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Herdman still figuring out Canada’s NWSL players

Herdman still figuring out Canada’s NWSL players

Dan Lauletta October 17, 2013 7

Looking for answers about NWSL allocation for 2014? You’ll have to wait a bit longer.  At least for the Canadian answers.  On Wednesday, John Herdman announced his roster for Canada’s October 30 friendly against

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The Lowdown: The road to Canada 2015

The Lowdown: The road to Canada 2015

Dan Lauletta October 16, 2013 7

As men’s World Cup berths continue to fall it is never too early to take a look at how the field is shaping up for the Women’s World Cup two summers from now in

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Latest UEFA in qualifying: Italy, Wales narrowly win

Latest UEFA in qualifying: Italy, Wales narrowly win

The Equalizer Staff September 26, 2013 12

Ten matches dotted the European landscape as qualifying for Canada 2015 continues to rev up.  Here is a quick look: Group 1 – Croatia 1, Ireland 1:  Own goals told the story in this

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UEFA Qualifiers: France, Norway roll in openers

UEFA Qualifiers: France, Norway roll in openers

The Equalizer Staff September 25, 2013 4

European World Cup qualifiers continued with three matches Wednesday. Kazakhstan 0, France 4:  Group 7 favorites France banged home four goals in the opening 37 minutes to get their qualifying campaign off to a

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England, Germany win big in World Cup qualifying

England, Germany win big in World Cup qualifying

The Equalizer Staff September 21, 2013 15

European qualifying for the 2015 Women’s World Cup is underway, and Saturday’s action featured a host of favorites in action. England opened Group 6 play with an easy 6-0 win over Belarus, led by

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Foresight is 2020: John Herdman signs 4-year extension with Canada

Foresight is 2020: John Herdman signs 4-year extension with Canada

Jeff Kassouf September 5, 2013 11

Sorry, England – this Englishman isn’t going anywhere. The Canadian Soccer Association announced Thursday that women’s national team coach John Herdman had reached an agreement to remain in charge through 2020, adding to a

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The View from the North: Is John Herdman planning to jump ship?

The View from the North: Is John Herdman planning to jump ship?

Duane Rollins August 21, 2013 34

It’s not that Canadian women’s national team head coach — and Newcastle, England, native — John Herdman is looking for a way to get out of his role with Canada, but it sure seems

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England’s Hope Powell sacked after 15 years

England’s Hope Powell sacked after 15 years

Meg Linehan August 20, 2013 18

Hope Powell has been fired by The Football Association as head coach of the England women’s national team, effectively immediately, after 15 years in charge. After a dismal showing at the 2013 Euro group

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The View from the North: Turf will stay for 2015

The View from the North: Turf will stay for 2015

Duane Rollins August 1, 2013 95

A member of the 2015 World Cup organizing committee says that there is no plans to install grass playing surfaces at the playing venues for Canada 2015. For the first time in history, a

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The View from the North: On the WWC, and Canada’s 2026 push

The View from the North: On the WWC, and Canada’s 2026 push

Duane Rollins July 11, 2013 59

The initial surprise and push-back against the Canadian Soccer Association’s decision to play the 2015 World Cup on an artificial surface has died down. Whatever thoughts there were about a protest involving the top

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