Gathering her squad on Bosön outside of Stockholm for training, Sundhage told Swedish Radio that too many second-tier players are coming to Sweden to play. "Foreign players in the women's league is a good thing so long as they are stars," the former USA coach said.
Last season, over 70 players from abroad played in the Swedish league, a surprising figure for Sundhage.
"That so many players are coming from Iceland and Finland, and so on, is something the league should think about. I think it is ver important for Swedish talents, such as the under-19 team that just won the European Championships, to get a chance to play in the top league here.