The call to send both players back in was bogus.
by Tony Doran, Psy.D.
HeadFirst Concussion Care Program Director
It’s no secret in my family that I’m a die hard sports fanatic. I count the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s win over China in 1999 as one of the greatest sporting events in our country’s sporting history – rivaled only by the win of the U.S. Hockey team over the Russians at the 1980 Olympics. Naturally, I was glued to the TV over the past few weeks while our U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team again clinched the World Cup championship last week.
Backtracking to the team’s semifinal game against Germany, analysis stated the U.S. did a great job on offense and defense, although the Germans came out hard with a flurry of shots and dominated the first 20 minutes of the action. Then, iIn the 28th minute, Germany’s Alexandra Popp went to head a ball on a free kick and USWNT’s Morgan Brian was having…
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