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Alex Morgan vows Olympic comeback, Kyle Walker moonlights as goalkeeper, and more: Freedom Kicks for November 7, 2019

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Happy Thursday, everyone. Thanks to Ben for doing the switcheroo for me once again as I was in NYC for the start of college basketball until super late Tuesday night/stupid early Wednesday morning. Now, I’m here in Columbus where the United States Women’s National Team play Sweden tonight (7:30pm, FS1/TUDN). Until then, recap the news from yesterday.

USWNT star Alex Morgan plans on ‘20 Games after giving birth - ESPNFC

Alex Morgan is going to attempt to come back in time for the 2020 Olympics, which are 3 months after she’s scheduled to give birth. She a damn champion for just the attempt, but whether she makes it back in time, I’m wishing for a healthy new addition for her above all.

WATCH: Kyle Walker stops free kick after Bravo sent off - NBC Sports

Starting goalkeeper Ederson was injured yesterday for Manchester City in their Champions League match, so he had to be subbed off at halftime. His replacement, Claudio Bravo, was soon sent off with a red card, so defender Kyle Walker had to become the 3rd string goalkeeper. He got a save and helped City preserve the draw against Atalanta.

‘A good public calling out never hurt anybody’: Megan Rapinoe on the ways Budweiser is pushing the NWSL forward - The Athletic

Megan Rapinoe speaks on how Budweiser has helped make the NWSL better since it took over as a league sponsor after the 2019 Women’s World Cup.

Community Corner: Who makes your USWNT Olympic roster? - Stars & Stripes FC

There will be a lot of tough decisions made for the USWNT should they qualify for the Olympics. Who do you think makes the roster?

Club Africain fans donate US$450,000 in one day - BBC

A club in Tunisia has a debt of at least $6 million, so fans of the club took to donating $450,000 in one day to help the club keep operations afloat and get them on the path to solvency.

D.C. United 2019 season review: Wayne Rooney - Black & Red United

Our Cake or Death series is on and poppin, and yesterday was Wayne Rooney’s turn for the treatment. What say you?

Finally, could Ulises Segura and Emmanuel Boateng be on the move?

That’s it for today, folks. Hit the comments and discuss everything!