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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Before Japan beat Germany in the Women's World Cup quarterfinals, Japan coach Norio Sasaki showed his team images of the devastation in northeast Japan, hit hardest by the tsunami and earthquake on March 11. Read the whole story
Sweden coach Thomas Dennerby says being the taller team in its semifinal clash with Japan on Wednesday is of little consequence. Read the whole story
Whatever happens Wednesday when France meets the USA in the semifinals of the Women's World Cup, French women's soccer is already a big winner Read the whole story
Shortly before the Women's World Cup began, Silvia Neid signed a contract to remain as German national team coach through 2016, but Germany's shock loss to Japan in the quarterfinals has her rethinking her future. Read the whole story

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