17 Burst results for "Lucy Bronze"

"lucy bronze" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:05 min | 4 months ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Think it could become something, but it would be a surprise to me. I don't expect that to happen. George is shot making and ball striking is such that if she has it in her strike zone, she can make matches interesting just by the sheer weight of shot. And also there is always that question mark over whether bharti might just switch off in a match because we've seen it before. I think that's happening less and less. What I expect to happen is that she won't put it in the Georgie strike zone at all. She'll put it high up, low down, over there, over there, and Georgia will be pulling her hair out and saying, can you give me a normal shot to hit the living daylights out of place? And she won't get many of those. Comfortable sustained excellence is how Andre who's doing our overnight UK time. So days session day session, Twitter coverage for us and brilliantly, he's doing it too comfortable sustained excellence is how he described parties performance today to beat Lucia bronzetti, who is the Italian version of Lucy bronze, the England footballer. And it is now 48. Consecutive service holds and counting for ash Barty. Unbelievable, isn't it? 5 matches in a row without being broken. I've always thought of her serve as underpinning her game, really. And probably the shot in tennis, which is maximize the most. You know, Barty shouldn't have that good to serve. Just, I think, from the way she's built. And yet she has probably the best serve in the world at the moment. She hits her spots. She backs it up with her game. Yeah, she was so comfortable today. I think two minutes shorter than her first round match, she lost one more game. She lost three games in two matches. She was in complete control. And as David says, when she faces Camilla Georgie, you would think that her slice back cam will be key to keep the ball low to maneuver Georgie around the court. And she used that brilliantly against bronzetti, just 96% of her backends were sliced according to the coverage we were watching and she just can use that shot, however she likes she can deploy it in various ways, I think. And it was almost like she was just practicing the slice today. She was way too good. Fitters are linked as her anchor folks. That's got to be a yes, please. And they both wanted, yes, please? Definitely. Yeah. Yeah. Four love head to head in Azarenka's favor. Okay. Really? Oh, I did not expect you to say that. I was expecting they've played double that amount of times and split them. Azarenka after her win today, who did she beat today Azarenka beat Jill titman? Yes. I think that was another one that was before. Yes, it was. Matt had earmarked that yesterday as a potential great match, and it was over in the blink of an eye. I mean, all the sort of closure of and I can't fashion that joke, but you see where I was going. And she's quietly in some great form as her anchor and she was hit with some punchy old questions in her press conference today. It felt like the journalists that were in her press conference covered the full range of tennis controversies in one presser. And she didn't Dodge any of it. She's such a grown-up. And she's so. What sort of stuff? Well, it was, it was vaccines and whether they should be a mandate. It was Novak Djokovic. It was WTA and China, and it was punctual. One topic after the other, and she took them all on. And she is a member of the WTA player council, and that was referenced the preface to some of the questioning as a player representative, do you believe that there should be a vaccine mandate? Yes, she does. She does believe in that. She said, I believe in science. I believe this is the right thing. And yeah, she's in favor of a vaccine mandate. Look, I totally understand plays not wanting to get involved in the Djokovic thing. For example, not wanting to comment on Djokovic, not wanting to end up as a headline. Just, you know, wanting to keep their powder dry and focus on their tennis. I don't blame them for that. But equally, I do celebrate a grown-up walking to the room with really thoughtful and considered opinions. That she's prepared to say and stand behind yeah that's so refreshing and it's brilliant. Yeah, there's been a lot not said about Djokovic from players as you said totally understandably. There's been a lot said generally about the issue. And I thought, as her inker said, one of the smartest things about it that I've heard, you know, she said, it all could have been avoided. Sometimes you need black and white rule rather than a lot of gray area. And if you had a black and white rule, would have just sort of stopped it being an issue, I think. She just sort of cut to the heart of it and all of this in a second language, which always just blows me away. The English skills of so many of these players answering one of them and yeah, she said that she as a member of the WTA player council is involved in the process of trying to fill in the rest of the WGA calendar. Because without the events in China, we don't know what the second half of the season is going to look like. She didn't reveal obviously what that process was, but she said she's heavily involved. And she said, wouldn't you expect me to be involved? You know, you know my character, you know my personality. Of course I want to be involved, of course, I want to have a say in that and I think that's great. It's great that she does it and it's great for the WTA that she does it as well. We had the announcement today that 99 of the world's top 100 female players are now vaccinated and 98 now. That's one mysterious member of the ATP top 100 is now vaccinated that wasn't a couple of weeks ago. So these are good numbers and it's great to hear. We have a battle of French Open champions in round three Yelena roster Panko against Barbara creek of her. They won in very different fashions today, oster Panko 6 four and the third against Alison risk. Finalist and Adelaide last week and critique of her against Wong just imperious, I think it was two and two in the end. And that post match interview..

