Ex-Soccer Star Blames Women’s Team Loss on ‘Entitled’ Players Who Are ‘Not Respectful of Others’

Former U.S. women’s soccer star Carli Lloyd has weighed on the USWNT’s crushing defeat in the World Cup.

Lloyd appeared on former player Alexi Lalas’ “State of the Union” podcast.

She argues that entitled and arrogant players are to blame for the shocking World Cup loss.

Lloyd said she started to notice “little things” within the USWNT that made her believe the team was headed for a debacle.

“I think when I first got onto the team, there was just a level of respect for everybody there, for coaches, for other players, for support staff,” Lloyd said.

“You know, massages, trainers, doctors.

“And as the years have kind of gone by — it’s little stuff, but it kind of amounts to big things — and ultimately affects on the field.

“If you’ve got a massage, let’s say for example, your name’s signed up on a certain time.

“And you decide to not show up.

“You decide to not text the massage therapist or tell them, ‘Hey, I’m running a few minutes late.’

“They’re just sitting there and they have to just sit there.

“And they have to kind of swallow that and not really say anything to the player that’s done that.

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“There’s just things like that.

“It’s like, trash around the field.

“It’s throwing your warmup and expecting the equipment guy…

“There a level of — not everybody — but there’s a level of just kind of the entitlement of, ‘Everybody’s gonna do everything for you,’ and just not being respectful of others.”


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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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