Unnamed Soccer Show – USWNT seals place among legends

Darren and Jordan break down the USWNT’s dominating 5-2 win over Japan in the 2015 Women’s World Cup Final and discuss how this team has now sealed its place among the greatest teams in women’s soccer history.

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  2. Cecil Treadwell

    Yes! San Diego was the third largest television audience behind Kansas City and St. Louis. Hello everyone! What does that tell us?!
    The sport of soccer is ready to explode within the U.S. market and San Diego is in the most enviable situation to capitalize on that popularity explosion.
    SOCCER is the sport that will generate more revenue than any other sport in San Diego provided the City knows how to fully take advantage of the opportunity.
    We need a new stadium in Mission Valley that is designed PRIMARILY around the sport of SOCCER and secondarily around the sport of football.
    The secret for accommodating both sports is to build a stadium like the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
    The genius of this design is its portable natural grass field that rolls outside the stadium to soak up optimum hours of essential sunlight each week or longer.
    This assures the natural Bermuda grass field is kept in tip top condition.
    San Diego has enough room for at least TWO of these portable fields.
    One for SOCCER and one for football.
    This provides the WIN – WIN – WIN SOLUTION we are all looking for.

  3. Cecil Treadwell

    Building new small, medium, and large stadiums is the best way to advance the opportunities of girl’s and women’s soccer. Each community must move forward prudently in accordance with its own demand for soccer, but soccer will overtake football in overall popularity.

  4. Cecil Treadwell

    When you watch the men’s World Cup you soon understand how grueling the process is from day one. Three intense matches in a week’s time. Only three substitutions per game!
    It doesn’t take long to understand the youngest teams have the edge in prevailing to the later rounds. Experience is important, but endurance and quick rejuvenation are even more important. The women’s team is going to have to be younger and younger with each successive World Cup in order to be competitive in the context of other younger and better prepared teams becoming the norm.