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Sinclair ends drought as Canada ties Sweden

Sinclair ends drought as Canada ties Sweden

The Equalizer Staff November 26, 2014 2

Canada and Sweden tied 1-1 on Wednesday at Long Beach State University in the second closed-door friendly in three days between the two teams. Lisa Sembrant opened the scoring for Sweden just after halftime,

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World Cup draw on FS1; seed procedure unclear

World Cup draw on FS1; seed procedure unclear

Jeff Kassouf November 25, 2014 36

The 2015 Women’s World Cup draw on Dec. 6 will be televised in the United States on Fox Sports 1 at noon ET. Fox Sports says it is the first time since the 1999

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Canada beats Sweden for first win since March

Canada beats Sweden for first win since March

The Equalizer Staff November 25, 2014 32

Canada on Sunday won its first match since March, beating Sweden 1-0 in a closed-door friendly in Los Angeles behind a goal from forward Jonelle Filigno. There was a hint of Filigno being offside

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Germany dominate England on big day at Wembley

Germany dominate England on big day at Wembley

Jeff Kassouf November 23, 2014 123

Germany ruined England’s debut at Wembley Stadium, beating the hosts 3-0 behind a pair of goals by Célia Šašić. What was nearly a dream start quickly turned into a nightmare for an England side

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Diani scores in debut, lifts France past New Zealand

Diani scores in debut, lifts France past New Zealand

Jeff Kassouf November 22, 2014 22

France defeated New Zealand, 2-1 on Saturday in Laval, France, in an international friendly six months ahead of the World Cup. Eugénie Le Sommer scored a cracking half-volley to open the scoring in the

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Netherlands, Italy tie in Leg 1 of playoff final

Netherlands, Italy tie in Leg 1 of playoff final

The Equalizer Staff November 22, 2014 7

The Netherlands and Italy tied 1-1 on Saturday in the first leg of the UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifying playoff final in The Hague, Netherlands. Melania Gabbiadini opened the scoring for Italy in the

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Packed slate of international matches set to begin

Packed slate of international matches set to begin

The Equalizer Staff November 22, 2014 65

The World Cup is a little over six months away now, and the number of international matches is kicking into high gear. That all starts Saturday, with Leg 1 of the UEFA Women’s World

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Averbuch to play with Arsenal at Nestlé Cup

Averbuch to play with Arsenal at Nestlé Cup

Jeff Kassouf November 21, 2014 11

FC Kansas City midfielder Yael Averbuch will play for Arsenal as a guest player at the International Women’s Club Championship from Nov. 30 – Dec. 6. Averbuch signed with the reigning National Women’s Soccer

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Herdman names roster for Canada-Sweden games

Herdman names roster for Canada-Sweden games

The Equalizer Staff November 21, 2014 21

Canada coach John Herdman named his 24-player roster — including the usual cast of teenagers on the rise — for next week’s pair of closed-door friendly matches against Sweden. The matches will be played

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Sermanni now has ‘freedom to look around’ at jobs

Sermanni now has ‘freedom to look around’ at jobs

Jeff Kassouf November 20, 2014 35

It has been about seven months since Tom Sermanni was unceremoniously dismissed as U.S. women’s national team coach, a move that came just 15 months into his contract and a little over a year

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