Yank Women on Foreign WNT & WYNTs 2019

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  1. BostonRed

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    Canada-Mexico friendly:



    Jocelyn Orejel & Kiana Palacios start.



    Janine Beckie & Nichelle Prince start.
     
  2. BostonRed

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  3. BostonRed

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    Beckie assist:





    Lindsay Agnew on the bench, DNP. Emily Alvarado DNP.

    https://twitter.com/CanadaSoccerEN/status/1129804873019604992
     
  4. BostonRed

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  5. BostonRed

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  6. BostonRed

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  8. BostonRed

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    This should open things up in Mexico for Mexican-American players next season:

     
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  9. BostonRed

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    Jamaica names their WWC squad:



    It says "23", there are only 22 listed.

    Sydney Schneider (UNC Wilmington)
    Nicole McClure (Sion Swifts WFC),
    Chantelle Swaby (Rutgers University),
    Dominique Bond-Flasza (PSV Eindhoven),
    Allyson Swaby (AS Roma),
    Toriana Patterson (Pink Bari),
    Lauren Silver (Tornndheims),
    Chinyelu Asher (Stabak),
    Marlo Sweatman (Szent Mihály),
    Kayla McCoy (Houston Dash),
    Sade Adomolekun (United Soccer Alliance),
    Cheyna Matthews (Washington Spirit)
     
  10. JanBalk

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    Jun 9, 2004
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    Yes, they don't relay have surname in Iceland. 'Brynjarsdottir' literally means Brynjars daughter and on Iceland it actually have just that meaning. Unlike the rest of Scandinavia where patronymic have turned into regular surname.
     
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  11. BostonRed

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    Cameroon named 2 Yanks to their WWC squad:

    Cameroon squad for Women's World Cup:

    Goalkeepers: Annette Ngo Ndom (FAP Amazone, Cameroon), Marthe Omgmaham (Awa FC,Cameroon), Mambingo Mambingo Isabelle (Sunshine Queens, Nigeria)

    Defenders: Christine Manie (AS Lorraine, France), Marie Awona (Dijon, France), Augustine Edjangue Siliki (Arna Bjornar, Norway), Claudine Meffometou Tcheno (Guingamp, France), Yvonne Leuko (Strasbourg, France), Estelle Laura Johnson (Sky Blue,USA), Ysis Sonkeng (Amazone Fap, Cameroon)

    Midfielders: Raissa Feudjio (Tenerife, Spain), Genevieve Ngo Mbeleck (Amazone Fap, Cameroon), Grace Ngock Yango (Saint Malo, France), Marlyse Ngo Ndoumbouk (Nancy, France), Therese Abena (Louves Minproff), Charlene Meyong Menene (Louves Minproff, Cameroon)

    Forwards: Madelaine Ngono Mani (Ambily, France), Gaelle Enganamouit , Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene (CSKA Moscow, Russia), Michaela Abam (Paris FC, France), Nchout Njoya Ajara (Valerenga, Norway), Michelle Akaba (Amazones Fap, Cameroon), Takounda Engolo Alexandra (Éclair Filles, Cameroon)
     
  12. blissett

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    Well, the mystery of Jamaica's 23rd player has just been solved on the WWC 2019 rosters thread by @FawcettFan14:

    So, it was another Jamaican-American double citizen, Havana Solaun. ;)
     
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  13. BostonRed

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  14. BostonRed

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  15. BostonRed

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    Miranda Nild profile:

    http://sportnews.com.ng/index.php/2019/05/24/miranda-nild-is-living-the-thai-dream/

    For the American-born, Thai international, though, the opening match will have greater meaning than for most as Nild prepares to represent her father’s homeland against the nation in which she was raised.

    “I was watching the draw live and it was such a wave of emotion when I realized that Thailand would be playing our first match against the USA, and when I saw those cards being placed side-by-side I couldn’t believe it,” she told mycujoo this week from the Thai capital.

    “It will definitely be such an emotional game for me and the coolest of my life as I get to stand on the same pitch as so many players that I looked up to when I was growing up – the likes of Megan Rapinoe, Tobin Heath and especially Alex Morgan, who went to the same college as me in California.”

    While admitting it might be slightly awkward given she could be tempted to sing both national anthems, the opportunity of a lifetime is not lost on the young star who will return briefly to America before the World Cup to complete her college graduation.
     
  16. BostonRed

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  17. BostonRed

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    #117 BostonRed, May 28, 2019
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    Jamaica plays friendly against Scotland:



    Yanks:

    Sydney Schneider
    Chantelle Swaby
    Dominique Bond-Flasza
    Allyson Swaby
    Havana Solaun
    Marlo Sweatman
    Cheyna Matthews

    The game:

     
  18. Gilmoy

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    [SCO-JAM]
    30' 1-1 Cuthbert 30m center golaaaaaaaaaaazo
    35' 2-1 Weir fk at box top 2/5 right, left instep simple curl into back left high
     
  19. BostonRed

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  20. Gilmoy

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    #120 Gilmoy, May 28, 2019
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    48' 2-2 Scotland square pass through circle back, #15 Howard clangs ball away, steps to it and tries a one-touch pass square right. K.Shaw jumps the route, pokes ball into a breakaway, alone through box top right post to 12m 3-right. GK comes out, Shaw chips right instep over her, into 1/3 left back 1/4 high.

    68' 3-2 Scotland right ck, to Howard unmarked at 8m 7-left. Standing header perfectly across mouth, drops into back right low. Jamaica had only 10 players due to a right shin/ankle injury to Shaw, not yet subbed.
     
  21. BostonRed

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    #121 BostonRed, May 28, 2019
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  22. BostonRed

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  23. BostonRed

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  24. BostonRed

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  25. BostonRed

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    Estelle Johnson profile:

    https://equalizersoccer.com/2019/06...stelle-johnson-living-the-dream-for-cameroon/

    Johnson’s father had a career in agriculture and joined the Peace Corps, which took him all over Africa in the 1980s and 1990s. Along the way he met Estelle’s mom, who is from Mali, and on July 21, 1988 Estelle Johnson was born —in Maroua, Cameroon.

    Johnson may be Cameroonian and she is also American, and like every other top player in the United States, she dreamed of playing for the U.S. national team. But she never even got as far as a call-in to camp and with her near-retirement in 2014 had pushed the dream to the back of her mind. But watching that Cameroon team in the 2015 World Cup revitalized her energy and belief that she could play for a national team. She decided to reach out through a contact set up by then Spirit teammate Francisca Ordega, a Nigerian international.

    Alain Djeumfa took over as head coach earlier this year, and with a little help from former NWSL player and Cameroonian Michaela Abam, Johnson was in. She has been training at center back and is a good bet to be in the starting lineup when Cameroon opens the World Cup against Canada on June 10 in Montpellier.
     

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