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Herdman has worked closely with Sinclair and a small group on the team on leadership, what it is and how it works. "So they were trying to figure out what leadership was.
The Canadian women's soccer coach prefers to talk later, when heads are cooler.The editorial staff and writers do not accept gifts, including paid travel, in order to avoid any conflict of interest or appearance thereof.When a writer relies on an organization for access to an event or product, we are transparent about the relationship and note it within the relevant work.The Canadian women picked themselves off the floor and went on to defeat France 1-0 for the bronze medal thanks to a Diana Matheson goal in stoppage time.The medal came 13 months after Canada finished dead last at the 2011 World Cup. She always says, 'My leadership is in what you see out on the pitch. And I think what she's developed in the time I've been there is knowing that her voice has a huge impact on this team and there are moments she has to step up." In recent years, encouraged by Herdman, the intensely private Sinclair has opened herself to teammates.The Walrus is committed to reporting that is fair, accurate, complete, transparent, and independent.Fact-Checking Standards Stories that appear in are archived in storage once a story is published.If you notice an error in something published by The Walrus, please send us a message at [email protected] the subject line “Correction.” Veiled Sources The Walrus allows the use of alternate names for real people only in cases involving legitimate safety concerns or where personal privacy must be protected for serious reasons.If the name of a subject or source is already public and associated with specific events, concealment may not be justified.Sinclair, who has 153 goals in 223 appearances, has long been the straw that stirs the Canadian women. Canada, ranked eighth in the world, kicks off the Women's World Cup against No. ; we produce national, ideas-focused events, including our flagship series The Walrus Talks; and we train emerging professionals in publishing and non-profit management.