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    Re: Back to the important stuff....

    If we control the middle of the pitch then it will give us a big boast. We have so many players right now that are better off the ball than on. Although some of these young players, may be better with the ball, just haven't had a chance to see it out of many of them yet. It would allow all of our talented tweener players to be able to interchange around the pitch, drift out wide etc.

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    Re: Back to the important stuff....

    Read an article that calls into question Emma Hayes' ability to mold the USWNT into a champion, again. Wow! she can't even get on the job and pundits are attacking her. They cite the disappointment of Chelsea's season and the way they finished. One writer also questions Hayes' philosophy and proposed style of play saying it won't fit the US's style and what our players will want and what they are geared toward. Yeah, I know, sports' writers have to have something to write about, but damn, give her a chance. I am not one to allow a coach to wallow if they are not successful. So, if it becomes clear Hayes is a bad fit for the USWNT, fire her then.

    Yes, there are plenty of hopeful and positive articles about Hayes-USWNT too. One writer calls her the "savior" of the USWNT who will restore the program to its rightful place, #1 in the world.

    We have the talent, need to get back to basics and rekindle what made the USWNT #1 in the world in the first place.

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