenty years for ESPN somebody, he has to wonder whether Pete Rose should be in the hall of fame. But in terms of how hall of fame tired discussions, where would should the US women have been celebrating so much rank, because I am so damn tired, people arguing about sportsmanship, and etiquette. I it has gotten so old where we just need to talk about something. We can't talk about thirteen nothing. So we talk about how they celebrated once they got it to eleven of the, this is like an evergreen on, on conversation. That is just, you know, we've been doing it in baseball for fifteen years poor Brian McCann has the reputation of fun. Police this is like the equivalent of probably like ninety two nothing in football, though, this is insane. I mean, I get it because it's group stage. So every team is gonna play that team they played so you can make the argument pile it on goal difference matters. But the celebration, I think, is where the debate comes. But this is what I would ask you where do I have to put the story for you not to be interested in whether the celebrations are etiquette based, or not, like we've gone over this for many years, the idea that these people are playing games? And you want them to show respect to a game and to their opponent. And I'm just asking you where I have to put the story. What's the tipping point? You're saying, Chris, you're interested in the idea. Showboating at thirteen nothing. Right. This has been talked about since the American dream team of Charles Barkley, and Michael Jordan, elbowing Angola. Well beating them by fifty points. It sports though. And there's a new layer MRs, we haven't really had this discussion with women as the athletes attained by degrees in the conversation. Yeah. Abby Wambach who's one of the greatest women's soccer players ever in this not just our nation's history. But in the history of the world, she had a tweet ending with the, the take would you tell a men's team to not score and celebrate to which I respond? Yeah. What? What? Of course. I, I think I think it would be a huge national, and worldwide sandal Stu gods found on the American soccer landscape, stugatz of the day was, he's celebrating all his telling all the executives at ESPN that he loves the work of Julie Foudy, Julie Foudy is fantastic. I had found my soccer analyst, and she deserves a raise. I am not saying this by way of criticism. I am saying this praised okay. She made a stink about the late celebrations. Eleven nothing. Twelve nothing thirteen nothing. She wasn't happy. She felt like they were excessive not fair to Thailand. And then she had Alex Morgan on and Aster about those, and I thought she gave a very reasonable and great explanation. Hey these are dream goals for US World Cup goals. We're going to celebrate but Julie Foudy while making a stink without Alex mortgage in front of her did not press. Alex Morgan on the late game celebration, Julie Foudy. You are my soccer analyst. I am proud of you. That's you. Do it. I mean, great job by her dad's..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"We are told at every turn that game seven tonight of the Stanley Cup final game seven best two words in sports. That's what alleged to God's want you to come up with the worst to words in sports. That's where we're going to start today to avoid talking hockey in any way. I'm also wondering if there is a better two words in sports better than game seven. I'm not certain. There is. But I'm also wondering, like, if we ever explored that not the show I wanted to do I wanna do your original idea. Why can't you stay on for five seconds? Idea is worst to words in sports. Let's stay there dry campus. That's pretty good. I campus is pretty good. I also wanna get into something with you guys because we've been making fun of sports radio for a long time around here, and the summer months are usually good for the last twenty years for ESPN somebody, he has to wonder whether Pete Rose should be in the hall of fame. But in terms of how hall of fame tired discussions, where would should the US women have been celebrating so much rank, because I am so damn tired, people arguing about sportsmanship, and etiquette. I it has gotten so old where we just need to talk about something. We can't talk about thirteen nothing. So we talk about how they celebrated once they got into eleven of the, this is like an evergreen on, on conversation. That is just, you know, we've been doing it in baseball for fifteen years poor Brian McCann has the reputation of fun. Police this is like the equivalent of probably like ninety two nothing in football, though, this is insane. I mean, I get it because it's group stage. So every team is gonna play that team they played so you can make the argument pile it on goal difference matters. But the celebration, I think, is where the debate comes. But this is what I would ask you where do I have to put the story for you not to be interested in whether the celebrations are etiquette based, or not, like we've gone over this for many years, the idea that these people are playing games? And you want them to show respect to a game and to their opponent. And I'm just asking where I have to put the story. What's the tipping point? You're saying, Chris, you're interested in the idea. Showboating at thirteen nothing. Right. This has been talked about since the American dream team of Charles Barkley, and Michael Jordan, elbowing Angola, while beating them by fifty points, it sports, though, and there's a new layer MRs, we haven't really had this discussion with women as the athletes