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PawedCast Episode 106: Jasmyne Spencer Interview, OCSC, Revs, Dallas, Pride, OCB

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It’s a rare PawedCast when we get to talk about three wins and a draw but that’s what we’ve got for you this week. We’re breaking down Orlando City’s 6-1 win over the New England Revolution and a 0-0 draw against FD Dallas in a productive double game week. We’ve got plenty of decisions to discuss, like the red card handed to New England (and its subsequent rescinding) and the ineligible player situation against Dallas. Plus our Man of the Match picks for both games.

We’ve also got plenty to say about OCB’s road win at Richmond, thanks to Hadji Barry’s late goal. And the Pride went to Shield-winning North Carolina and got the win but lost Camila in the process. We’re talking about that, plus the team’s historic first playoff game at Portland not only among ourselves but also with Pride forward Jasmyne Spencer! She’s here to let you know the Pride are ready for all challenges — something that’s been a theme this season.

Plus, we’ve got a little salacious story from TMZ, our #AskTMLPC mailbag, and the upcoming USMNT World Cup qualifiers.

How No. 106 brought it home:

0:12- The Lions put the Revs on full blast but didn’t quite have enough ammo left over to get one past FC Dallas. Might those three points come from Dallas anyway? We discuss that, plus OCB, the Pride, Camila, the Portland Thorns, and more.

56:30- Jasmyne Spencer joins us to tell us about how she slept through the Pride clinching a playoff spot, how excited she is to be part of a team banging on all cylinders, and how the team is confident going into Portland.

1:11:19- The mailbag wants to know about Jason Kreis’ comments about the fans, the possibility of a Dallas forfeit, why Cyle Larin hasn’t started, and more. Plus our look ahead at the USMNT and our takes on “adulting at Disney.”

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