Tuesday, September 24, 2019

The teams at the Women’s World Cup are overwhelmingly coached by Men

The World Cup is under way with each team playing at least 1 match. The tournament is supposed to be a great opportunity to showcase some of the best female athletes in the world. However the Women’s National Teams for the 24 countries competing are overwhelmingly coached by men.

The USWNT did nothing wrong in celebrating against Thailand

The #USWNT scored 13 goals against Thailand, a World Cup record. But, folks on social media took offense to the way the US celebrated each goal.

A Newcomers Guide to the US Women’s National Team and the World Cup

New to soccer? There's no shame in watching the World Cup with no soccer experience. Here's a guide for soccer newcomers, including Women's World Cup history, World Cup organization, an introduction to the #USWNT, and a terms dictionary. Remember, it's called Football

The USWNT helping Tottenham supporters out a bit

Last Saturday sucked for @Spurs supporters, but the USWNT softened the blow by cheering on the Spurs in the UEFA Champions League Final, and hanging out with the Lilywhites as the USWNT are using the Tottenham training ground to prepare for the World Cup.

Megan Rapinoe’s pink hair is perfect

Megan Rapinoe died her hair pink. It's amazing.

Breaking Down USWNWT’s Group F

The USWNT drew Sweden, Thailand and Chile in their Group F of the World Cup this summer. While the Yanks won't face much resistance from Thailand or Chile, the US and Sweden have a very interesting history.

The case for Sam Mewis

She may not be in the USWNT's favored starting eleven, but Sam Mewis has the potential to be one of the most valuable players on the roster.

What Tierna Davidson’s injury means for the US Women’s National Team and college soccer

Stanford and USWNT center back Tierna Davidson broke her ankle in a college soccer game and will miss World Cup Qualifying as a result. Her injury has ramifications for both the immediate future of the USWNT and the role for college soccer among pro-ready high schoolers.

US soccer midfield will be under all the pressure in upcoming friendlies

US soccer has a few tough upcoming friendlies, made tougher by the forwards brought in by manager Dave Sarachan.

The USMNT’s friendlies this year may be more destructive than anything

The US Men's National Team has five upcoming friendlies against some of the best teams in the world, but no permanent manager. There's disaster on the horizon.
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