Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji
Gotham FC’s Midge Purce is bringing a whole new energy in 2023.
“Last year is not something that was enjoyable for me. Not scoring goals, it makes me sick,” Purce said after signing a new two-year contract.
“And this year I want to score goals on both the national team and for the club. I want to be a top player in both settings. So that’s all I’m after.”
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Purce has been on the United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) bubble throughout 2022, with her absence from the team’s November roster attributed to a dip in form with her club team.
Gotham finished 12th in the NWSL standings last season, with a goal differential of -30.
The next few months will be make or break for players on the United States (U.S.) roster fringes, and a turn in fortune for Gotham could be just what Purce needs.
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“It’s been incredible to be quite honest,” Midge Purce said.
“It’s been one of my favorite preseasons I’ve ever had in my career. I already feel like I’ve been learning so much.”
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