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Third Place Goes to Sweden!

11 Jul

A spirited Swedish team proved the Third Place match is no Nonsense with a 2-1 win over England in Nice on Saturday. This is the Sweden I remember! It was a good match and somewhat bittersweet as it would be the last World Cup appearances for Nilla Fischer and perhaps captain Caroline Seeger as well. Both played very well in this match and will go out with pride. Speaking of Caroline Seger… Continue reading

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Real Madrid FINALLY announce a women’s team!

27 Jun

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I have been waiting for this for what seems like my entire life. I’m quite sure Lozil, hopechaser and ForzaSusan have felt similarly. I think I sense a trip to Madrid for a match! Continue reading

Netherlands claim the last quarter-final spot

25 Jun
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Japan dominated, especially in the second half, but just couldn’t find a way through to beat Netherlands. Continue reading

Norway’s controlled play bests Nigeria’s passion in Group A action

9 Jun

You may have doubted me when I said Norway was more than “the player who shall not be named.” They are. You may have doubted me when I said I love the pain involved with watching Nigeria. I am pained. Continue reading

The Daily Drool – Europa League – FC Zürich: Simon Sohm

2 Dec

Defensive midfielder Simon came up through the FC Zürich youth system and made his senior debut in 2018. He has represented Switzerland at the U16, U17 and U18 levels.

The Daily Drool – World Cup 2018 Group C – Denmark: Mike Jensen

13 Jun

Midfielder Mike plays for Rosenborg. He has represented Denmark at the U16, U17, U18, U19, U20, U21 and senior levels. He’s another one with football in the genes as his father was former Brøndby IF player Henrik Jensen.

The Daily Drool: Declan Rice

12 Apr

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Center back/defensive midfielder Declan currently plays for West Ham. He has represented the Republic of Ireland at the U16, U17, U19, U21 and senior levels.