“49 years of hurt”: The English football mentality

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For the past 49 years, the England national team has been without a major trophy, but you don’t need to tell an Englishman that. With football being the national sport of the country it is understandable that the English people demand high level performances, but the demand is taken to the point that it is […] READ MORE


USWNT Earns Third Star, Creating Opportunity for NWSL

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For the better part of the past year, the United States Women’s National Team and their supporters have had a single mantra: “We want three stars.” Now, the nation is gearing up for a victory lap as thousands met the USWNT in L.A. Live in Los Angeles, CA Tuesday and New York City prepares to host a victory […] READ MORE




USWNT Revenge: A Rematch of 2011 Final

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Most American soccer fans remember where they were for the last World Cup final…and not for the best of reasons. After taking the lead twice over the course of regular and extra time, the USWNT fell to Japan 3-1 in a penalty kick shootout that featured misses from the likes of veterans Shannon Boxx and […] READ MORE




Lionesses Valiantly Restore Some English Pride

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England’s Lionesses were knocked out of the World Cup in the cruellest of fashions, after a 92nd minute own goal sent world champions Japan into the final. In typical English football style, it was another hard luck story and scenes of total devastation greeted the final whistle. There is, however, something different about this particular […] READ MORE