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Topic - Steffi Jones
Ali Krieger didn't know anyone in Germany, didn't speak a word of the language.
More than a half-million tickets for this summer's Women's World Cup already have been sold, with games featuring host Germany, the United States and Brazil generating the most interest.
"That was really good," she said.
"I felt like the Germans were being mean to me at training but they were actually just trying to help," she said. "I learned really quick _ which made me a better player. I'm appreciative of the way they treated me. It's just the language and, of course, as an American, I had to learn that. No offense to them, I love them to death and I love my teammates. I respect them. That's how I had to learn."