attained by degrees in the conversation. Yeah. Abby Wambach who's one of the greatest women's soccer players ever in this not just our nation's history. But in the history of the world, she had a tweet ending with the, the take, would you tell them men's team to not score and celebrate to which I respond. Yeah. What? What? Of course. I, I think I think it would be a huge national, and worldwide. Sandals, Stu gods found on the American soccer landscape, stugatz of the day was, he's celebrating all his telling all the executives at ESPN that he loves the work of Julie Foudy, Julie Foudy is fantastic. I had found my soccer analyst, and she deserves a raise. I am not saying this by way of criticism. I am saying this praised okay. She made a stink about the late celebrations. Eleven nothing. Twelve nothing thirteen nothing. She wasn't happy. She felt like they were excessive not fair to Thailand. And then she had Alex Morgan on an Aster about those, and I thought she gave a very reasonable and great explanation. Hey these are dream goals for US World Cup goals. We're going to celebrate but Julie Foudy while making a stink without Alex mortgage in front of her did not press. Alex Morgan on the late game celebration, Julie Foudy. You are my soccer analyst. I am proud of you. That's how you. Do it. Great job by her Fouts..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And how to be a great teammate how to celebrate others how to, to constantly be sticking more in a wholesomely discontent way not an unwholesome way of just wanted to get better. And I think it's a gift it really is. So that's why I'm always trying to get kids to, to play something team sports hopefully but just play something solid advice. Next question comes from at house five one seven Julie. What was the hardest thing about transitioning from playing to broadcasting? Good one, I would say. Just the mechanics of television. Once you get that down where, you know, the transitions and the timing and the technical stuff then it was. Was just you know, how did not want told the story in the jesmyn does a podcast when I first started della vision, and I'm so nervous, I was like screaming television. And, and it's just repetitions. So once you get the technical side down in the big Canucks of it. Then it's just reps. And then you get much more comfortable and you actually don't feel like you should throw up anymore. You can just do it. So, but yeah, I mean I'm doing it. I feel like a longtime now. So it's much easier. I don't know about as much better. Easier. Oh, you're so comfortable. Now you're just drinking champagne. All right. Thanks so much for listening. We absolutely. So love our dote village and appreciate you. And all your comments that we read, so make sure you keep hitting us up on social media. I'm at Julie Foudy on Twitter and Instagram hashtag, it laughter Midden and as we close the show as always a huge, thank you to Kate S a Julie Foudy sports leadership academy for are awesome scene music. And if you might what you hear from us Tele friends or twenty can keep the dope village growing, and as always remember kids sing with us laughter. Poor guy, Mike sorry, I'm sorry. It's just part of my act. All right. Thanks for taking the time to listen in to our dope village. One last shout out to ally because the fact is only eight percent of people trust their banks. And yet, most of us, never bother looking elsewhere, and as women money is something we should be thinking about because get this on average women working fulltime, make eighty cents for every dollar her male counterpart makes money meets having options options to start a business by house say for retirement..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Low was the US ready to jump out of the blocks. The defending champs opened up with an historic thirteen to Alex Morgan tying tournament record with five goals as the US broke the record for goals and margin of victory in World Cup game. ESPN analyst, Julie Foudy reaction to this one. You know, I did turn, I think at about seven I said to my producer Jim talk, this is gonna get ugly really fast and I feel bad for Thailand. But you know I don't I had a problem with how much they were celebrating a little bit in the end like all right? Ladies, it's thirteen settled on right? Is thirteen you're good. But it's goal differential. Right. And and so in a World Cup. You just you never know in an and it's a message to Thailand to other countries. Start supporting your girls more there should be this big gap. Really? So you can't stop because you feel bad for the other team. Right. But I do think that they could temper that celebration of bit at the end any problems. Kate with the amount of goals. Or the celebrations at the end. No. Absolutely not. Because what would be worse if they only score? Seven goals and Sweden goes out in scores eight. And then like, well, we could have scored more. But we being respectful the opponent and then eight under subjective term, respectfulness United States at the right thing. I'm complete with Foudy. Unlike me, really don't need to be celebrating like that on the thirteenth goal you're playing basically a camp game called World Cup where if you score you stay on. That's what I felt like when I was watching this game. But the United States moves forward full of confidence like I was saying, but more importantly is the players who scored I love the Alex Morgan five goals. Now, don't tell me she's not thinking, golden boot colleague, Lloyd when golden twenty fifteen scoring six goals. And.