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on Ringer FC

"We mentioned Ellen white in the ban on door nomination. And you know what, when you look at Ellen white's career in the way he's gone for it. The recognition of getting into that list is fantastic for her hundred caps. She delivers in tournaments she's delivered, you know what I mean? It's not going so great for a city at the moment and I think that, you know, you know, missing someone like Chloe Kelly, Lucy bronze, the kind of service that she needs. She's not being really getting it recently. Bunny shore coming in. They got to try and find a way of getting that to work for me. But in the end, a hundred caps versus Australia she has to get some love, free world cups, a longevity. She won. I think she played a year in 2011 and 2021, a ten years. I think what I find remarkable at her, like, obviously, you know, we know that she's not a flair player, but she carries the team on her back when she needs to team GB Tokyo Olympic Games. Obviously, Jeanette you are out there. That woman can carry the team on her back. So many times she was like, nah, fuck this. You guys are shit. I'm storing these girls. She does this thing where her eyes go so wide and that's when you know she's coming for you. She's called a hat trick in that quarterfinal and teen GB still lost. Can you imagine how fuming you would be if you score a hat trick and you're like, guys, I'm doing everything. I've scored 6 goals in this tournament. I scored most of the only goals we school in this whole entire tournament and you guys still fucking think about her. We spoke about it, you know, okay, listen, she doesn't have the flair or whatever, you know, however we define that. You know, a lot of work, I was confident the books, but she's so alert inside the box, and you can see that. But my thing is, and you've just touched on the machine, okay? The fact that she is not doing as well for her club are doing really well for her country. How do you manage that? Do you know what I mean? How do you go back where you know you have to be playing well for your club? The same way you're playing with your country. Maybe people are looking at you a bit different. What a thing is because of what she's done previously and how consistent she's been. She's one of the lucky ones. I wasn't one of those players like our, for instance. Alan Shearer can not score for two years and still know that he's starting in the Euros in 96. That's crazy. You get to get to a level where you where you are going to play. You're expected to play. I think she's at that level. So yeah, totally. I think what she's totally at that level. Where she is now. She obviously want to be scoring more and doing well at city because we've seen the kind of spell that they're having. But it won't make the blindest bit of difference to her getting into that team and being into that team. The difference for her will be, she wants to be playing better and she wants to be scoring more because you look at the games where England are playing at the moment and as long as she's on the pitch and for me if Laura if hemps on anybody's team and they are that box player, they're going to score. Rachel Daley's what I love Rachel daily. I really do love Rachel Daly. But like she for me will always play and you have to say even with the Euros coming up and everything, she'll.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

03:20 min | 7 months ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on Ringer FC

"She would support the defense and be a bully there. She was a bull carrier. She was important in the box. She was a presence everywhere. She was so physical. I'm now I'm just like, you know what, that's also. They can't replace that. And without her, they look like completely different tea. How long do you think he's got? Because Lucy bronze is coming back. What's going to be the difference? Even when Lucy bronze gets back. I guess the real question will be like you said, when the whole squad is fit, there is nothing to hide behind. There are no excuses anymore because we will see. Is that what's keeping him at the moment? Because the injuries, I think that's maybe giving him the opportunity to keep because they're not going to sack him at this point. They're like, well, what is it going to take? Worst seat worst record ever in the WSL? Knocked out of the cup. They'd won the last two editions, so they don't hold on to the carp. Not in the Champions League. I mean, he can't get worse than this, and he's still got his job. So you feel like, well, it definitely probably until everyone's fit. And then we get a real sense of right, how big is the issue and the problem? Because right now he can just kind of hide behind that. Could we give you some love to Chelsea though? Because dealt with it. Steamrolled. You know what? I had a funny chat with Aaron cuthbert as well. I don't know if you guys have ever met her, but she's just brilliant, brilliant. And a great interview if you ever get the chance to because I do find a lot these days, especially with the England girls like their media trained quite early on, like the FA get in there. And I understand why they do it. They want to protect the players. They want to make sure they know what's coming. And it's brutal. But I feel like it's really hard to sometimes get that personality out out of players, and that's what's really important to build the game to show the characters of the game. You need to show those personalities. I do find that. A fun with Erin, though, she does not care. My post match, I said, oh, you know, the last time you were at Wembley Aaron, was when you went to watch England, Scotland with your family during the Euros. And she was like, yeah, I don't remember any of that to be fair. And I was like, oh, do you think this is going to be a happier, a happier night? She was like, we talk about nil nil draw. That's a big one for Scotland. And that's legendary. She's just got so much personality so much energy. No, she talked about how Emma Hayes had been a mother figure for her during the pandemic, because she didn't have her family here and being able to see her family at Wembley is going to be huge. And I'm just like, you know what? That's what I want. I want players to show some formation because I was going to say I loved that Emma Hayes but talking about Aaron cough, but being like, oh, she's going to have hernando's on the bus. Yeah, exactly. And that goes on the bus. Absolutely. No, she's brilliant man. She went to that Wembley England Scotland game dressed as like braveheart. She had full face paid on. There's picture of her. I think it like guildford station at like midday, ready to go to that game. And she was absolutely steaming, but she loved it. Do you know what's gonna be so good is Cup final on the 5th? Arsenal Chelsea is a mouth watering Cup final fixture. If you are not thinking about going, you have got to go. That is going to be an immense final because Emma Hayes is going to be.