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United States co-captain Megan Rapinoe launched a scathing attack on world soccer's governing body Federation Internationale de Football Association, on the eve of the women's World Cup final, saying the organization did not respect the female game.
Morgan, one of the faces of the US side that has made history by reaching a third consecutive final, has been at the centre of a veritable storm in a teacup since using the celebration to mark her victor in Tuesday's semi-final. Dutch counterpart Lieke Martens, according to her coach, is a day-of-game decision with a foot injury.
As she has since missing a semifinal win against England with a hamstring strain earlier in the week, Rapinoe indicated Saturday that she is making progress.
"As they have all tournament long, Morgan's teammates have stood together in their answers regarding all the hubbub".
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"I don't know how that happened", Rapinoe continued. I'm not saying the prize money is 450m this time or next time around, I understand that for a lot of different reasons, the men's game financially is far advanced than the women's game.
"She's preparing for the game tomorrow", Wiegman said. "We're not sure if she can start, but we're working on it. We'll decide tomorrow morning".
FIFA President Gianni Infantino hailed France 2019 as "the best women's World Cup ever" on Friday as he set out radical plans for the future of the women's game, including expanding the tournament to 32 teams in 2023. "Obviously there are two other finals going on but this is the World Cup final". It would also immediately bring back questions as to whether the team might accept the offer of a trip to visit Donald Trump at the White House, but first they have to beat the European champions.
Infantino said FIFA would double investment in women's soccer to $1 billion, but later clarified that much of the funding would be reserved for soccer federations to request for specific projects that would require approval from the governing body.
USA coach Jill Ellis also said no players have been ruled out, with midfielder Rose Lavelle the biggest question mark other than Rapinoe.