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Worldwide Pride: Erin McLeod Secures a Clean Sheet and Other Orlando Pride News

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Camila returned to action, Ali Riley continued her hot run of form, and more.

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The Orlando Pride now have 12 players that have been loaned out. The newest player was Taylor Kornieck, but the identity of her new German team has not been officially released yet. Many Pride players are starting for their respective teams and the FA WSL season is getting ready to start soon.

Below is how all of the players abroad did this past week:

Ali Riley (FC Rosengård — Sweden)

Ali Riley continued her hot run of form and helped Rosengard beat Eskilstuna United, 2-1. Riley started and played 76 minutes. She completed 84% of her passes and made five recoveries and three interceptions. She has been an important member of Rosengard, which leads the Damallsvenskan by three points. Rosengard plays next on Sept. 6.

Emily Sonnett (Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC — Sweden)

Sonnett and Göteborg fell again, this time 1-0 to Kristianstad. Sonnett started and played the full 90. Statistically, this was a rather odd game for the defender. She ended up with three chances created and five shots. Defensively she was dominant, with 11 interceptions. Goteborg remains in second place, and takes on Eskilstuna United on Saturday.

Phoebe McClernon (Växjö DFF — Sweden)

Vaxjo is struggling this season and the trend continued this past weekend with a 3-1 defeat to Vittsjo. Sky Blue’s Elizabeth Eddy scored the game-winner. McClernon played the full 90 for the losing side but did well with 11 recoveries and eight interceptions. Vaxjo plays again on Friday against KIF Orebro.

Camila (SE Palmeiras — Brazil)

Camila played in Palmeiras’ first game after the post-quarantine shutdown. She started and played 87 minutes in Palmeiras’ 4-1 victory over Ponte Preta. Palmeiras played a player up for the majority of the match after Ponte Preta’s Rachel got two yellow cards in the first 26 minutes. The win puts Palmeiras in fifth place. Camila and her teammates play again Sept. 6 against Kindermann-Avaí.

Erin McLeod (Ungmennafélag Stjarnan — Iceland)

McLeod started again and helped Stjarnan to a 1-0 victory over IBV. Stjarnan plays third-place UMF Selfoss on Sunday.

Jade Moore (Atletico Madrid — Spain)

Atletico Madrid currently do not have any matches scheduled.

Claire Emslie (Everton — England), Alanna Kennedy (Tottenham — England), Shelina Zadorsky (Tottenham — England), Emily van Egmond (West Ham United — England)

The FA Women’s Super League held its Community Shield match last weekend — with Chelsea beating Manchester City — but the league has yet to play a regular-season match in the 2020-2021 season, which is set to start Sept. 6. Emslie and Everton take on Bristol City, while Kennedy and Zadorsky will face van Egmond’s West Ham United.

Carson Pickett (Apollon Ladies FC — Cyprus)

The Cyprus women’s football league is currently in preseason.

Taylor Kornieck (TBA — Germany)

Kornieck was recently loaned to a team in Frauen-Bundesliga. The team she’s being loaned to has not been officially released yet, although Jeff Kassouf of Equalizer Soccer reported yesterday that the team is MSV Duisburg.