If you’re a women’s soccer fan, you have to be hoping that what both John Herdman and Bob Lenarduzzi are saying these days lines up. 802 more words
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John Herdman took the hype train down another track.
Looking to help sell Canada’s women’s soccer game with the Americans on Thursday at B.C. Place Stadium, event organizers have given it this tagline: The Fiercest Rivalry in Women’s Sport. 760 more words
Christine Sinclair is slated to suit up for the Canadian women’s soccer team for the 260th time when her squad hosts the Americans next Thursday at B.C. 597 more words
Soccer players from across the Maritimes gathered in Fredericton over the weekend to attend soccer camps run by four of Canada’s most accomplished soccer stars, including Christine Sinclar, Diana Matheson, Karina LeBlanc and Rhian Wilkinson. 441 more words
When the season started, Portland Thorns captain Christine Sinclair said anything less than a championship would be a disappointment.
That’s because last season’s exit in the National Women’s Soccer League semifinals – at home – was a regret that needled the Thorns over the winter and into this season. 584 more words
Everyone knows the talent of Cristiano Ronaldo, but how many know of the mesmerising skill of Marta Vieira Da Silva?
Today We celebrate the stars who have set the standard for the women’s game in the modern era. 707 more words
TORONTO — Christine Sinclair and Mark Messier, who have led Canada to international glory on grass and ice, have been appointed to the Order of Canada. 512 more words