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An assist to El Salvador

For many Salvadorans, soccer is much more than a hobby, it's a lifestyle. After a long dayís work, it's customary to meet up with friends and family at la cancha , or the field. Unlike in the United States, most people stay on their community teams well into adulthood. And if people donít play, they certainly go to watch the games.

Girls' soccer comes in close in 2-1 loss against Churchill

The Blazers (2-5) played a determined and strong game against the Churchill Bulldogs (5-0-1), losing by only one goal in the 2-1 game Saturday afternoon.

Women's soccer players threaten to sue FIFA

Several professional women's soccer players, including the U.S. national team's Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan and Heather O'Reilly, threatened to sue FIFA in response to its plan to have the 2015 Women's World Cup played on artificial turf.

NewsChips: Crossed Lines

When reviewing the lyrics, certain implications come to light. Thicke develops a contradiction in his stereotype of women, singing, "you're a good girl" and "you're an animal," but are those really the only two things women can be? For that matter, while Thicke focuses on contrasting the 'good girl' and the 'animal,' he forgets that there's a better word for describing women: human.

Feminizing the field

More than six years after Mia Hamm retired, it seems that Womenís soccer is finally making a comeback.
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