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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012
After the gold medal game on Thursday, when the USA faces Japan, there won't be another major global women's tournament until the 2015 World Cup in Canada, and the USA is without a top-flight pro league after the demise of the WPS earlier this year. Read the whole story
Olympic protocol prevents Norwegian Christina Pedersen from responding to heavy criticism for calling delay of game on Canadian goalkeeper Erin McLeod during the USA's Olympic semifinal win, but her father, Rolf, says his daughter told him she warned McLeod twice for holding the ball beyond the allowable six seconds before ... Read the whole story
A record crowd of more than 83,000 is expected to attend the Olympic women's soccer gold-medal match between Japan and the United States Thursday at Wembley Stadium. Read the whole story
Defender Geoff Cameron is the latest American player to join an English Premier League team. He's been granted a UK work permit via the appeals process and thus is cleared to play for Stoke City, which purchased his rights from MLS for a reported $2.5 million last month.Testimonials from USA ... Read the whole story


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