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USWNT Coach Tom Sermanni Fired: What Happened

Oops, forgot to put a question mark in the title up there. My bad!

As expected, today’s presser with U.S. Soccer head honcho Sunil Gulati was a master class in spin. 833 more words


Dismissal as U.S. women's coach leaves Tom Sermanni wondering what went wrong

U.S. women’s national team coach Tom Sermanni had no idea he was about to be fired when he walked into a meeting with U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati and general secretary Dan Flynn after the U.S.’s 2-0 win against China in Commerce City, Colo., on Sunday. 788 more words

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Top 50 Countdown

We continue our GHE Top 50 Greatest Moments/Plays in Sports today with three more videos that make the list for different reasons than simply being great plays. 329 more words

Top 50

Women’s World Cup: Nigeria’s Flamingoes Seem On The Verge Of Breaking Quarter-Finals Jinx

When the Flamingoes step out at the Edgardo Baltodano Briceno Stadium in Liberia on Thursday, March 27 to take on Spain, they will be out to break a jinx. 25 more words

Alex Morgan remains out for U.S. women, will miss pair of China friendlies in April

Another set of U.S. women’s national team matches on the horizon, another glaring omission on Tom Sermanni’s roster.

U.S. women’s star forward Alex Morgan, out since October with a left ankle injury, will sit out the upcoming friendlies against China on April 6 and 10 after being “not sufficiently recovered” from her injury, according to a U.S. 342 more words

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US Women's Soccer To Host China In Colorado

CHICAGO (AP/CBS4) – The U.S. women’s soccer team will host China in an exhibition game on April 6 at Commerce City.

The game, announced Thursday, follows the Algarve Cup in Portugal, where the Americans play Japan on March 5, Sweden two days later, and Denmark on March 10. 85 more words