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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, July 18, 2011
Disney would never have green-lighted this script. Read the whole story
Lawrie Mifflin writes: When the Women's World Cup was played the United States in 1999, I went to the opening game at Giants Stadium, eager to be supportive. The atmosphere was great, the soccer dreadful. Read the whole story
Ann Killion explains that this U.S. women's team is leaving behind a different kind of legacy than the famous victors of 1999. Read the whole story
Yoree Koh reported from Tokyo that Japan lifting the Women's World Cup was more than a sports win. Read the whole story


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