The U.S. national team star was injured at the Women's World Cup, where she was one of the tournament's standouts. Read the whole story
"I feel that American players get underpaid. I feel they deserve to get more money to stay in line with football in the rest of the world and in terms of the American sports. I'm not saying it to
benefit me, I obviously won't be in the league next season. I think it's only fair to those players who are putting in the same work as all have to earn the right to earn more money for doing
-- Wayne Rooney, who will be leaving D.C. United after the 2019 season to return to England, on the pay of American players in MLS. (ESPN FC)
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1. The Colorado Rapids will hold a memorial service in honor of the late Colin Clark on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Clark, who played five
seasons for the Rapids, died Aug. 26 at 35 years old. The service will be open to the public. It is suggested to wear soccer gear attire. Attendees who have Colin Clark jerseys are encouraged to
2. The Houston Dash will become the first NWSL team to play a Liga MX Femenil team in Mexico when they travel to Monterrey to face
two-time champion Tigres on Oct. 5. The Dash, which will be led by Sofia Huerta, who has represented both the USA and Mexico internationally, will be playing during the FIFA break.
3. Mexico's U-16 national team has called up LA Galaxy academy star Johnny Perez for its camp this week in Mexico City. FC Dallas academy defender Jonathan Gomez
and Perez, who have both attended U.S. youth camps, went with Mexico's U-16s in August to the Nordic Cup in Denmark. Gomez, who is considered one of the USA's top prospects at left backs, isn't at
the Mexican U-16 camp.