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Music's summons Alastair Ross with a sports summons me like a genie from a lamp here I come headed what Congrong anyway she's I'm afraid this morning however in Hoffa now is time I can grant you the name of the BBC women's footballer of the year water because we have five candidates we've had a record number of votes the five woman shortlist was England's Lucy bronze Australia's Sam Kerr Netherlands Vivian met them out and the American jokes of to the ads and make and repair note just thirty minutes now to wait on the subject of women's football the European champions league final has unsurprisingly been postponed now as has the men's champions league final and the Europa league final his off football correspondent John Murray this is purely confirmation from you A. for that the showpiece finals of European football will not now take place on that original dates in may last week you a football match is on hold until further notice and this is the first statement from the working group set up to find solutions for the completion of the current season the men's champions league final was due to take place in Istanbul the women's in Vienna and the Europa league final in Gdansk UEFA indicated last week they will do all they can for the matches to eventually be played in those venues but say as yet no decision has been made on rearranged dates and European football's governing body also looking at the idea of a mini told women's to complete this year's competitions which was shut down at the quarter final stage to Africa went to Nigerian footballers Dayo Ojo often number and I'll be a comments Benjamin Italy Ahmad I have been kidnapped while driving on the pending expressway in Nigeria the pair were on a break as the Nigerian ladies currently suspended because of coronavirus chose him but teammate Emmanuel James was also in that car but he managed to escape the club says it's keeping in close contact with just family and efforts already in place to ensure.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Particularly radical we started out doing something that was important to do and it radicalized all right the twenty Martha Stewart was speaking to Lucy bronze well joining us now is Dr Rachel Scott no relation from the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine who studied issues around abortion in different parts of the world I'm looking around the world when abortion is illegal how common of those sorts of underground groups at performing abortions for women who requires and eat them and request them so there are definitely examples of other similar that underground networks of women helping other women get abortions and in settings where it's legal does a group in Italy in the sixties cold that circle servers them and and they established a similar network that kind of clandestinely helps women get abortions and they would move the equipment around different houses every time be in a different place every time and on what to the doctor he would provide the abortion a low cost I'm not started environment Nash ended up spreading throughout with Elaine and then in front so certain seventies there was a similar movement and actually similar to that Jane collective those women also ended up learning how to perform abortions themselves and in both countries another role that they played was facilitating women's transports other countries if they need to travel for the abortion it was interesting that when Martha Scott was going to cold and her Jane that what was being prosecuted she was surprised to find a Hispanic woman to be doing exactly the same sort of thing does that indicate that groups of women would be serving their own socio economic groups secretly in order to keep the whole thing secret and have seen their own ethnic groups especially when abortion is very restricted to the ways that people find out about how to get an abortion our three wide of mouth off then so somebody else is having portion you can tell you what's a guy who can help you to do it safely who can tell you to go to I'm so it's likely they spread through specific networks and looking back over that that the history of the abortion issue how clear is the linkage between economic development and advancement and democracy and the legalize ation of abortion what's the first thing say about the legalization of abortion is there a legalization coming a lot of different things it can be legal solely to save the life of the woman or it can be legal in the case of rape and incest or piece of Nancy or it might be legal to preserve the health of the woman and then it might be legal on board that says economic grounds or on request is on a quest is where when he doesn't have to give a reason to attain the abortion and the extent to which abortion is legal varies a huge amount even within regions sorry in lower incomes are things you might find some countries where abortion is extremely restricted Sir in Africa there are only a handful of countries wow that abortion is legal more broadly but in Asia for example the laws in much with massive and about a third of countries have access to abortion forty legally says economic arms or on a crime looking back of the last hundred years or so easy to him is it an over generalization again to suggest that more and more countries are legalizing abortion as if you like a human rights associated with women's rights there are a lot of kind of reasons that have driven abortion campaign so some of them have been focused around women's rights a lot of the middle seven focus on a public health message so the message that where abortion is illegal it will still happen but it will be on site I'm not so probably a campaign message or press glasses that has been used in a lot of countries to to kind of justify it the legalization of abortion rather than necessarily being a rise issue or there are there are obviously a lot of discussions going on the same time around abortion as a human rights and abortions being positive reproductive healthcare and I think that's one of the conversations is quite prominent in the US at the moment I start to Rachel Scott from the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine instead they don't get on our website we have a vast array of first time memories from the past and Mr being curated into sections to make it easier to find the items that interest you there's a whole section on women in history just search online for BBC witness history collections next we're going to Algeria in the nineteen sixties when pro independence fighters were waging a war against the colonial power fronts but it wasn't or Julian's who wanted the French thrown out the Huskies were Algerian Muslims who volunteered to fight alongside the French in the war of independence when the company came to an end in nineteen sixty two and France was forced to abandon its former colony thousands of its hockey allies will left to face persecution and brutal repression at the hands of Algeria's new rulers 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"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Because she is the most clinical finisher the united states has inside the box she's so clean her technique is so solid right or less trading on the half turn sitting in the half channels full in non pressure situations but something has happened in pressure situations where that doesn't cover so for me on like if you're gonna give her this she's got it i hope she does well because otherwise we need to move on from her as part of someone who's getting a salary contract 'em she did wonderfully on that chance lucy bronze totally miss marketer with ball watching the entire time kristen press i mean lucy bronze for defending but kristen press kept it had a little back where it came from we saw germany mrs with oberdorf tried headed down and it went out said like seen a super sweet in in one of the games this time though press just hit