Although she appeared to be in top form at the Tokyo Olympics, 36-year-old American soccer player Megan Rapinoe is considering retirement.
That’s what a prominent figure in the United States’ national line-up entrusted to the microphone of ESPN’s “Spain and Fitz” radio program, Monday.
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The particularly interested party scored twice in the 4-3 win over Australia in the bronze medal match. She recorded nine times on the international stage in 2021 to match her personal label for an entire year.
“For my whole career, I don’t really know yet,” she said. I should take the time to think about it. People always say, “You’ll know when you know,” but it’s not really like that, because you can kind of keep going. Then there is the sentence “Yes, I accomplished a lot [de choses], you can retire. “But the thought is fixed in your mind. I’ve thought about it a lot.”
Les amateurs de soccer féminin au pays de l’Oncle Sam pourraient donc voir une formation bien différente lorsqu’elle sautera à nouveau sur le terrain, puisque Carli Lloyd, 39 ans, an annoncé lundi qu’elle allait mettre un terme à ce sa ce Autumn. She scored 128 goals in 312 international matches. Rapinoe herself scored 61 times in 185 matches.
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