Goal’s “All Of Us” Season 2 kicks off with Carli Lloyd

Major football publisher Goal has kicked off season 2 of their popular US Women’s Soccer show “All of Us” with a footballing superstar.

Launching ahead of the 2021 summer Olympics, “All Of Us: The U.S. Women’s Soccer Show” provided unrivalled insight and analysis of the US Women’s National Team’s (disappointing) medal campaign.

Goal womens’ soccer correspondents Seth Vertelney and Ameé Ruszkai return for season two with the promise of speaking to the best guests and tackling the biggest issue in the women’s game.

Launching last week, Episode one certainly lived up to that promise as the pair were joined by US Womens’ soccer royalty Carli Lloyd who spoke about her long career as she prepares to call time on her career after over 300 appearances for USWNT.

When asked why she was hanging up her boots now rather than emulating evergreen NFL quarterback Tom Brady Lloyd said:

“Well, Tom Brady doesn’t have to have kids, that’s the one thing for starters! My husband and I are eventually going to start a family so the kind of the clock of ticking on that.”

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She went on to add that she would rather it was her making the call on when she ended her playing career.

“I don’t think every athlete gets the opportunity to dictate when they go out, to dictate if they’re on top of not. I’ve always wanted my career to be dictated by me making decisions”.

Her comments on the show were picked up by a variety of national publications stateside including Fox News.

You can hear more from “All Of Us: The US Women’s Soccer Show” weekly on the Sport Social Podcast network.

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Football Social Daily launches “The Dugout”

Daily Premier League podcast Football Social Daily has launched a brand new show for the 2021/22 season.

“The Dugout” has been added to the raft of daily shows offering football fans around the world an expert-led preview into all the best of the weekend’s Premier League action.

Regular host Niall McCaughan is joined each show by a rotating cast of former Premier League heroes to offer their insight and knowledge on playing the game at the very highest level.

Manchester City hero Paul Dickov, West Ham record signing Matt Jarvis and Southampton Legend Francis Benali are all amongst the former professionals involved in the new show which McCaughan says has been a pleasure to work on.

“We all have an opinion on the game at the top level, but it’s great to hear first hand the thoughts of those who have played it. A lot of the guys are still close to their former clubs and often have some great stories to share about life as a top flight player.”

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You can listen to “The Dugout” every week on the Football Social Daily podcast feed. A new show is published every Friday night in the build-up to the weekend of Premier League matches.

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