current success of u.s. women’s soccer can be traced to iconic 1999 squad
During the break, they lined up on the court to celebrate the 20 th anniversary of the earthquake culture shift disguised as a football game. If Mia Hamm, Julie Fodi, Michelle AXS, Brianna skry and other members of 1999 US citizensS. The Women\'s World Cup team won without entertainment and inspiration, and on Sunday there won\'t be 20,941 fans at the Banc stadium in California to see the current U. S. Belgium, 6- 0 points in the World Cup warm-up. If it wasn\'t their so-called 99-man, Carli Lloyd- She scored twice in her first game this year. It won\'t be one of the many rock stars in the team that will compete for the second World Cup in France this summer. Without the enthusiasm of 99 people, Alex Morgan at the Diamond Bar would not be one of the most famous female athletes in the United StatesS. On Sunday, she scored her first goal in her career and her fifth goal. \"As a young girl, they have had such a big impact on me and I will always be grateful for everything they do,\" Morgan said, when she did not attend her own rec football match, she watched the World Cup. \"The culture of the national team is a special culture, which is a big part of them. I think it is important for us to continue to pass the torch and really instill in ourselves the meaning of the next generation of national teams, how we carry ourselves and the mentality of each of us. \"99 people make it possible for women to play football professionally and make it normal for women players to take football seriously, but the fighting still exists. The United States had 28 members last month. S. The group filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the United States. S. Soccer in U. S. The Los Angeles District Court argued that they were treated less than their male counterparts in travel, pay and other areas. U. S. Women\'s soccer players have walked a long way from their days in Roach. As Freddy recalls, they live on warm soda and candy bars while traveling in China because they don\'t buy nutritious meals for $10 a day. But there is still a long way to go to achieve equality and fairness. \"We want \'99 \'to be a catalyst, and now 20 years have passed, and you will see the results in this area, where women have enough courage to stand up and say, Fodi said: \"This is not good. we will fight for change. \". \"It\'s a setback, it\'s slower than I thought. \"The noisy reception for 99 people and the team for this version should remind the United StatesS. The football supervisor is valuable to the women\'s team in addition to winning on the pitch. There should be no price tag for inspiration. \"It\'s so surreal to have 99 people here,\" said former University of California, Los Angeles\'s distinguished Samantha Mevis, who scored fourth in three settings offered by Christen Press. \"We owe them a lot. They really paved the way for what the team really meant and what it was. \"The 1999 team captured the imagination of an audience who didn\'t know it needed a story as refreshing as they were. \"Young girls never have a place to go where the players on the court look like them. It\'s good for them, \"said Brady Chastan, whose tenacious game should be remembered as much as the iconic moment when she took off her jersey, like a male player in the Rose Bowl in her sports bra, she cheers in front of 90,000 fans. \"Like looking at yourself in the mirror, it may be me. \"Women wearing white American jerseys did well on Sunday, and the lineup removed some players from their usual positions. Coach Jill Ellis said she wanted to try some new matches, \"make sure we look as much as we can,\" and at the same time provide an opportunity for some players, give them a place on the French roster. These changes have paid off for Lloyd. \"What we get is Carli we know. I said she was a game. Whether she is on the court or on the court, she will change. \"This is her role for us,\" Ellis said . \". \"She is sharp and great and plays a perfect role in dealing with things and getting results. I think that\'s why she\'s special. This is what I want to see from her and she sent it tonight. Lloyd, 36, is not ready to disappear. “I want to win. \"I\'m the winner,\" she said . \". \"People can say what they want, but at the end of the day, I can help this team lift the trophy in France. I won\'t stop until I can do that. \"This is a successful tournament for the United States. S. This summer, it may be easier for women to find support to bring the women\'s professional league NWSL to Los Angeles. Mia Hamm, an outstanding star of the 1999 team and an investor in the MLS team LAFC, said having a women\'s career team here was a \"top priority \". She added, \"When we make a commitment, we want to make sure we do our best -- As we did in the men\'s team, do it right. Hamm and 99 have cultivated the seeds of women\'s football. At present, the team\'s job is to take this to a new level. A night like Sunday is for a dream to come true.