On the latest episode of Soccer Morning, temporary host Jonathan Tannenwald interviews Kevin Kinkead, Stephanie Yang and Tim Melia.
Jonathan kicks off today’s show with Kevin Kinkead (CBS Philadelphia) as they look back at Philadelphia’s penalty kick loss against Sporting Kansas City in the 2015 U.S. Open Cup final.
Stephanie Yang (SBNation) then comes on the show to preview Thursday’s NWSL final in Portland, Oregon.
Jonathan closes out today’s show with Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper Tim Melia as they discuss Sporting’s US Open Cup victory & his journey to Kansas City.
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