The USWNT World Cup Roster Doesn’t Answer All My Questions


When Vlatko Andonovski took over the U.S. Women’s National Team in 2019, he sought to rebuild the squad from the bottom up. Considering he was taking over a team that had won two straight World Cups, this was brave. It was also necessary. Time stops for no team, not even the ones who win, and if he was going to have a shot at a fifth star, he would have to reimagine what the team could be. Now, four years into his tenure, Andonovski has given the clearest indication yet of his vision: the…



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