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SHE'S A CITIZEN
USWNT co-captain Carli Lloyd joining Manchester City
Two time FIFA World Player of the Year Carli Lloyd is joining Manchester City Women.
Two time FIFA World Player of the Year Carli Lloyd is joining Manchester City Women.
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The exodus of U.S. Women's National Team stars continues. On Wednesday, Carli Lloyd officially became the latest player to leave the National Women's Soccer League and sign with a European club, joining Manchester City Women for the remainder of their 2017 season. Complete story
U-17 CALL-UP
Revolution's Angking with U.S. for Honduras training camp
New England Revolution Academy midfielder Isaac Angking of Providence has been called in to the U.S. camp in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, in preparation for the CONCACAF U-17 Championship, U.S. Soccer announced Monday.
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(ALMOST) EIGHTY-SIXED
U.S. defeats Mexico in CONCACAF U-20 qualifying tournament for first time in 31 years
TIBÁS, Costa Rica -- Erik Palmer-Brown’s 29th-minute goal gave the U.S. a 1-0 win over Mexico in a Group D match in the Classification Stage of the CONCACAF U-20 Championship at Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Monday. Complete story
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Michael Lewis
OFFSIDE REMARKS
The most devastating result in U.S. women's soccer history
Sooner or later, it was going to happen. Sooner or later, the United States women were going to slip and not reach the final four of a major FIFA tournament for the first time. Well, sooner happened Friday afternoon.
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Charles Cuttone
CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS
With a voice, WNT players can do greater good
On Saturday, the WNBA rescinded a fine it had issued to several teams and players because the players used pregame warm-up gear to promote social causes.

It wasn't that the league objected to the players taking a social stance, hence the rescinding of the fine. The players in question wore shirts that said #BlackLivesMatter and #Dallas5.

That’s not exactly a soccer story. But it is relevant.
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