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Wambach and Morgan on short list, but no Sermanni
October 25th, 2013 5:22AM
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TAGS:  fifa, women's national team


[FIFA AWARDS] NWSL champions Alex Morgan and Christine Sinclair and 2012 winner Abby Wambach are on the short list for FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year 2013. The short list for FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women’s Football 2013 does not include Tom Sermanni even though he has led the U.S. women's national team to a 11-0-2 record.

Nadine Angerer (Germany)
Nilla Fischer (Sweden)
Lena Goessling (Germany)
Saki Kumagai (Japan)
Marta (Brazil)
Alex Morgan (USA)
Yuki Ogimi (Japan)
Lotta Schelin (Sweden)
Christine Sinclair (Canada)
Abby Wambach (USA)

Gilles Eyquem (France U-19s)
Kenneth Heiner-Moller (Denmark)
Ralf Kellermann (Wolfsburg)
Shelley Kerr (Arsenal Ladies)
Patrice Lair (Lyon)
Silvia Neid (Germany)
Cindy Parlow Cone (Portland Thorns FC)
Even Pellerud (Norway)
Anna Signeul (Scotland)
Pia Sundhage (Sweden)

Voting is done by national team head coaches and captains as well as by international media representatives and conducted by FIFA and France Football.

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