Lena Oberdorf - The Jewel in Germany's young generation's forge of Talent

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It doesn’t really need to be explained that Alex Morgan is one of the greatest forwards in the history of women’s soccer. As the second highest-scoring player on the current USA roster, Alex has defined a decade of soccer in the United States. Since her breakthrough tournament at the 2012 Olympics, Morgan’s ability to perform in “big games” has been called into question. Various periods of unfortunately-timed injuries and team dysfunction have made it so a portion of Alex’s important matches have been flukes, calling into question her ability to perform on a high level and even prompting arguments whether or not she deserves to be a starter. The 2019 Women’s World Cup didn’t do much to help

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FC Barcelona is known all over the world for its success achieved by talents raised at home. "Cantera" is the term used to identify the youth sections of Spanish clubs, Barcelona's in particular being named the iconic La Masia. The four girl's youth teams at FC Barcelona's academy are some of the best in the world for women's youth development. Older, more established senior players like Vicky Losada and Leila Ouahabi spent their time with the youth teams in the late 2000s and early 2010s. More recently, Patri Guijarro and Aitana Bonmati, who are both twenty-two years of age, are already a part of the first team and regulars for the Spain women's national team. This current group of B-team p