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Women's World Cup watch parties set for Sunday
| U.S. Soccer will host a viewing party for Sunday's Women's World Cup final between the USA and Japan in Chicago's Lincoln Park. Pro clubs and women's college programs will also be getting into the festivities. For a look at some of the events being held for USA-Japan across the country on
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The controversy surrounding Clint Dempsey and his trashing of referee Daniel Radford's notebook is quite ridiculous. Ridiculous because there should be no controversy. We know, we saw (and now we've
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|WHAT THEY'RE SAYING|
|"It's nerve-wracking. It's brutal. And I'm not saying this because I'm sitting on the bench and not playing, but it's taking years off my life. I now understand why parents say how stressful it is
because you don't have any control about what is going on unless you are on the pitch."|
-- U.S. star Abby Wambach, who has not started the last
two games at the Women's World Cup. (Toronto Sun)