The OL Reign team has been very well reinforced for this 2022 NWSL season, and the most recent news around the club has confirmed what has been going on in recent days. American winger Tobin Heath will join her ranks to play for her native United States this tournament.
Heath, 34 years old, has a track record worthy of recognition, both in clubs and in the National Team, since he has no more and no less than two World Cups with the United States National Team in Canada 2015 and France 2019. On top of everything, Heath has won two gold medals and one bronze at the Olympics. Making her one of the most winning players in the world.
At the club level, Heath adds an NWSL Championship won in 2017 after recovering from injury late in the season and helping his team beat North Carolina Courage for the Portland Thorns to their second league championship.
Unfortunately, injuries have always been part of Heath’s career, since since his years with PSG, he had already missed several games due to these circumstances and his time at Portland, Manchester United and Arsenal was not very different, since recently, he had an injury that ended his time with the Gunners and now, already recovered, Heath hopes to return to the level and exude quality with the OL Reign that will be his second team in the NWSL.
For many, it is a great relief to see Heath on the courts again, as several already speculated about the end of his career, however, this confirms that at least, we will see Heath show his quality and his ability to dribble for another year on the wings to create opportunities in attack.
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