it back where it came from and she was so far wide of the goal but it came in about three feet in off the post and telford could not get her foot work to get over it right and so good for her the second but in the end the first half right at the guys in the room were dying when she didn't hit that paso after she picked up sell for china played out of the back timidly break it's poach and then kristen press did an excellent job the get free and then alex morgan was sitting right there but all you know she was feeling it and you know i actually had no problem with that because i want kristen press confident because there is so much talent there you want be seen everyday and today i thought she did defensive what she needs to do she didn't make the right play dangerous england and she had a good game you know who else had a good day today russell done a survey of course is on there's a few players but specifically typically the manager jill alice again on gets this lineup right and we say all the time yeah you have a lot of pieces and that's a luxury problem but it's not easy right there are we have said over and over again six very very i think good choices for only five spots in today's player out of samuels roosevelt who is not great in the last game but let's say yeah you've always been on the lavelle bandwagon okay very much and way more than i have but i wanna give credit to ellis here because if there was every time the poll of l this was the game and not only did she stick with their but i think she was rewarded i think this was the valves best performance he had more space and she's generally had an even when she was shut down she created their own space based you've got to see her ability the separate dummy dummy the nutmeg the dummy different player you always telling me you she is she does the things differently she skipped a ball flipped up to herself over somebody is foot in kept on going with the outside of her left but we don't have players that do that besides maybe tobin right so you need a player it is so concerning though when she went down shut hamstring 'cause it's the player that has hamstring issues and not just like tweaks out out like a week like speaks out like five months need surgery type two weeks so this is.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This show is presented by who knew which has live sports watch live games and all your favorite teams live on who knew no cable required live tv plan required restrictions apply welcome into these if these studios with this tuesday edition of the show alongside k mcgrath on sebastian's out i thought dan paul all waiting in the wings paolo bandini as well the boys will bring you all the latest transfer rumors news and notes but we start in the semi finals of the women's world you at hand england in leone lineup news before this one started meghan rip pino not indie opening eleven also can barkley england goalie on the bench currently telford replacing her and tell her feet and hearing the ten minute kristen press to replace a lot of press comes in off the the beautiful adam where man marking by lucy bronze loses press on her back shoulder the really that was roosevelt dummy set that entire thing up within england has an answer shortly after a beautiful service by me finding ellen what fitting into the pocket for marketing by the united states ab y'all camper again white men marking in the by the ten by demi so emily by of course or defend arm and talk about the marking the look at the run from alex morgan alex morgan movement off the ball with world class they find the scenes in pockets and able to get into it an illinois doing the same thing on the other side however this one is called back yup vca are called ended up playing white and kate offside yeah the half of blue seventy eight minute another chance for england here why we why did she where we go the vr and it looks k like there is just that little bit of contact comeback yourselves and that's not the best daniel the one is from behind you get the senior he'll get nick why she misses ellen white does not miss so they decided that step holding the captain take it not a good pele kick he's say alone narragansett is the right way which she does we've been waiting burleson america get her big moment she gets it right there you at win by a final score of two to one in the united states are through way third straight world cup final larger more on this day let's bring in julie foudy who joins us live julie you saw what do you think and what you're feeling oh my goodness 'em i you know it was it was a thriller in in that penalty kick late like that 'em in the var controversy in the magazine or not playing roosevelt going out with a hamstring listen they're coming out of the hero in all of this story lines and especially given you some of the criticism that ellison has been taking early on in this tournament about could you fill the shoes of hope solo what she good enough good she make the big saving the big moment end you know the the thing that you may be couldn't see on the telecast that i loved is of course the stadium corrupted 'cause it was such a great american crowd here and they're all hovering around here right now but the the the teammates went over her right away end were so genuinely excited for her in that moment but you know it was a great one it had it had oldie elements tonight is that the big take away for youth moments there well that's a huge one right and that'll build confidence in order to win the scene they need have a goalkeeper the gets hot listen there hasn't had great performances the

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Terms of a terrorist attack in a strident some of the targets included police and defense buildings courts churches and diplomatic missions teammates and opponents react to the death of a twenty seven year old angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs whose body was found inside his hotel room Monday afternoon Rangers manager Chris Woodward everybody spoke very very highly of him from a character standpoint because again it was tough to root against the Rangers angels game was postponed Monday so far no official cause of death has been announced but police do not suspect foul play as US women's soccer team prepares for the World Cup semi final today it's fans back home are brimming with excitement the indomitable Megan Rapinoe explains what's behind her bold celebration posed to our robin Roberts you sort of on the stage so I guess I'm looking at myself as a as a performer and trying to entertain England is a worthy opponent Tuesday showdown will feature powerhouses Ellen white and Lucy bronze team USA hope that fans back home will get some time off to watch the game that's reporter Adrian banker we could soon seen something like this here in Florida Jersey Shore talus considering using on man flying drone storm water rescues southeastern Pennsylvania on manta flying systems as develop these drones which can carry the quintessential orange cans or flotation devices used by lifeguards with struggling swimmers they were tested to start out the week in Cape May county Wildwood beach patrol chief Steve stocks I like to see you more test runs this summer I'd like to have it up and running by next summer captain ed Schneider says the drone could be especially useful at night or during extreme weather we responded to situation and we deemed unsafe to put a rest cure in the water we now have technology that does