Trinity Rodman on the wing and Julie Ertz in midfield: How the USWNT should line up at the 2023 Women’s World Cup

After Vlatko Andonokski confirmed his roster on Wednesday, GOAL breaks down the best possible starting XI he could select in New Zealand

The roster has finally been assembled, 23 players with one mission: return home with yet another World Cup. Those are always the expectations for the United States women’s national team, no matter the scenario, but this tournament may just be the toughest yet for a team that is still somewhat in transition.

It’s been a grueling cycle for the U.S., one which…

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