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USWNT stars Rapinoe and Morgan hoping for changes off the field as squad begins ‘Victory Tour’

Rapinoe and Morgan will not start the opening friendly Saturday (August 3) night against Ireland at the Rose Bowl but they were with the team Friday (August 2) for a group photo and to greet fans.

The pair of forwards also spoke with reporters where Rapinoe was asked about her online back and forth with U.S. President Donald Trump and Morgan about the state of their equal pay lawsuit.

The USWNT will continue their tour with friendlies against Portugal on August 29 in Philadelphia and September 3 in St. Paul, Minnesota before concluding with two matches against South Korea in early October in Charlotte and Chicago.

(Production: David Grip)

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