not put a human being in harm's way reporter James flippin says the drone also dropped a dime marking where the swimmer is located eight four forty nine now I let those morning news the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning good morning our chief meteorologist Tom Terry get hot out there Joe we're going to go for day number two in the mid nineties we should stretch that out all the way to Friday with the heat building gradually also some widely scattered afternoon storms today future track showing best time for rain there I for between about four and seven o'clock tonight I think quieting down after that will be watching for some late afternoon scattered storms with a high of ninety six the heat index a big problem make sure you're hydrating well before you head outside and everybody Bala waters you drive into an event and that's what they need to be consuming had before they get their temperatures are going to be in the mid nineties all the way through Friday by the weekend Joe we're gonna be watching another chance for rain in fact higher chances for rain starting Saturday they extend a five day forecast for times an hour I'm Tom Tom now it is sunny it's warm eighty three at Orlando severe weather station take such purity for traffic after your one it's our crown thirty six lead the colonial and the Sam Blake at about thirty one minutes that's going to get better this also would disable blocking well he's twenty seven of nine thirty to watch you'll work with it by thirty five Amelia one you have to lay still on the turnpike northbound as you head now from Saint cloud unified state road four seventeen thank you just a few extra minutes to get through their honesty integrity and wanted to percent satisfaction protek air conditioning plumbing services online at protek AC dot com they have a service technician here you with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning we're helping you get to work on time I'm AT towards news ninety six point five W. D. B. R. your car yet not hang on because the brain can only shows coming up just a minute stay there hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point three seven five percent APR four point six five percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com re subject for a two point three percent see this is not a great offer cost information and conditions you will have a license in all fifty states and one hundred thirty thirty right lands for.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Knight foundation helping NPR advance journalistic excellence in the digital age this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep for women's World Cup that has been filled with excitement especially if you're cheering for the United States gets even more dramatic today the U. S. placed third ranked England in a semifinal game and Leon France NPR's Melissa block is there and joins us now hi there Melissa good morning Steve what's it like to be an American fan and journalist of course watching the action there it's been electric I mean the last game against France played in Paris was extraordinary this one tonight in Leone is against England as you say and it's gonna be a really interesting match up I mean you have the U. S. team that has three World Cup titles four Olympic gold medals to his name team USA is the prison favorite to win but look at England they're known as the lionesses they've been showing a just a huge amount of strength and speed and and slippery play on on the pitch and up until now England has never made the final in the World Cup so the real question is will today's match change that keep an eye on one star English player that's Ellen white she's an attacker he has five goals in four games which means she is tied with the US players Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe making ripping it was asked about this match up tonight's match against England she said we absolutely have our work cut out for us what has made Megan Rapinoe the standout name for the United States in these games gosh everything about her both on the pitch and off so she scored all four US goals in these last two games she has been outspoken throughout her career on human rights in LGBT Q. issues she made headlines for a spicy comment she made earlier this year when she said there is no bleeping way I'm going to the White House if the team wins the World Cup in trump responded with some some angry tweets of his own she is brilliant in place her strategy her execution she is a clear fan favorite let me re to the headline in the undead it's been on the website Deadspin when when the U. S. B. host country France in the last game here than his what they said purple haired lesbian goddess flattens France like a creep okay wow so there you go headline I think I maybe have never quite heard before all never before if repeat it was scoring all the goals we must note that nobody else on the US side is at least in those last couple of games what tell some of them down yeah well I mean they have been facing really strong teams of the really tough defenders and that's going to be no different tonight England has the defender Lucy bronze will be actually matched most likely up against Megan Pino look also at Alex Morgan Alex Morgan who scored five goals five of the US is thirteen goals in their first match against Thailand a much less experienced team of course five goals were but since then not a one an unclear whether she is injured not playing at full strength or just been defended extremely strongly she's been hacked a lot we've seen on the ground and she's been slogan up are the Americans already planning for the final well if you believe British tabloid newspapers they aren't there was a little mini scandal known as hotel gate here when the British team found but they call brass neck to members of the U. S. staff infiltrating the English teams based in other words the hotel then looked at the hotel where the teams that are playing in the final game what will be housed so would not be at all unusual that the U. S. team might be scouting out one of the British papers had a headline are these Americans stars too arrogant so we know about the what I have learned a new phrase brass necked our own brass necked Melissa block is covering the World Cup I'm not sure if that's a compliment Steve a bag I don't know if if if if it means tough if it means on top of things it is you Melissa okay well gosh the ex she's really on France this is NPR news KQED public radio morning edition is just ahead on the radio let's to get ten Anthony and I get a check of traffic.