Maia Macdonald and Krystine Summers discuss their women’s soccer fandom and France plans in the lead up to the World Cup this summer.
Later in the episode, they discuss the origins of the modern game (both men & women) and how the game was forced down two different paths, leading to permanent ramifications in the women’s game today. They also delve into the very first FIFA Women’s World Cup in China in 1991 and even play a game of two truths, one lie.
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