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USWNT dominantly beats Mexico to qualif for 2015 Women’s World Cup

USWNT dominantly beats Mexico to qualif for 2015 Women’s World Cup

Jeff Kassouf October 24, 2014 117

PHILADELPHIA — History did not repeat on Friday, as the United States women’s national team defeated Mexico 3-0 in the semifinals of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship to qualify for the 2015 World Cup. Carli

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Cuellar on resting players: ‘Hopefully it works’

Cuellar on resting players: ‘Hopefully it works’

Dan Lauletta October 24, 2014 2

PHILADELPHIA  —  He didn’t exactly say it, but he may as well have.  Mexico coach Leo Cuellar was faced with a fascinating choice Friday night at PPL Park.  He could play his absolute best

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Waldrum after loss:  ‘I believe we will qualify’

Waldrum after loss: ‘I believe we will qualify’

Dan Lauletta October 24, 2014 2

PHILADELPHIA — It was equal parts heartbreaking and heartwarming.  Trinidad and Tobago’s head coach Randy Waldrum sat at the podium following a gut-wrenching loss in penalty kicks to Costa Rica, and restated his firm

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Costa Rica advances to first-ever Women’s World Cup

Costa Rica advances to first-ever Women’s World Cup

Jeff Kassouf October 24, 2014 3

PHILADELPHIA – Costa Rica qualified for a Women’s World Cup for the first time ever, beating Trinidad and Tobago in penalty kicks of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship semifinals at PPL Park on Friday. The

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FIFA unveils Women’s World Player of Year shortlist

FIFA unveils Women’s World Player of Year shortlist

Jeff Kassouf October 24, 2014 171

FIFA unveiled the shortlists for Women’s World Player of the Year and Coach of the Year on Friday, and as usual there are some big names and interesting omissions. The 10 finalists for FIFA

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USWNT, Mexico meet again in WC qualifying semis

USWNT, Mexico meet again in WC qualifying semis

Jeff Kassouf October 23, 2014 11

PHILADELPHIA – Four years ago the United States nearly missed out on the World Cup. It’s a tale told many times since, but Friday’s rematch with Mexico in the semifinals of World Cup qualifying

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World Cup berths on the line this weekend

World Cup berths on the line this weekend

Dan Lauletta October 23, 2014 19

The history of women’s soccer in the CONCACAF region will change forever this weekend. Over the first six World Cups only the United States, Canada, and Mexico have represented the confederation in the World

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Mexico needs ‘perfect game’ in semifinal vs. USWNT

Mexico needs ‘perfect game’ in semifinal vs. USWNT

Jennifer Gordon October 23, 2014 32

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The CONCACAF Women’s Championship hasn’t gone to plan for the team that was expected to take Group B. Mexico found itself in an uneasy position after dropping its first group game

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Grainey: Twenty-four hours with Haiti

Grainey: Twenty-four hours with Haiti

Tim Grainey October 23, 2014 1

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Equalizer was invited to join the Haitian National Team staff and players in the lead-up to their first game of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship on Oct. 15, in Kansas

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Already-qualified Canada set to host Japan

Already-qualified Canada set to host Japan

Dan Lauletta October 22, 2014 40

While the United States has enjoyed a relatively simple run through the qualifying event for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, there is at least one country that has it even easier: Canada. As soon

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