Finally got around to seeing the game (my internet connection isn't fast enough to watch the livestream)and wow, anyone who doesn't believe in miracles needs to watch this team play. Between this match and Brazil, this snatching victory at the last second possible is starting to become a trend. Overall, I thought the team looked rather sloppy. There were a lot of avoidable errors made. And I really miss Krieger in the back. I'm a little worried about Solo as well. The fact that she continues to kick with he left foot and then came out at half, makes me think that quad pull was a little more than she let on. Maybe they're just being overly cautious for the Algarve Cup. Morgan however, looked great and is definitely shutting up the whole "she's not a 90 min player crowd." Let's hope she continues to start. Not too surprised Solo's playing for Sounder's. I can't see her wanting to play overseas in an Olympic year (too much travel time) and Seattle is her home town. Though part of me expected her to not play outside the national team like she did last year. Guess her shoulder's holding up better. It looks like WPS is combining its teams with top teams from the WPSL to form a 10 team "[link=http://www.womensprosoccer.com/Home/boston/news/general/120209-Breakers-are-back.aspx]WPSL Elite League[/link]." I have no idea how this effects player contracts. Though Leroux was drafted by Atlanta and is now playing in Seattle, so maybe all contracts were voided? Additionally, Independence coach Paul Riley has an idea for a "[link=http://equalizersoccer.com/2012/02/14/freelancing-the-immediate-future-of-womens-soccer/]Supergroup WPS Training Program[/link]" instead.