Carli Lloyd scored winning goal in gold-medal games at 2008 and 2012 Olympics, and outscored Japan on her own in 2015 World Cup finale.
Reality is starting to set in for Carli Lloyd, who plays her last game for the United States on Tuesday night. Lloyd, who memorably scored three goals in the opening 16 minutes of the U.S. victory in the 2015 Women's World Cup final, is retiring from soccer after a decorated career that includes two World Cup titles and a pair of Olympic gold medals. Admired by teammates and fans alike for her fierce determination, Lloyd will say goodbye when the U.S. takes the field against South Korea in St. Paul, Minnesota.
An American businessman is looking to rescue English second-tier club Derby from bankruptcy protection. Chris Kirchner, the founder of global logistics technology provider Slync.io, has written to inform supporters of his desire to buy Derby out of administration. The team, which is managed by former England and Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, has already been docked 12 points for entering administration and is in last place with more than two thirds of the season remaining.