Episode 117: Women’s World Football Show features interviews with Sky Blue FC Head Coach Denise Reddy; Brighton & Hove Albion striker Katie Natkiel; University of South Florida Head Coach Denise Schilte-Brown and midfielder Katie Kitching.
Sky Blue FC Head Coach Denise Reddy is a New Jersey native who has come full circle. Starting her career as NSCAA All-American at Rutgers University, Denise played internationally for 11 years as a centerback for Umea IK and Malmo FF in Sweden, and coached in three different countries. Now, Denise has made her way back home to coach Sky Blue FC. Denise shares with us her unique soccer journey, what coming home means to her, what the fans can expect from her new-look New Jersey side, and more! (15:30’)
One of the most progressive clubs in the FAWSL is Brighton and Hove Albion, who are enjoying a great debut season in FAWSL 2. A big part of the team’s success has been striker Kate Natkiel. In this interview Kate, who has recently signed with Next Gen Sport Solutions Ltd., talks about the season so far for Brighton, what it’s like working with Hope Powell, her prolific spell at Watford, coming through the ranks at Arsenal and more. ! (45’)
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University of South Florida
Our postgame college correspondent Alana “AJ” Johnson is back and she’s brought with her a couple of great interviews from South Florida. First up is USF Head Coach Denise Schilte-Brown who shares her thoughts on the changing collegiate game, what she’s learned over the course of her career and more. Then, we hear from USF midfielder and England native Katie Kitching who talks about her life in the states and a few things she’d like to forget. (1:10:00’)
Cups o’ Plenty with recaps on SheBelieves Cup, Algarve Cup and Cyprus Cup; A look at the 2018 U-20 Women’s World Cup draw; Christen Press vs. Houston Dash… And MORE!
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