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Exclusive: How current England and Arsenal star Alex Scott is pioneering the role of women in sport

England vice-captain and Arsenal Ladies defender Alex Scott made her live TV debut presenting alongside Jimmy Bullard on London Live last night.

Scott, who has played in three World Cups and earned over 100 caps for England, started her transition into a second career after impressing with a weekly cameo on Soccer AM. 647 more words

Football

Carli Lloyd Named FIFA Women's World Player Of The Year; Jill Ellis Top Coach

Carli Lloyd’s awesome performances at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup still are earning her plaudits more than six months after the tournament.

Lloyd won the 2015 FIFA Women’s Player of the Year Award on Monday at FIFA’s annual Ballon d’Or Gala in Zurich. 283 more words

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Socceroo Realm - Top 5 Moments of 2015

01 January 2016

Since the completion of the Asian Cup in January, it’s been a very quiet year for the Socceroo Realm. While the Women’s World Cup provided a tournament highlight mid-year, the U20 and U17 Men’s World Cups practically went unnoticed. 835 more words

Australia

Feature: Sport Highlights of 2015

From England’s women claiming bronze at the World Cup, to Tyson Fury becoming the IBF, IBO and WBO World Heavyweight Champion, Pluto looks back at 2015 in sport. 459 more words

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FIFA Arrests Among Top Five Soccer Moments Of 2015 (Videos, Photos)

No such thing as an “ordinary” year exists in soccer. Nevertheless, 2015 was one for the ages by the sport’s extraordinary standards.

The 2015 season was a year of change, as Barcelona and the United States Women’s national soccer team reclaimed their thrones — largely thanks to superstars Lionel Messi and Carli Lloyd, respectively, and their illustrious supporting casts. 83 more words

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Thank You Abby

The one and only Abby Wambach retired from the game of soccer Wednesday night in New Orleans. It was a bitter sweet moment for all of us American Outlaws and soccer fans in general. 1,013 more words

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