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"julie foudy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on PTI

PTI

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on PTI

"And twenty nine at Lanta Braves. You know what he gives them experience? Right now. They're two games back Philly in the division. Oh, it's funny. Everyone talked about the Yankees the last time the Yankees lost a free agent pitcher to the Braves lost added a bidding more was Greg Maddux went to the raids. That's more than twenty five years ago. I wonder if Keiko's wanna shave his beard, maybe that's why he didn't go to the Handke's. But the Braves their start your last eight games. Michael, there are a is over six game. So they need that experience kaikal could eat up innings. He's a ground ball pitcher. I think it was the right move to make an as you know, the great rates team from the nineties, they were built on pitching that's always been about, and this is a good movie. I'm with you. Forget is a good move into to quote, Tony channel my inner Tony go to the glasses. Twelve and eleven the twelve eleven lies. Here's white lies because it is final twenty starts last year. Dallas was three two three r eight and nine and three since the middle of June, aren't we approaching the middle of June? I mean he's not going to have to have all that wear and tear on his arm from spring training, April, and may, right. So I think this is a really smart by the last five years he's pitched at least two hundred plus he's pitched October, which is important. That's the one last break still to come wink in the cubs expect their new pitcher, a closer on the mouth and the women's World Cup is underway. The first match play today. I'll give you my thick when the whole thing. I just wanna hear Julie Foudy break this down. I mean I watched some of the original breakdown on the network. Julie's Foudy to me is the firing on all of this. Get happy people. Happy seventy fifth birthday Kazzia Russell one of the long forgotten great players in the history of college, and pro basketball he was the player of the year. Michigan a member young, one of the first Knicks championship team in nineteen seventy and he was dancing around the edges of a few other championships situations. And how about this note, the compensation for Russell leading, Golden State, and signing with the Lakers. The first round pick used to draft Robert Parish, Frank not bad. But how do you not mention that is cognate guy? Well, I, I was gonna leave that to you. I'm glad you cleaned up. By the way, Carver high school. He went to all men. Happy anniversary. Lebron James on this seven years ago while playing for the heat. Lebron delivered forty five points, fifteen rebounds, five assists in Boston in game six to stave off limitation hard to relearn now but at this point, LeBron had zero titles that was on the brink of another failed season in Miami at the time this was the most important and greatest game of his career fight, you know, Michael, I had the privilege of being in the building that night, that was a brilliant performance, and you're right. He loses that game. That's two years in a row in Miami. Getting knocked out without a title. Lot of pressure on them in that game, happy trails. Samak's Kepler's OC twenty one St. the twins leadoff man broke out of his mini slump by going four for four with three home runs against the Indians, Kepler's homes were as thirteen fourteen fifteen to the season pushed the twins past manners and back into major league lead with hundred seventeen home runs already think about this. He in Ted Williams, the only players in MLB. History to have three home runs against the Indians. Do it twice pretty impressive. When you're in the same group with Ted nice little bit. No heiress today. People we are running out of show. Let's get to the big finish activated DD gregorious, eight months after his Tommy, John surgery big deal. That's a huge deal. DD is big leader for that team. Joe Madden says Greg kimbrel could be ready in three weeks. Is that okay? Bye. I'm still worried. I mean, Strope gave up a home run in the ninth today, but we did beat the cardinals I was hoping out there sooner we need them Frank the patriots received there's two rings last night, the largest ones ever, I impressed with that. They got to figure out new ways..

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"julie foudy" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"julie foudy" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"NBA shop at US dot T. So shop dot com. That's what she said. That's what she said. That's what she said what she says. Well, that's what she said. Welcome to. That's what she said conversations with interesting people from the world of sports music, comedy and more talking about their lives. Careers successes and failures. I'm Julie Foudy. And my dilemma is I have a friend who went to SNL Lesin SNL in New York City. Yes, she got to meet the entire cast and crew backstage Kate McKinnon, I hear probably my best friend Tina Fey, and I don't even get an invite. And I was in New York. What do I do about that? What do I do the tables have turned haven't they Foudy? I seem to recall just last Tuesday night when I was eating dinner in my hotel room alone. Watching HGTV all by myself a certain photo of you backstage with Tina Fey at mean girls on Broadway pops up a man's defeat. And I find out later you were invited by Tina Fey herself. You brought a crew of a duck. Dozen or more people with you. And I was in New York, and I didn't get the invite. So I guess it's cool that I got to hang out with the cast and be around Emma Thompson and the Jonas brothers and got to talk to Kate McKinnon and quest love and Chris rock, and Chris Bosh and Adam pally, and Alex mafia and egg modem maybe next time if you'd invited me to hang out with Tina Fey, I would have invited you to go hang out with the people. In fact, maybe next time we should combine forces. We could roll together to hang out with bad Espy mills loves we've been talking for years, and we could both benefit. So you call my people call your people, let's make this happen. The commission is spoken. By the way, check out Julie's new podcast laughter. Permitted which features fun thoughtful candid conversations with trailblazers in sports about the joy and chaos of life and sports laughter and donuts are permitted. She gets really awesome guests..

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