Tag: USWNT

» July 3, 2019

The US defeated England last night, in one of the most thrilling games of the tournament. It had everything: Great goals, great passes, a goal taken away by VAR, a […]

» July 2, 2019

It’s just like every action movie; no matter how many bad guys keep coming and no matter how good they are, the good guy will always win. They’ll pull off […]

» June 28, 2019

The main reason the US is better than France isn’t that the US has better players, though they do. And the US certainly isn’t better than France because they have […]

» June 26, 2019

After a lovely trip to Newcastle and a conference on social and political philosophy concluded, I am back in France and ready to brave the weather to see some exciting […]

» June 24, 2019

I have, at times, been a Jill Ellis apologist. But not today.

» June 21, 2019

Tomorrow begins the knockout stage. While we all take a break today, here is a preview for each match. If you want a bit more detail on a couple of […]

» June 20, 2019

June 20: Matchday 14 The group stage is over. It took 14 days and 32 games to eliminate a grand total of eight teams. It’s actually kind of a silly […]

» June 16, 2019

June 16: Matchday 10 Sweden 5 – 1 Thailand Sweden get the three points, as expected, and pretty easily in the process. This group is very strange, with both of […]

» June 14, 2019

Ada Hegerberg doesn’t play for Norway. But this isn’t a piece about if she should or shouldn’t play for them. Alex Morgan plays for the Orlando Pride and US women’s national […]

» June 12, 2019

I think I finally settled on my feelings and how I see this game. And in those thoughts a few things are true. None of them are the fault of the players. 

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