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"They were denied showers and medication a scare on Facebook's main campus near San Francisco after a suspicious package that may have been contain deadly sarin poison was discovered in the mailing facility it was tested and retested with both positive and negative results fire marshal John Johnston the fact that we have those signs or symptoms of anybody is is great so right now we're working on possible false positive which is great we just need to go there and find out more a new round of terrace on the E. you could make some of your favorite food and drink more expensive live to the foreign desk and corresponded Vicki Barker the US has long argued that Europe's Airbus has an unfair advantage because it received improper government subsidies so the trump administration is threatening to slap tariffs on some twenty one billion dollars worth of European goods including cheese pasta and Scotch and Irish whiskeys incidently the World Trade Organization has previously found that both sides on fairly subsidize their aircraft industries there may be some kind of WTO ruling on that later this year Deborah friends and fellow students mourned mackenzie loic at a vigil at the university of Utah let her know how much of an impact she made on my life let alone anyone else police believe the twenty three year old was murdered her body and personal belongings burned in the backyard of a home in Salt Lake City the man who lives there is in custody he has not yet been charged fans gather at angel stadium in LA to remember Tyler Skaggs the twenty seven year old picture died in Texas before yesterday's game all right I family because we come to like no se like every game for the July plans and trying to get ready for stuff but I'm like no I I need to go out there and pay my respects we say they do not suspect foul play Megan Rapinoe maybe her match at the World Cup semi finals in France today team USA takes on England and UK star Lucy bronze S. and P. futures down four this is CBS news politics policy in pop culture with CBS news chief Washington correspondent major.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And this reminds me a lot of the ninety nine USA. Mm-hmm. Is like we need help. We did this basically on our own if you help us now. Look, how quickly here's an example. Here's England for goodness sakes like that team in four years cow how quickly they've ascended. And now the Netherlands, it just takes four years of investment to see a pale. And it's interesting, right. Because Italy was one of those original powers in the early to mid eighties when the women's game was first being internationalized that, that was kind of at the four of those pre nineteen ninety one World Cup tournaments that were called like little World Cups, but they really do have a long history of women's football. So the Syria for women's football was launched there in the late nineteen sixties which if you look at all the other leagues in Europe when they first launched their women's leagues was way more like eighty s and even into the nineties. So the times of doing this for a long time, but you really start to notice it, and you see it in the Italian roster. Right. Like a lot of players on you Bantus a little bit more. From me line in Rome, these are big Italian clubs that are investing in just like we talked about in Spain. I think that club infrastructure will have a huge role in the future of women's football in Italy, because it's all already there. They do it. They do it big and I think they should be able to translate that to the women's game fairly easily. We've already seen event this fill their stadium. Right. Right. I, I can't agree more. Yeah. I mean semi there's not much to add you said it. So eloquently that anything I say would be, you know, it would be just chicken chicken liver. Yeah. That's what they always say, chopped liver, that you can. Ready for break, you could tell on you to break from soccer before your break, and we should mention next couple of days are are off days at the women's World Cup. So Kate, you've got a quick trip home, get with the family, but, of course, not far off is England USA, which is on the second which is what Tuesday we won't have another pod before, then, so real quick. And then we, we don't know who's injured what the Knox will be all that stuff. So let's not go too deep into the weeds. But gosh, just like we said Julie off the top of the show. Kate, like you think you get over this major hurdle. France, the final before the final, and like English just as good L what I mean pretty close. They were my one point five tier. I had Germany USA and Francis. My one tier and I had England at one point five. So obviously I am wrong. Some if that here that they are definitely a one in Germany should be the one point five for England and they're relying on that experience. And they do have a veteran side in the deeper stages of the tournament Lucy bronze isn't just the best right back in the world. I agree with Bill novel. At this point, she's been the best player in the tournament because of the impact that she has on both sides of the ball. This is the right back for England. She can she can bring it up. She can run she can create. She can strike it as we saw from a pupil still the gold tournament for me the third goal off a setpiece just a very interesting strike, too. 'cause she's able to keep it low, it's almost like a knuckleball because her follow-through doesn't exist. So that's a type of technique, that's not easy to do, especially from that angle, and he's just incredible. That's going to be on the right hand side. The Meghan repeat aside. And then he also has an Akita Perez, who. They just those two that partnership is special going forward and they create Ingles different ways that no one else does like Paris will come in and bronze will go out or bronze will overlap inside and Paris will come shore and then a forward will like ten like fan, Kirby will take that space, so lots of interchange of movement. Which means defensively, crystal done that basically had a one v. One battle the entire game against Francis Diani..

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Finished in the US to France in the hope Neons, dissipates quota fund on the wind as well. It's the two favorites who are going head to head in the end. It's the fending champions, who get the win over the hosts on this got a seven k. Kate. Everybody said these were the two best teams in the tournament. What are the Americans get right today as you do your celebrate Tori dance the final before the final, the US ends up victorious in large part because France again, did not show up on the big stage. They have so much talent. But they're key players did not execute in the vital moments. And that is the reason why United States is ahead. What are the US, get right in this match because we really thought this would be very competitive outside of the last, maybe ten minutes, a listener the American goalie nut tested all that much now. And that's key to this is that the United States pressed inherited France in Francis key playmakers. They're so good about using the central midfield to then, spray, the ball out wide. And then get numbers for it in advance of the ball to be the recipient on the service. None of that was working for France at a United States had lots of cover in the center of the box. They were well organized defensively in the final third. So even if for example, crystal done got the they always had an answer. So United States they get a couple of key conversions couple of counter attacks. And look what happened. The American manager Joe Ellis has. Been heavily heavily criticized. Does she today just hold her hands up and say what now exactly? I mean, if you are not a fan and Jill L as you need to stay quiet today. She made a big decision leaving Lindsey haram. The twenty eighteen US soccer player of the year out of the starting lineup the most complete midfielder that we have. And that's a huge call, but she did it 'cause she thought Sam US plays better. I think she did it 'cause Lindsey Iran happens to give up a lot of fouls. She concedes a lot of dangerous endanger spot. So I think it was a good call. And if you're Joel Ellis, it's like haters gonna hate. Hey, hey, right. A little more evidence of that American depth. We raised