KNSS WoSo Podcast | March 3, 2014 | Houston Dash Randy Waldrum

KNSSWoSoThis is the fourth installment of the NEW Keeper Notes WoSo Weekly Podcast.

In this week’s episode, Keeper Notes’ Jen Cooper interviews the Head Coach of the Houston Dash, Randy Waldrum.

Randy discusses his off-season and the process of creating the roster and which tryout players he wants to bring to see for an additional look.

Waldrum talks about how he worked with the front office to prepare for preseason with the roster challenges and the Algarve & Asian Cups call-ups.

They discuss the advantages of the Dash being aligned with the Houston Dynamo from the front office, training facilities, and stadium perspectives.  They continue with how instrumental Canetti, DiCicco, and Ching interacted as a team when they were drafting players and with other front office issues.

He talks how the Dash wants to be the standard for NWSL for professionalism with attention to details.  In addition, he discusses the Dash’s relationship with the Houston Aces.

Finally, Waldrum talks about his brief pro career and how he can relate to NWSL players.

And so much more!

Listen and leave us your comments on the show below.

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Updated: March 3, 2014 — 10:12 am

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  1. As an American living in England am afraid you have not done your research about Arsenal women soccer team. For the last 15 years have had more support from the Arsenal family than any other women soccer team in England, only recently surpassed by Liverpool, Manchester City and Notts County ladies. They also train at St Albans, the same place thier mens team train and sometimes play some of thier games at the Emirates. As seen here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjhuDdF7FKE

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