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Brandi Chastain’s New Rules for Pro Soccer Series 4

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Brandi Chastain drops to killer advice for FIFA and UEFA people to chew on. Rule changes don’t come easy but when they involve goals and seeing if the ball crosses the line, there are millions of Euros hanging in the ballance. Here is what she says about the instant replay in soccer and changing the distance a defender needs to be from the ball on a free kick. Special thanks to Keith Thomas, AKA Mr. Truckee, for some “brass-tacks” soccer questions!





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Rockin out with Brandi Chastain




Glad I had on my lucky shirt for quality programming.

Brandi Chastain Series Part 2 Reach Up!

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Brandi Chastain shares impacting others, specifically young girls with Reach-Up!, her foundation to enrich the lives of females through sports. Great philosophy to follow for coaches, teachers and parents as well as kids.
Watch what she says about helping others think about what they want in life. She doesn’t just preach or offer advice or ask that lousy question, “What do you want to be when you grow up/” It is something far more powerful and personal.





Go to Brandi’s site- www.brandisworld.com and check it out. Cool resources for players!


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Brandi Chastain talks about uplifting others beyond the World Cup




Brandi Chastain signs an autograph.

Brandi Chastain signs an autograph.




Brandi Chastain ESPN 2011

Brandi Chastain ESPN Womens World Cup Soccer 2011

Brandi Chastain Series 1 ESPN and Teamwork

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Brandi Chastain gives great advice about teamwork and how ESPN commentary stretched her as a player and a professional. She tells it like it is about players Abbie Wambach, Alex Morgan and Michelle Aakers, and a little about Christine Lilly, Julie Faudy,and Mia Hamm. Women’s World Cup 2011 is discussed but more importantly the qualities of Abbie Wambach and Alex Morgan that you should emulate so you can uplift YOUR game.




Brandi Chastain on ESPN coverage of the 2011 Women's World Cup