A women's soccer show from CBS Sports covering the NWSL, WSL, US Women's National Team and more. Attacking Third will bring you insider analysis, commentary, preview & recaps while tackling the biggest news stories from the sport you love. Hosts Jenny Chiu, Lisa Carlin, Jordan Angeli, Darian Jenkins and Sandra Herrera welcome a rotating cast of guests from former and current players for interviews and analysis. Watch Attacking Third LIVE on CBS Sports' Golazo Network Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4pm ET. This is your podcast for the latest news and stories from the world of soccer.
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I listened early on and really liked Sandra and Lisa’s chemistry which is what hooked me. They do good work and have great analysis and interesting opinions. The new format of the “podcast” does not offer the same conversational style between friends that I came to enjoy. I like the new voices and CBS’ investment into covering the women’s game but I can’t listen to this. Bring back the small scale conversational style with these new analyst and commentators and then I’ll be back.
Look, this show used to be a bright spot in a long week. But the current format is pointless. The analysis isn’t as good and the show has been fully co-opted by women who don’t really know that much about the NWSL and are mostly talking about the European teams. I want Sandra Herrera back. (Lisa’s fine, but Sandra’s where it’s at.) I just unfollowed the podcast for the record — listening to this isn’t worth anyone’s time.
I’ve been a listener since the beginning but can’t listen after the change in format. Sandra and Lisa were the best.
This was the best women’s soccer podcast, but then they went and changed the format which has made it unlistenable to me. Too many people talking over each other, fake banter, and too little analysis. What is this mess, and why the format change??? I tried to stick with it but have unsubscribed now. Bring back Sandra and Lisa!
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this podcast launched 2 years ago and published 490 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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