When he was a little baby, I just wanted to protect him. He didn’t know any better, and I wanted to get back onto the soccer field for me. Now I want to play for him. Because he gets it now. When I ask him ‘What does Mommy do?’ he raises up his arms and he says ‘Goooaal!’
Amy said she was not ready to hang up her cleats. She enjoys her career and wants to continue playing through another World Cup and Olympics. … I’ve really enjoyed watching her play over the years – all the way back to college [at USC]. Now our son will get to watch it as well.
Adam Shilling, Amy Rodriguez’s husband, on her career