Women’s World Football Show, Episode 153 features an exclusive interview with Netherlands Defender Dominique Bloodworth; and FIFA Women’s World Cup Team Reporter Emma Coolen.
The Netherlands Women’s National Football Team is one of the most exciting national teams in the world today – men or women! In this episode, we take a look at this very interesting team on the heels of their 2nd-place finish at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and as they prepare to defend their UEFA Women’s Championship title.
What makes the Oranje Leeuwinnen so special? Why are these players turning into household names throughout the world? We put on our orange and take a deep dive into the team, the players, and the resilient work ethic and beliefs that drive the Dutch to be the best!
What makes a successful footballer? One only has to look at the career of Dominique Bloodworth to find out. In this exclusive interview, Dominique shares her journey from a football-dreaming youth to one of the best defenders in women’s football. Hard work, resilience, and the determination to continue to test herself is at the core of this role model’s existence.
Listen in as Dominique accesses her World Cup experience, what it means to be a professional footballer, her decision to leave Arsenal for Wolfsburg, and more. If you’re not a Dominique Bloodworth fan, you will be after this episode! (12′)
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 team reporter for the Netherlands, KRC Genk Ladies defender, and overall great person – Emma Coolen stops by to chat all-things Dutch football. It’s been awhile since we’ve had Emma on the show, so we have lots to catch up on. Emma gives us an inside look into her job as Netherlands team reporter at the World Cup, the team itself, the growth of the women’s game in the Netherlands, and more! (44′)
Photo Courtesy of: Royal Dutch Football Association
Original Broadcast Date: August 25, 2019
Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited & produced by Patty La Bella.
Additional assistance for this episode by Eefje Janus (FlowSports); and Emma Coolen.
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