our eyebrows. When Allie Krieger said, we've got the best team in the second best team here. Maybe she was right. I hate that statement. I will never agree with that, that second eleven for the United States is not as good as the eleven from Germany and is not as good collectively as eleven from France, when France shows up, all right? So let's move forward Tuesday. It's the US and England where does this match breakdown from your perspective. It's gonna come down the flanks England did such an excellent job against Norway by moving the ball quickly one in two. Touch. They did not slow down the play even with pressure on them. I think it's going to be just a match up of two of the biggest giant like this France game. It's going to be, who's going to show up in that big moment. But the best player of the tournament, thus far has been Lucy bronze can she deliver that type of performance in the semis or the Americans have favorites for you here? Yeah. Again, because of experience. Let's take a look at the bracket two more games than on Saturday. We'll set our final food, semi-finals, Italy, Netherlands, Germany and Sweden a rivalry for the ages in women's football reminder as well. We're doing a daily podcast Kate night, you can find it wherever you.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Neville, told us all the stuff, you said yesterday, you thought maybe with some gamesmanship and turns out the two players wanna down the two centrebacks outnumber, right? Were right there in the starting eleven. Yeah. I think it's always smart. I mean not. Say that they didn't. They weren't question marks and Mushin is how big are those. Like what was the font on those Russian marksman knows like nine ten or was fifteen and really doubt when you get knocked on the ankle it hurts in the movement. Like, when it's, it's not a sprain, like you had to play through the pain. So I'm not surprised at how and played the illness. So, you know, Milly bright, she was that said she got she got put a tough test today. It looked like she was told to shut down Graham Hanson, from Norway, and she definitely harried Hanson enough. The Hanson, probably had her worst performance of the World Cup. Even though she stills on the bulletin to just wasn't as effective with the ball. When we saw the Norway lineup is soon as it came out. We were know if it was in the green room or in one of these hallways here, you kinda hinted that you knew what the plan was going to be as soon as you saw the lineup. What did you mean by that? And do they get it wrong? So at lend they like to play a four four two. So when uplands not in the lineup you know, that's she come. She comes in the second half as a forward is one of the two, you know. That they're going to go more defensive because then they kinda still play or save now comes in for outland and she plays that right wing bat. Right. Mid and she does a lot of defensive tracking because what they're trying to do is shut down the wings. But on she plays more on the right hand side. So today, you could just tell it was more about Mindy, like I just think the, the ball movement was so incredible from England, especially Lucy bronze on the second goal Ellen white starts that. So this is what's Ellen white had a great game. But it's not just because we're finishing or even her dummy that she might say done that we all know she was probably trying to shoot it. It just went through a legs. But what she did is she got that ball off the back played it quick to Lucy bronze continue to run. And then Lucy bronze played that beautiful ball into parachute. Then let it go. I mean, it was just so worked that it was impressive in the Jill Scott. Right. That was another player who's played in three World Cups, and has now scored in every World Cup. She's played in, but it's really Hurley riding runs and the timing of those that's impeccable because. Offense. That's really tough to pick up and the midfield from Norway very similar to do their game against Nigeria could not keep up with the pace, not baseness early on, like overall quality or what I think of their careers. But if I had to pick a full were left in this competition right now based on today's form. I think I'd take Ellen white, and I include Alex Morgan in that. Do you think she's the best forward left on form? I think her ability find pockets of space and quickly released the ball and the accuracy that comes along with her being so composed. It's almost like the game slows down for her in the box because her ability to skipper, footwork right to hit at one time. And also, it's a quality of service is getting some excellent service, and then other times, she isn't she needs to take that a second touch, but that I touch controls the ball so well. So I think yell abra Bush wrote this, and she said, you know, the one thing in the always does. Well as it strikes the ball really, really. Well, there's the technique on the ball in terms of passing and straight driving. The ball is just so good. And I. You can see that Ellen white her on the half turn her with her back to goal. She just knows where to be, and she's calm in those big moments to put away. So right now, she is, as full Noah put droppable, and I think that's a really good adjective for. So we.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The women's World Cup. Quarter-final line-up, sits starting with England against no away at US against France. Of course, the big clash, let's get a preview with set and Kate. Thank you very much. Adrian for I think a pretty good match ups to preview. Let's dive right in on England and Norway on Thursday. This a rematch of a knockout round game from four years ago. England one that one in route to a third place finish in Kate the favorites, again, here, may I know I may want revenge but I don't think they're going to be able to overcome England who just has quality from front to back the big concerns for England though is there slower back line and their two main centrebacks might be unquestioned Steph out in the captain picked up an ankle injury after a nasty tackle with the Cameroonian player and Millie bright is suffering from a virus that's running through camp. So this could be Phil Neville, just saying, I'm not sure maybe distracting a little bit or it could be caused for concern. What about this English attack? A lot of good pieces, who's one that really has to step up against Norway. Let's Nikita Peres. She's so dominant on the right hand side, and she's so good at taking players on but also bring other players in the attack, especially Lucy bronze the right back. That's just an incredible pairing on that, right? Hand side and their strength. Mirrors Norway's weakness. Which is there? Left-back Mendis struggled all tournament long. So I imagine that they're going to look to target that. And look to find Ellen white and as four goals in three games at the number nine for England. So I think I think he's gonna win this one talk Norway, without mentioning caroliina Graham Hansen. She wears the number ten in case he's one of the best players in this tournament, how she stood out, you know, we knew about are coming in, but we didn't know how good she would be. Then all of a sudden, we see you take these responsibilities step up and be the one to take PK's to send her team into the knockout rounds. And this is a player that is so good on the ball can put texture and build other players in, but more importantly, just soccer knowledge, he knows when other teams.

