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Getting the best out of "unique" striker Abby Wambach will be a major priority for the next U.S. women's national team coach, writes Goal.com's Zac Lee Rigg.
Singing Her Swansong
U.S. women's national team coach Pia Sundhage sang her swansong, literally, after the friendly against Costa Rica, leaving for Sweden with the USA in transition, writes Jeff Kassouf.
The USA gained some revenge for its loss to Japan in the 2011 World Cup final with a 2-1 win over the Asian nation in the Olympic final. Carli Lloyd had both goals for the Americans.
Fight To The Finish
The U.S. women had to rely on every ounce of their fighting spirit, defeating Canada in a game for the ages. Leander Schaerlaeckens takes a look back at the wild affair in Manchester.
The United States continued its run to the final of the 2012 Olympics as it topped New Zealand 2-0 on goals from Abby Wambach and Sydney Leroux. The team is hoping to retain its title.
Playing With The Guys
In an exclusive with Goal.com, Hope Solo said she thinks female players should be given the chance to play with men's teams, and spoke about winning a World Cup and another gold medal.
U.S. Soccer sees futsal as a tool to improve the technique of youth players across the country.
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