I'm very happy with the way we scored the goals but not only that, the way we played, being so sharp defending. It's a good start to the World Cup. USA Women's coach Pia Sundhage.
Six ways to fix American soccer – from The San Diego Union-Tribune's Mark Zeigler: Here’s how to avoid falling off, or at least how to open a parachute.
Talent not enough for Brazil – from ESPN's Roger Bennett: This 2011 Brazilian women's team is all too familiar with the agony of falling at the last.
Green Acres – from Sports Illustrated's Grant Wahl: "I still think she's the best player who ever played," says Tony DiCicco….
A legacy that has endured – from The Houston Chronicle's Jose de Jesus Ortiz: More than medals, however, the 1999 women's team left a larger legacy.
Spencer considering changes to starting lineup for Portland Timbers – from The Oregonian's Geoffrey C. Arnold: "We're at the stage where you're only as good as your next game," Spencer said.
Red Bulls plan to continue dealing – from NorthJersey.com's Tim Leonard: "There's no doubt about it."
Good time for Caps to be seeing Reds – from The Vancouver Sun's Bruce Constantineau: Realistically, the club needs to double its first-half output of 14 points from 17 games to make the playoffs.
Crew has loss of heart in Open Cup – from The Columbus Dispatch's Shawn Mitchell: But coach Robert Warzycha said his 10-man side should have won the game.
England the fourth best team in the world … erm … how? – from The Guardian's Rob Bagchi: But then the nuances of the Fifa system often throw up anomalies.
Police raid British bookmaker for third time amid German investigation into match-fixing – from The Telegraph's Paul Kelso: City of London police confirmed to The Daily Telegraph that they conducted the searches under warrants requested by the German authorities, but declined to comment further.
Greek football crisis adds to national blues – from BBC Sport's Matt Slater: And still Uefa waited for some flicker of concern in Greece.
Max Bretos: Even in defeat tremendous result for Equatorial Guinea, clear indicator the gap between the haves and havenots has closed in women's game
- Equatorial Guinea
- Mexico's Copa America squad
- The USA coaching situation
- MLS teams dominate Open Cup
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