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  • Chinese players could reportedly get $250,000 bonuses for beating U.S.

    Chinese players could reportedly get $250,000 bonuses for beating U.S.
    USA Today reported Friday that members of China's Women's World Cup team will get bonuses of up to $250,000 if they defeat the U.S. in their quarterfinal match, which came as news to team captain Wu Haiyan. "I didn't know about that," she said through a...
  • Sepp Blatter reaffirms he is stepping down as FIFA president

    Since announcing that he would resign earlier this month, FIFA President Sepp Blatter reportedly has been mulling over whether he should remain as the leader of soccer's beleaguered governing body. But in an interview published Saturday by the Swiss...
  • Darwin Cerén, Rafael Ramos among Orlando City's top performers

    Darwin Cerén, Rafael Ramos among Orlando City's top performers
    Orlando City reached the midway point of its inaugural Major League Soccer season riding a wave of optimism. The Lions have lost just once during their past seven games, and the issues that plagued them during a slow start to the season are starting...
  • FIFA issues warning to Wambach after officiating remarks

    FIFA has issued a warning to U.S. forward Abby Wambach for comments she made about the officiating in a match against Colombia at the Women's World Cup. During the match Monday in the knockout round, U.S. midfielders Megan Rapinoe and Lauren Holiday were...
  • Orlando City maintains faith in winger Carlos Rivas

    Orlando City maintains faith in winger Carlos Rivas
    MONTREAL – Orlando City is hoping a midweek hat trick – albeit all on penalty kicks – might be a confidence-boosting performance for winger Carlos Rivas. The 21-year-old Colombian has been somewhat confusing on the field for the...
  • Women's World Cup: Colombia's Lady Andrade stirs pot ahead of U.S. game

    Women's World Cup: Colombia's Lady Andrade stirs pot ahead of U.S. game
    For some reason, the U.S. seems to bring out the worst in Colombia's Lady Andrade. The last time the two countries met, in the 2012 Olympics, Andrade sucker-punched American striker Abby Wambach, knocking her to the turf and blackening her right eye....
  • Carli Lloyd confident U.S. can end Women's World Cup offensive slump

    Carli Lloyd confident U.S. can end Women's World Cup offensive slump
    Carli Lloyd continues to believe the U.S. will snap out of the scoring slump that has plagued it throughout the Women's World Cup. "I've got full confidence in everyone, faith in everyone, that we'll eventually find our rhythm," she said Wednesday....
  • China feels no pressure going against U.S. in World Cup quarterfinals

     China feels no pressure going against U.S. in World Cup quarterfinals
    China was a powerhouse through the first six Women's World Cups, reaching the quarterfinals each time and nearly winning the title in 1999, when it lost to the U.S. on penalty kicks. But after failing to qualify for the last tournament, as well as for...
  • Women's World Cup: Two quarterfinals Friday

    Women's World Cup: Two quarterfinals Friday
    FRIDAY'S GAMES: GERMANY VS. FRANCE Where: Montreal. Time: 1 p.m. PDT. TV: Ch. 11. The buzz: Arguably the two best teams in this tournament, Germany and France will meet in the quarterfinals rather than the final after FIFA drew the brackets with...
  • U.S. brings its extreme ways into Women's World Cup quarterfinals

    Carli Lloyd and Lori Chalupny have thought about it. And both say the U.S. would be a lot better in this Women's World Cup if the players thought a little less. "When you overthink too much you can kind of be unsure of yourself," Lloyd said. "At the end...
  • Sports Illustrated writer 'really' hears it from Amy Poehler, Seth Meyers

    Sports Illustrated writer 'really' hears it from Amy Poehler, Seth Meyers
    Make some polarizing statements about women's sports? Get Poehler-ized by actress-comedian Amy Poehler. The "Parks and Recreation" star reunited with former "SNL" castmate Seth Meyers on his late night talk show just to verbally tackle Sports...