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Friday Roundup: Lyon win French Cup on penalties

Friday Roundup: Lyon win French Cup on penalties

The Equalizer Staff May 19, 2017 14

Also in today’ roundup, Bibiana Steinhaus to become first woman referee in men’s Bundesliga and the Spirit part ways with Crystal Thomas Lyon have added another trophy, surviving a lengty penalty shootout to edge

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Wednesday Roundup: Pugh options remain open

Wednesday Roundup: Pugh options remain open

The Equalizer Staff May 3, 2017 222

Also in today’s roundup, BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year shortlist announced, Alex Morgan goes down during Lyon victory, Jasmine Periera retires from international soccer, Breakers re-sign Abby Smith, more info in the Mal

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Lloyd leads four Americans on FIFPro Women’s World XI

Lloyd leads four Americans on FIFPro Women’s World XI

The Equalizer Staff March 8, 2017 34

Four Americans including FIFA World Player of the Year, Carli Lloyd have been named to FIFPro’s Women’s World XI.  Hope Solo, Ali Krieger, and Alex Morgan were also voted to the team. Lloyd and

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UEFA award just the start for Ada Hegerberg

UEFA award just the start for Ada Hegerberg

Kieran Theivam August 25, 2016 18

Lyon forward Ada Hegerberg was today honored with the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award after a prolific season with her club, and it will only get better for the young Norwegian moving forward.

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Hegerberg calls UWCL win ‘best day of her life’

Hegerberg calls UWCL win ‘best day of her life’

Kieran Theivam May 27, 2016 10

REGGIO EMILIA, ITALY — Norwegian Ada Hegerberg described Lyon’s Champions League win as “probably the best day of my life” after her side won a dramatic penalty shootout over Germans Wolfsburg, 4-3. Hegerberg, who

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Lyon, Wolfsburg set to battle for UWCL crown

Lyon, Wolfsburg set to battle for UWCL crown

Kieran Theivam May 25, 2016 37

On Thursday, two of Europe’s biggest clubs will clash as each looks for a third UEFA Women’s Champions League title. The little-known 20,000-seat capacity Mapei Stadium in Reggio Emilia, Italy, will host French double

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UWCL update: PSG, Frankfurt narrowly advance

UWCL update: PSG, Frankfurt narrowly advance

Dan Lauletta November 18, 2015 65

The eight quarterfinal spots in the 2015-2016 UEFA Women’s Champions League were booked on Wednesday and Thursday.  Here is a look: Frankfurt 0, Lillestrom SK 2, aet (2-2 aggregate, 5-4 on penalties):  Frankfurt were

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Johnston, Lloyd, Rapinoe up for Golden Ball award

Johnston, Lloyd, Rapinoe up for Golden Ball award

The Equalizer Staff July 2, 2015 254

Three United States players are among the eight finalists for the Golden Ball at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, an award given to the tournament. Midfielders Carli Lloyd and Megan Rapinoe are on

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Norway clinches second in Group B with win

Norway clinches second in Group B with win

Ray Curren June 15, 2015 1

Norway took home three more points and clinched second in Group B with a 3-1 win over Ivory Coast on Monday afternoon in Moncton, New Brunswick, but the Ivorians were able to save a

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Norway roll 4-0 over Thailand in Group B opener

Norway roll 4-0 over Thailand in Group B opener

Dan Lauletta June 7, 2015 14

Your browser does not support iframes. Norway dismantled Thailand 4-0 in Ottawa in a match that opened play in Group B and also highlighted the talent divide at this first World Cup to go

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