Jill Ellis, the head coach of the United States women’s soccer team and helped them win two FIFA women’s World Cup title have announced that she will be retiring this October after they dominated the recent world cup held in France in flying colors.
According to Ellis, it was a huge opportunity for her to coach the team and work with the amazing women of the US women’s soccer team and it was the biggest honor of her career. She praised and extended her gratitude the team for their unwavering commitment and passion for football which was not only to win titles but also to improve the profile of the sport in the entire world at the same time serves as an inspiration to those who follow them since they started the team.
According to popular sports betting site, 안전놀이터, She was also very sincere in thanking the world-class coaches and the staff of the US women’s soccer team with home she had the chance to work with for their quintessential professionalism during their campaigns and also the US Soccer for the great support and investment for the football program in the United States.
Ellis was tasked to coach the US women’s team in 2014 where she led the team to a 5-2, loss to Japan in the 2015 finals in Canada. However, it was a whole different story when the US women’s national team won all of their seven scheduled matches in the FIFA women’s world cup in France earlier this year where they stumped on five European powerhouses in Spain, England, France, Sweden, and the Netherlands where they eventually succeeded in defending their crown for two straight FIFA world cup.
According to Ellis, when she accepted the coaching job, she already has seen where the team is heading and that is winning the FIFA women’s world cup. She added that the timing was just perfect for her and the current program which positioned the team to its pinnacle.
Before she was tasked to helm US women’s national team’s head coach position, Ellis spent twenty years of her career as a dedicated player and helped develop the US Soccer as their development director by coordinating with the youth national teams and also served as the assistant coach for the senior national team, the US’ under-20, and the women’s under-21 national team, and also served as a scout of the women’s national team and head coach of the under-16 girls national team.
Despite announcing her retirement as the team’s head coach, she will remain with the team as an ambassador for a year according to her sources.
Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe led the US National Women’s Team to capture their second FIFA women’s world cup title by opening a statement win against Thailand,13-0, and faced football powerhouses in England, France, and Spain in the knockout rounds where they easily beaten and advanced to the finals to beat the Netherlands behind Rose Lavelle’s breakthrough performance and Rapinoe who showcased not just her leadership as the team captain, but her prowess in the sport.
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