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What can we expect from the United States’ doubleheader against Switzerland?

What can we expect from the United States’ doubleheader against Switzerland?

Sponsored Content September 28, 2016 39

The United States women’s national team is set to play Switzerland in October at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, as well as Rio Tinto Stadium in Utah. Most will expect Jill Ellis’ side to

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American Daphne Corboz validates Man City move with FA WSL title

American Daphne Corboz validates Man City move with FA WSL title

Kieran Theivam September 25, 2016 12

Manchester City midfielder Daphne Corboz is reveling in her first league title as a professional soccer player after her club, Manchester City, claimed its first FA Women’s Super League title on Sunday. Corboz, 23,

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Hedvig Lindahl reflects on Sweden’s Olympic run

Hedvig Lindahl reflects on Sweden’s Olympic run

Harjeet Johal September 21, 2016 70

LONDON, ENGLAND – It’s been just over one month since all the memorable moments from the Rio Olympic Women’s Football tournament. Germany took home gold after an exciting 2-1 gold medal final against underdog

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England win, US last at U-20 NTC Invitational

England win, US last at U-20 NTC Invitational

The Equalizer Staff September 19, 2016 331

The US U-20s went without a single goal in the 2016 NTC Invitational ahead of the FIFA U-20 World Cup. The tournament consisted of three other teams: Brazil, England, and Korea Republic. England came

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US rallies to win after conceding early to Netherlands

US rallies to win after conceding early to Netherlands

The Equalizer Staff September 18, 2016 1,120

The U.S. women’s national team defeated the Netherlands on Sunday, 3-1 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, despite giving up a goal less than two minutes into the match. Carli Lloyd and Allie Long

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Wambach: Solo’s ‘cowards’ comment was ‘playground stuff’

Wambach: Solo’s ‘cowards’ comment was ‘playground stuff’

The Equalizer Staff September 16, 2016 233

Abby Wambach says she disagrees with how Hope Solo classified Sweden as “a bunch of cowards” after the United States women’s national team’s loss in the quarterfinals of the 2016 Rio Olympics. Wambach, appearing

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O’Reilly exits in tears as USWNT rolls past Thailand

O’Reilly exits in tears as USWNT rolls past Thailand

The Equalizer Staff September 15, 2016 448

Megan Rapinoe knelt, Heather O’Reilly cried, Carli Lloyd had a hat trick and the U.S. women’s national team rolled to a 9-0 victory over Thailand on Thursday night in Columbus, Ohio, in the team’s

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Rapinoe kneels for anthem for first time in US jersey

Rapinoe kneels for anthem for first time in US jersey

The Equalizer Staff September 15, 2016 395

Megan Rapinoe knelt during the United States national anthem prior to the U.S. women’s national team’s game against Thailand on Thursday in Columbus, Ohio. Her decision to kneel is a continuation of her protest,

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Selfless O’Reilly ready for one last USWNT game

Selfless O’Reilly ready for one last USWNT game

John D Halloran September 14, 2016 33

Last Wednesday, after FC Kansas City managed to squeak out a 3-2 midweek victory over the host Chicago Red Stars, much of the postgame talk focused on FCKC midfielder Heather O’Reilly. Less than a

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France sack Bergeroo; Olivier Echouafni hired as coach

France sack Bergeroo; Olivier Echouafni hired as coach

Dan Lauletta September 11, 2016 19

France has sacked Philippe Bergeroo as national team head coach following a string of disappointing results at major tournaments. Olivier Echouafni has been announced as the new coach and is scheduled to be introduced

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