Yank Women on Foreign WNT & WYNTs 2019

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  1. BostonRed

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    Unfortunately, Kayla McCoy's injury knocked her out of the WWC. She's replaced by Mireya Grey, another Yank.

     
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    Jamaica announced their starting lineup yesterday:



    Schneider
    C. Swaby
    A. Swaby
    Solaun
    Sweatman
    Bond-Flasza
    Matthews
     
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    Schneider saved a PK in the 1st half. Down 1-0.



     
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    Article on Sydney Schneider joining Jamaica:

    https://theundefeated.com/features/jamaica-reggae-girlz-starting-goalkeeper-sydney-schneider/

    “So I see two keepers warming up,” said Donaldson, who came onto the soccer scene as a 17-year-old with the Jamaican national team in the late ’70s, “one who could be black and a second keeper who is clearly more white than black. So I walk up to the one and I said, ‘Hey, I heard you’re from Jamaica … that you have Jamaica roots in you,’ and she looked at me like I had 10 heads. So I went back to Greg and said, ‘I thought you said your keeper was Jamaican?’ and he said, ‘She is … you spoke to the wrong keeper. That’s Sydney over there.’ ”

    Donaldson took a second look, this time with intention, and saw a tall and slender teenager with brown hair, brown eyes and white skin. She hardly looked Jamaican, let alone a Reggae Girl — at least the one Donaldson unconsciously had in his mind.

    “It was a mistake, it was an honest mistake,” Donaldson told The Undefeated, sounding like someone still reeling from having been punk’d. “The joke was on me.”
     
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    Nadia Gomes is a dual Yank who has been playing with Portugal:

    With the 23rd pick in the 2018 NWSL College Draft, the Orlando Pride selected Nadia Gomes, a forward from Brigham Young University.

    Gomes is a dual national who holds citizenship with both the United States and Portugal, though she was born in the latter country. She has played internationally with the Portuguese U-19 women’s team.


    She has 2 caps & one goal for the senior team.
     
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    Hanna Hannesdottir is a dual Yank who has played for Icelandic youth teams:

    https://pittsburghpanthers.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=5735

    Selected to compete in the Icelandic National Women's Soccer Program (2012-14) at the Under-19 and Under-17 age groups...Member of the Under-19 Icelandic National Team, coached by Olafur Thor Guobjornsson, which will compete in Finland and in the second round of the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championships in Bulgaria in 2014...Team competed in the Under-17 UEFA championship in Belgium in April, 2012 against Switzerland, England and Belgium...Advanced to the UEFA championship in October, 2011 while playing against Austria, Kazakhstan and Scotland...Also competed at the Nordic Cup in Finland against Germany, France, Norway and Sweden
     
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    Matthews came off in the 62nd.
    Chinyelu Asher replaced Solaun in 72nd.

    Brazil won 3-0.
     
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    Janine Beckie & Nichelle Prince start in WWC action:



    Estelle Johnson starts for Cameroon:

     
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    H/T to Grant Wahl's video on the effect of Title XI on other women's team which identified a player I missed:

    Natalie Juncos



    She didn't play in the opener.

     
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    Thai forward Miranda Nild left the field in tears Tuesday after the U.S. pounded her team 13-0 in Nild’s Women’s World Cup debut. But the tears were ones of happiness, not embarrassment, because simply taking the field in front of family and friends in a world championship was a bigger victory than anything that happened on the scoreboard.

    “It was an amazing experience to be able to play against the States,” said Nild, who was born in Northern California and played college soccer at California but represents her father’s homeland in international play.

    “It was just really a cool experience. It’s kind of all hitting me at once. Incredibly emotional. Even before the game it was insane. After it ended, just shaking all the players’ hands, it was just so awesome.”
     
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    Schneider,
    A. Swaby,
    C. Swaby,
    Solaun,
    Asher,
    Adamolekun,
    Grey

    Sweatman entered at 45 for C. Swaby
    Silver entered at 76 for Adamolekun

    Lost 5-0.
     
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    Canada vs. New Zealand:



    Janine Beckie & Nichelle Prince start.
    Ali Riley starts as well.
     
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    Nichelle Prince scored and assisted in 2-0 win:

     
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