soccer world cup

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After all these years, I still believe this is the best soccer anthem ever..

“It is the passion flowing right on through your veins

And it’s the feeling that you’re oh so glad you came
It is the moment you remember you’re alive
It is the air you breathe, the element, the fire
It is that flower that you took the time to smell
It is the power that you know you got as well
It is the fear inside that you can overcome
This is the orchestra, the rhythm and the drum

Como uma forca, como uma forca
Como uma forca que ninguem pode parar
Como uma forca, como uma forca
Como uma fome que ninguem pode matar

It is the soundtrack of your ever-flowing life
It is the wind beneath your feet that makes you fly
It is the beautiful game that you choose to play
When you step out into the world to start your day
You show your face and take it in and scream and pray
You’re gonna win it for yourself and us today
It is the gold, the green, the yellow and the grey
The red and sweat and tears, the love you go. Hey!


Closer to the sky, closer, way up high, mais perto do ceu, mais perto do ceu



“We as humans always like to think and believe something is gonna go a certain way.
It’s supposed to be like this but it never happens that way.
Fustration, disappointment, injuries, people thinking I can’t do it.
That was my journey.

You have these goals, you have these dreams, you think everything is going right then all of a sudden, your world comes crashing down…

After that moment, I actually came back a better player.
I was a smarter player, I missed the game, I was hungrier.
I got my chance and never left the field after that.

I look back at those moments; what the team did and what I did.
Those 16 minutes scoring 3 goals were really 13 years of blood sweat and tears.”

-Carli Lloyd on breaking her ankle (2010) & winning  FIFA Womens World Cup (2015) 

“Winning is overrated. The only time it is really important is in surgery and war”   Al McGuire      

1916 - Western front - Soldiers playing soccer with gasmasks.                                      


This is how it felt to lose the final of the football world cup, from Argentina. 
Watch out for the feels. 

Rant: after last night's game...

I love all of you guys out there but please stop with the jokes/comments comparing last night’s game go WWII/a blitzkrieg because to me as a german that is really offensive. It has been 70 years and we still cannot win a stupid football game without people referring to this? And also stop saying they should have stopped humiliating Brazil after goal nr 5, what else were they supposed to do, sit there and wait for the game to be over? They are paid to play the game and score so that’s what they did. If Brazil had won 7:1 nobody would be making inappropriate jokes or feel sorry for Germany…just saying. Could you all just be happy for us and acknowledge that we were the better team last night? *rant over*

10 Things You Need to Know About Mallory Pugh
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  1. As you probably already know, Mallory is the youngest player on the Women’s National Team when she made an appearance in the match in February 2016.

  2. At the age of 18, Mallory is one of the youngest Americans to ever compete in the Olympics. She is the only amateur soccer player to compete on the team roster.

  3. With a height of “5”4” she knows exactly how to score by putting the U.S. back on top when playing Columbia.

  4. Ever since 2011, she has been a member of the Real Colorado of the Elite Clubs National League. She was 13 when she started playing with the elite team.

  5. Pugh will be attending UCLA in January 2017 and will play for the Bruins after she finishes up with the USWNT in November.

  6. In 2015, Mallory won 2 awards; U.S. Soccer Young Female Player of the Year and the Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year.

  7. Before all of this fame, she played a prominent role on both the U17 and U20 US National Teams, winning the Golden Boot in 2015 CONCACAF World Championship.

  8. Pugh’s first goal with the WNT was off a pass from Christen Press.

  9. As an early child, she practiced her soccer juggling skills in her garage and has been a fan of the sport of soccer since kindergarten.

  10. Last but not least, Pugh has been called the next Mia Hamm. 

Follow Mallory on Twitter and Instagram @malpugh!

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