The Goalkeeper - World Cup

Notebook: Lionesses drown out Bachmann's opus

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Switzerland striker Ramona Bachmann has delivered on expectations that she could be a breakout star at the World... Read more

American Outlaws bridge one of women's soccer's most infamous divides

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia - I have written many first-person stories on here over the years, but with just a few rare exceptions, I've kept... Read more

Notebook: Winnipeg should blame itself for lack of World Cup buzz

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Just before the traveling circus of American fans and media left Winnipeg, a writer in the Winnipeg Free Press... Read more

Notebook: U.S.-Sweden game sets multiple TV records

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia - It looks like American sports fans have finally come to appreciate an aspect of soccer that has long been a subject... Read more

U.S. Soccer responds to criticism from senator; Jerramy Stevens defends Hope Solo

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UPDATE (2:25 p.m.): Hope Solo's husband Jerramy Stevens, a former NFL player, fired back on Saturday in response to the controversy surrounding... Read more

Notebook: World Cup ticket sales fears are overblown

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WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Canada's largest national newspaper, the Globe and Mail, blared an attention-grabbing headline across the front of its... Read more

Notebook: New Zealand sends Canada a Dear John letter

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WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Pia Sundhage isn't the only big-name coach in the World Cup who has talked a big game this week. Ahead of Thursday night's... Read more

Women's World Cup Journal: A few tastes of home while far away

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For more photos, videos and anecdotes from my travels across Canada, follow me on Twitter (@thegoalkeeper) and Snapchat (jtannenwald). A few... Read more

Notebook: Women's World Cup favorites tested early

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WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Every team at the World Cup has now played once. With Wednesday having been the first day on the schedule with no games... Read more

Women's World Cup Journal: A walk on the not-wild side

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For more photos, videos and anecdotes from my travels across Canada, follow me on Twitter (@thegoalkeeper) and Snapchat (jtannenwald). WINNIPEG... Read more