That said, a girl needs to pay the bills. More importantly, a girl deserves to make as much money as she wants when she wants.
All that said, I don't believe she drinks this stuff post-match. I just don't, Syd.
In other less consumer-products-related news—ankle injury be damned! Alex Morgan may be available to play during the U.S. Women's National team friendly matches against France this June. Well, thank God. But just in case, Jill Ellis has invited at least two new-ish faces to training camp: Sarah Hagen, who's playing with Bayern Munich in Germany right now, but will return to the States to play in the NWSL with FC Kansas City, and Amy Rodriguez, who had her moment to shine, then had a baby, and is now a lot better with her in-game decision making, I hear.
Oh, and Abby Wambach may be on the sidelines for a little while, having sprained her lateral collateral ligament (that is so Dr. Seussian) during a match with the Houston Dash. This prediction is only mine, however, since she's expected to have a "swift recovery." This is likely the language of her agent and/or manager, since fans of U.S. women's soccer is still smarting from Ms. Morgan being away for so long.