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

"An experience for the rest of the world stubby. Oh, I'm not talking about the college experience like sitting in a dorm on talking about playing like like Lucy bronze playing at UNC that shaped her. Well, look at where she played right? She shaped what is Lucy bronze and the English team traditionally missing besides depth in resources. They were missing him in Tallahassee. They were missing a fitness level of ninety minutes. What are you going to get at UNC more than anything other than the best motivator that has ever existed in Anson Dorrance, and fitness and mentality? That is the reason why the United States is one for so long was because of what he built, but those were the two pillars on which the United States is built upon. All right. So let's get to today's action Friday June fourteenth. We had a triple header of games nice action in group d some action out of group c as well. We usually have been going chronological order, but I want to make sure that we get to the like, good games, or the good performances. You know what I don't know if it was like a good game or a good performance. I think it's, it's the match that needs to be discussed the most and for me that is that's England and Argentina because I really truly believe. If you've listened to the podcast, you know, that really truly believing means nothing because I'm superfluid on how I feel about literally every team in this tournament. But I really really truly feel like like, England the way it's set up is, is going to be at least in a semi-final, right? I feel that way looking at the bracket, and yet there wasn't. There was a very good first half against Scotland. Then Scotland got that game to within a goal with twelve minutes to play and how to chance to steal points today against an Argentina side that we know as brave and courageous they were to get a point against Japan. We know is, is just extremely overmatched against England both in terms of talent in terms of preparation in terms of support from their FA. So when I see England needing. A goal. Late really to struggling struggling struggling before they finally break through it just the prizes me man. And as much as I want to credit Argentine, I'm just starting to get really worried about this English team in their ability. Frankly, to score which I never thought I would say given their attacking talent. I think it's been very hard to assess ability based on these group stage games, thus far I think it's going to have to be from a point of view from a bunch of games put together argentino was two nations and organiz in professional capacity. That is the best bunker. I've seen in the World Cup by far the most organizations, they're worse there was space today that Japan didn't create. But because the way in the delivering the final ball in the box England was lacking, but they did break through and they capitalize on the moment when Argentina foolishly came out of that bunker and they executed, right? A beautiful ball off from Beth meet on the left who I was like I was tweeting, unlike she needs to. Okay. Well, if they don't play, well, it's going to be a long day because you could just tell on the right hand side. They were off in terms of their service a couple times. Paris kits online misses everybody bronze getting online hitting it to the near post known was finding that slot run. Because at that point, all the defenders are basically on the six and everything was shut down. And that's where they kept hitting it meet has this beautiful one time bending ball in behind the back line and Jodie Taylor. Smartly sits on the back shoulder in between the center back and the left back who were bowl watching and staying with their line if you notice that man Mark as much as just stay with their lines they were sitting dropping as a group of floor, and then the players would kind of fill in their less. They're more concerned about the zone and vertically being aligned with one another. So I think England we haven't seen the best of England but I think Argentina is better than anyone anticipated in. It's taking two teams with completely different styles out of the rhythm..

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"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"lucy bronze" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Think this is a team that definitely could win it as well as we've seen Foudy. I'm curious when we're back in the states where we have this opportunity to watch all these teams play one there. There are certain teams at stand out there like oh, they're really tough to be obviously France being the host country is the one that's giving a lot of attention. Not only for the result, but also their performance. My question is, who else is generating buzz on the ground there? I mean, I haven't been able to watch all games in their entirety. But what I saw Germany didn't impress me that I didn't see the entire the entire game I would say probably the one that. Gives me outside of France. The most pause in terms of being able to be the United States is England, and especially England in that first half against Scotland. I thought that you know, Nikita Paris was phenomenal. We know already about Lucy bronze and how phenomenal she can be? Frank Kirby didn't have the game of her life, nor did Beth Mead yet, you know, they're still playing. All right. And that's a team with DEP. I mean, they're, they're bringing off the bench. Karen Carney and. And you look at all the layers, they now have before Kate when we've been talking about England for the last decade, you could name, you know, they're key players on one hand. Right. And then you'd go up, but, you know, maybe they don't have the depth than this position or that position. And now you look at them and go, not only do they have the depth. They have the confidence. And it looks like they're playing with the little swagger. So I like England and I know that's not nearly as good as they can play. They said the same thing. But that's a that's a very good team. Both of you have England in the one point five tiers that in my remembering did Foudy have won five. I the only about doing one point five. Because he was the one point two three. Jacks, Ian was in dark. It was heading had them at one, right? On the only one that was like, yeah, but I want to see them for ninety minutes. They still are one point five for me only because of that second half. But Julia they want. Are they to your one now for you? England. I would put them tier one. Yes, VM going with it do it. That way we haven't gonna fight. We'd be courageous that brave statement. Stepping out on that limb. Look, let's let's dive in really quick what we've got the time on the US team. I know they're playing Thailand tomorrow. So maybe we don't need a full scouting report of what is gonna look look like Julie. Maybe the only question left around this, starting eleven before we said farewell to you during the preview show, was would it be Lindsey Horon or Samuel? You've been around the team or twenty four hours out now where do you see Jill LS making that decision? I would I would be. Hypothesizing here. But I think she's going to go. Jill Ellison is going to go with Sam yoU', although I would I think that I would like to see haram. Get those minutes and that confidence, because as we've talked about her if Horon is playing confident and well then she can be such a game changer. And you know, already and Samuel you have that. So. I think she's going to go with US, but I'm hoping it's haram just to get her back up to speed. Also, I would be surprised if it was music. Would you be surprised surprised? I think it would be crushing her confidence because then what you wanna do. You wanna get them both playing at the same level that then you can make that choice in that game that you think one of them could have a bigger advantage. Right. I would say newes she's really good at connecting a little bit higher up. Her can hit those longer unlocking balls. Right. And she's an excellent target on set pieces. Both of them are. But I think.

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