Podcast: Episode 3 – PR disasters, accidental title fights, and angry fans

It’s been a traumatic month for Lyon, but Sam (@OZOL1950), Arianna (@AScavs), Nick (@NicholasMamo), and Rabeeta (@OffsideBeet) bravely overcame their anxiety to discuss all things going wrong for OL, including the fallout from Bruno Genesio’s contract extension (or lack thereof), but also the fact that OL Féminin might not win their 1000th title because they forgot how to score.

Have a listen below! You will also find timestamps for specific topics if you’d like to jump around. If there are any topics you’d like us to cover, just tweet at any one of us, or you can send an email to LyonOffside@gmail.com.

 

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Podcast: Episode 3 – PR disasters, accidental title fights, and angry fans

It’s been a traumatic month for Lyon, but Sam (@OZOL1950), Arianna (@AScavs), Nick (@NicholasMamo), and Rabeeta (@OffsideBeet) bravely overcame their anxiety to discuss all things going wrong for OL, including the fallout from Bruno Genesio’s contract extension (or lack thereof), but also the fact that OL Féminin might not win their 1000th title because they forgot how to score.

Have a listen below! You will also find timestamps for specific topics if you’d like to jump around. If there are any topics you’d like us to cover, just tweet at any one of us, or you can send an email to LyonOffside@gmail.com.

 

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Fleury Faux Pas: Lessons From An Unexpected Draw

Can a result be a shock without being a surprise? Just days after slotting four goals past perennial European powerhouse Wolfsburg on the Germans’ own field, Lyon were unexpectedly held to a 1-1 draw by FC Fleury 91–D1 Féminine’s sixth-place club. And yet it somehow felt like this was always coming.

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Podcast: Episode 2 – Barcelona, Memphis, and taking over the NWSL

The Lyon Offside crew is still up to no good. This week, Sam (@OZOL1950), Arianna (@AScavs), Nick (@NicholasMamo), and Rabeeta (@OffsideBeet) talk about all the latest involving our favorite bi-polar French team, as well as their better half, OL Féminin.

If there are any topics you’d like us to cover, just tweet at any one of us, or you can send an email to LyonOffside@gmail.com.

Have a listen below! You will also find timestamps for specific topics if you’d like to jump around.

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It’s here! Lyon Offside’s first ever podcast!

You asked, we listened.

The Lyon Offside team finally got together and put together an English language podcast. Sam (@OZOL1950), Arianna (@AScavs), Nick (@NicholasMamo), and Rabeeta (@OffsideBeet) take a stab at covering both the men’s and women’s teams, their upcoming matches, and everyone’s unfavorite coach, Bruno Genesio.

If there are any topics you’d like us to cover, just tweet at any one of us, or you can send an email to LyonOffside@gmail.com.

Have a listen to our very first podcast below!

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Whose Penalty Is It Anyway? A Closer Look At OL Féminin From The Spot

Death.  Taxes.  And Saki Kumagai scoring penalties for Lyon.  For years, those were the three things we could all count on.  But nothing lasts forever (except maybe Lyon’s dominance in D1 Féminine), and things took a turn as last season came to a close.  Kumagai saw a penalty saved, Coach Pedros began shuffling the deck, and all of a sudden the world’s most lethal team has become decidedly less lethal from the spot.

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No Metz-ing Around As OL Féminin Win Again

Did last-place FC Metz ever really stand a chance in this one?  No, not really.  But Lyon have always emphasized that it’s important to take every opponent seriously, and they did just that on Saturday.  The 5-0 win keeps OL in first place, two points ahead of PSG, as the showdown between the top two draws nearer. Continue reading “No Metz-ing Around As OL Féminin Win Again”