U.S. men used the power of Photoshop and consistent messaging to wish the women’s national team luck

Jürgen Klinsmann has really turned the U.S. men’s national team program around. After a period of skepticism during 2014 World Cup qualifying, the U.S. turned in a string of impressive performances in Brazil, has continued to impose its dominance over regional rivals Mexico, and beat the Netherlands last week at Amsterdam Arena.

That’s impressive. But now, the gents have added two other components to their game: Adobe Photoshop and eerily consistent messaging.

Check out the messages of support that the men are giving their counterparts before the women kick off their World Cup adventure tonight against Australia.

2. DeAndre Yedlin

3. Omar Gonzalez

5. Matt Besler

9. Aron Johannsson

10. Mix Diskerud

11. Alejandro Bedoya

12. Brad Guzan

13. Jermaine Jones

14. Brad Davis

15. Kyle Beckerman

16. Julian Green

17. Jozy Altidore


18. Chris Wondolowski

19. Graham Zusi

20. Geoff Cameron

22. Nick Rimando

23. Fabian Johnson

What a difference a new contract makes. Because before that, there’s no way Julian Green or Aron Johannsson could identify any of these women. Thankfully, Coach Klinsmann is here to fix that.