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Milbrett was the top goal scorer on that American team.In her 202-match international career, she scored 100 goals.Alongside this memento mori, the coach slotted a stock photo of the newly minted 2012 London Summer Olympics medals: Nike, goddess of victory, bearing her robes through Athens’ Panathenaic Stadium. “I have a vision,” Herdman told the players he spoke with over the course of that terrible autumn.He conjured Sinclair atop a podium, brandishing a glinting disc of Olympic bounty. “Together, we can make this happen.” The power of any diptych lies in the conceptual peanut butter sandwiched between the canvases, in this case the wholesale rebuilding, reconstitution, and rehabilitation of the Canadian women’s squad, premised on the fact that the football gods, to say nothing of football fans, are owed the full weaponization of Sinclair’s dexterous feet.The Olympic semifinal loss to the United States in 2012—in which Sinclair scored three goals on the way to the best individual effort on a soccer pitch this country has ever seen, and wherein Canada was subjected to a series of controversial refereeing calls that only officials are capable of engineering—will one day be recounted in song (hopefully not by Nickelback).When Herdman’s fateful predictions came to pass and Sinclair did indeed mount the podium to accept bronze, a klatch of ethnically diverse women flooded the talk-show circuit, pitching Just Do It self-affirmation to a country unaccustomed to the cruel beauty of soccer.But they're going to have to be more than icons if the Bay Area's newest pro team, FC Gold Pride, is going to have a successful season.
Chastain and Milbrett are simply happy to be setting another league's foundation.
Sunday against the Boston Breakers at Santa Clara's Buck Shaw Stadium.
Both will play extensively this season, according to coach Albertin Montoya. Some younger players have stepped out with muscle soreness or an injury here and there.
PORTLAND, OR - JULY 10: Tiffeny Milbrett #16 of the United States dribbles the ball while playing her 200th career game against Ukraine during an international friendly match on July 10, 2005 at Merlo Field in Portland, Oregon.
Milbrett later would score her 100th international goal as the United States defeated Ukraine 7-0.