What I’m Reading: Women’s World Cup Edition
Updated: Jan 1, 2020
There has been a lot of great content happening around the lead up to the Women’s World Cup kicking off on Friday.
I wanted to take the time to highlight some of the things I’ve been reading and finding the most engaging as we prepare for the 2019 event.
Reports of Germany’s Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated and A Beginners Guide to the Women’s World Cup by Charles Olney
Charles is one one of the people I always look forward to seeing what he comes up with. His preview is a great guide to the World Cup and makes things a bit easier to wrap your head around. And well, Germany is not out of this by a long shot.
France at the World Cup: Could This Be The Year? by Allison Cary
No one loves France like Allison loves France. And after reading this piece you may also love France.
This Is the Most Anticipated Women’s World Cup Ever. But Corruption and Abuse Still Block Women From Soccer by Shireen Ahmed.
It is heartbreaking and maddening o read this piece but it is a piece that should be required reading for all.
SBNation Women’s World Cup Top Fifty Players by SBNation Staff.
This is a very well done piece and a very nice piece to look at. Find these players in games and watch. They are amazing.
The one thing every World Cup contender needs to win it all by Kim McCauley
Kim is one of the best there is and this is a great piece on what each team needs to go the distance.
We Put Too Many Expectations on Alex Morgan by RJ Allen
What? If I won’t promote my work, who will?
Tierna Davidson remains unbothered by Steph Yang
Tierna Davidson is pretty rad and Steph Yang is great at writing about rad people.