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Women’s World Cup — the 23 who fell short

Women’s World Cup — the 23 who fell short

Dan Lauletta July 7, 2015 56

The United States won the World Cup for the third time on Sunday.  Their story has been well documented through the year and particularly over the last month.  But what about the other 23?

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The Lowdown:  Has NWSL helped Canada, Mexico?

The Lowdown: Has NWSL helped Canada, Mexico?

Dan Lauletta June 30, 2015 28

The World Cup is not over yet but it is for Canada and Mexico and those are the two countries that bought into Sunil Gulati’s plan of subsidizing player salaries in a new soccer

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Johal: Canada loss to England a missed opportunity

Johal: Canada loss to England a missed opportunity

Harjeet Johal June 28, 2015 118

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada is out of the World Cup after a 2-1 defeat to England on Saturday afternoon at BC Place. The hosts fell behind early and never could fully recover. Canada’s

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England ousts host Canada, makes 1st WC semifinal

England ousts host Canada, makes 1st WC semifinal

Harjeet Johal June 27, 2015 188

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — England is headed to the semifinals of the Women’s World Cup for the first time ever after beating host Canada, 2-1 on Saturday in front of a tournament-high crowd of

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World Cup quarterfinal preview: Canada-England

World Cup quarterfinal preview: Canada-England

Harjeet Johal June 27, 2015 14

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada and England know each other quite well as they get set to play in the quarterfinals of the World Cup. The Commonwealth Countries have met in the Cyprus Cup

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Moscato says she was misrepresented by Latham

Moscato says she was misrepresented by Latham

Harjeet Johal June 24, 2015 19

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — As Canada prepares to take on Mark Sampson and England this Saturday afternoon at BC Place at the 2015 Women’s World Cup, a storm cloud has moved in over the

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Women’s World Cup — what we learned on Day 16

Women’s World Cup — what we learned on Day 16

Ray Curren June 21, 2015 19

It was one of the forefathers of women’s soccer, Anson Dorrance, who loved to talk about the importance of 50-50 balls, those times when neither team had possession of the ball and it was

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Three things learned: Belanger proving her worth

Three things learned: Belanger proving her worth

Harjeet Johal June 21, 2015 17

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Hosts Canada advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2015 Women’s World Cup with a narrow, 1-0 victory over Switzerland on Sunday at BC Place. These are the major talking points

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Survive and advance: Canada edges Switzerland

Survive and advance: Canada edges Switzerland

Harjeet Johal June 21, 2015 22

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada is headed to the quarterfinals of the 2015 Women’s World Cup after defeating Switzerland, 1-0 on Sunday at BC Place. The hosts had the backing and support of 53,855

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Canada readies for dangerous Swiss team

Canada readies for dangerous Swiss team

Harjeet Johal June 21, 2015 2

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – It’s win or go home for Canada on Sunday afternoon at BC Place. Switzerland will try to knock out Canada and earn a trip to the quarterfinals. It won’t be

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