I have, at times, been a Jill Ellis apologist. But not today.
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: 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: 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 […]
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 […]
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.
June 11: Matchday 5 New Zealand 0 – 1 Netherlands I was only able to watch about 20 minutes of this game (see below in the Notes), but I followed […]
I just attended my first World Cup game featuring the United States, my home country. A game which they won by an absurd margin. Am I happy? No. I feel […]
There has been a lot of great content happening around the lead up to the Women’s World Cup kicking off on Friday. I wanted to take the time to highlight […]
Alex Morgan has over 100 caps and 100 games for her national team. She has a World Cup title. She’s has an Olympic gold medal at home too. And an NWSL title. And a Champions League title.