Forward who won two Olympic medals, scored 100 goals, and earned 204 caps for the U. national team in her 15-season international career.
She made her professional debut in 1995, after playing four years at the University of Portland.
During the Gold Cup Sinclair helped Canada to a second place finish co-leading the tournament with seven goals.
Also in 2002, as a member of the inaugural FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship, Sinclair was awarded the Golden Boot as top scorer and the Golden Ball as MVP after scoring a tournament leading 10 goals which helped Canada to a second place finish.
She stares into the distance, eyes dead, nose smashed inward and to the left.
An unidentified teammate places a consoling hand on her head, but she remains disconsolate.
Funny how the buzz over the Kansas City Wizards beating Manchester United can be killed so quickly.
Nothing, without the following bits on context that will explain why this game was different than the typical MLS summer friendly and why last night’s Twitter panic was &hell...
Sure, yesterday our beloved Team USA (sorry, rest of the world) fell to the mighty Swedes (but congrats, Sweden).
So, in case you want to root on your national team and the ladies who play for , here’s a look at the World Cup’s out lesbian and bisexual players.
Jessica Landström, Sweden, forward The 26-year-old Swede joined the national team in 2007.
The international tournament brings together the best female soccer players in the world for the sport’s biggest prize.
And among those players are several out and proud stars as well.