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Frankfurt sees off Brøndby before second leg

Frankfurt sees off Brøndby before second leg

The Equalizer Staff April 19, 2015 51

Célia Šašić scored four goals on Sunday as 1. FFC Frankfurt defeated Brøndby IF, 7-0 in the first leg of their UEFA Women’s Champions League semifinal. That’s right — semifinal. Well, there’s always hope

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PSG shock holders Wolfsburg in Leg 1 semifinal

PSG shock holders Wolfsburg in Leg 1 semifinal

The Equalizer Staff April 18, 2015 18

Paris Saint-Germain picked up a huge win over two-time holders VfL Wolfsburg in Leg 1 of the UEFA Women’s Champions League semifinals on Saturday. Sabrina Delannoy scored from the penalty spot in the 13th

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Sasaki says Japan stronger now than in 2011

Sasaki says Japan stronger now than in 2011

Jeff Kassouf April 17, 2015 36

Here’s a scary thought for the rest of the world: Japan is better now than in 2011, when the Nadeshiko won the World Cup. That is according to Japan’s coach, Norio Sasaki, but there

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England’s Aluko looks to inspire next generation

England’s Aluko looks to inspire next generation

The Equalizer Staff April 16, 2015 19

England forward Eniola Aluko says she is determined to inspire young players after facing tough times in her youth days. She says her abilities were doubted when she was younger and she wants younger

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No surprises for USWNT’s 2015 World Cup roster

No surprises for USWNT’s 2015 World Cup roster

Jeff Kassouf April 14, 2015 298

United States women’s national team coach Jill Ellis on Tuesday named her 23-player roster for the 2015 Women’s World Cup. Defenders Rachel Van Hollebeke and Crystal Dunn are the two players cut from the

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Le Sommer lifts France past Canada in friendly

Le Sommer lifts France past Canada in friendly

The Equalizer Staff April 9, 2015 21

France defeated Canada, 1-0 on Thursday in front of a raucous crowd at Stade Robert Bobin in Bondoufle, France. Eugénie Le Sommer scored the game’s only goal in the 34th minute, although Les Bleues

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England star Clarke hungry for World Cup glory

England star Clarke hungry for World Cup glory

The Equalizer Staff April 9, 2015 3

Forward Jess Clarke says England “stand every chance” at the 2015 Women’s World Cup. On Thursday, England defeated China, 2-1 behind goals from Jodie Taylor and Fran Kirby in the team’s final home match

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Bizarre ref mistake leads to U-19 replay days later

Bizarre ref mistake leads to U-19 replay days later

Jeff Kassouf April 9, 2015 14

Suffice it to say that referee Marija Kurte made a major mistake that will impact her career. The final minutes of a U-19 Euro qualifier between England and Norway will be replayed on Thursday

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Australia veteran McCallum retires before WWC

Australia veteran McCallum retires before WWC

The Equalizer Staff April 9, 2015 7

Veteran Australia midfielder Collette McCallum announced she will retire prior to the 2015 Women’s World Cup, which would have been her third. Nagging knee injuries became too bothersome for the 29-year-old to continue her

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Germany routs Brazil in World Cup tune-up

Germany routs Brazil in World Cup tune-up

The Equalizer Staff April 8, 2015 77

Wednesday may have been an ominous day for Brazil’s 2015 World Cup hopes. Germany handed Brazil a 4-0 loss in a friendly just two months ahead of the competition. Striker Celia Sasic scored early

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