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Beth Mead seals second-half comeback as England Women beat Brazil Women
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  1. Women's World Cup: Record-breaking feats, empty seats -- the story so far - CNN
  2. Football match-fixing: Ghana deal casts cloud over World Cup finals in Brazil
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  4. Live build-up: Germany vs. Sweden
  5. England 1-0 Brazil: women's international football friendly – as it happened

Plus, you can listen to interviews with some of the authors below as they discuss their book and other intelligent football topics.

The Damned Utd by David Peace. It will be how the team adapts to the challenges it now faces that will decide more than Cup wins or Championships could.

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Women's World Cup: Record-breaking feats, empty seats -- the story so far - CNN

Bloody Confused by Chuck Culpepper. In the throes of becoming jaded and cynical about the American sportswriting scene, Culpepper, a London-based Los Angeles Times journalist covering European sporting events, writes about the internationally known Premiership soccer league and its overzealous fans. The rough-and tumble British soccer sport quickly captivates Culpepper, who wrote on American sports for 15 years, as he learns the rivalries between the fans and teams such as Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Portsmouth.

The Fix by Declan Hill. The Fix is the most explosive story of sports corruption in a generation. Intriguing, riveting, and compelling, it tells the story of an investigative journalist who sets out to examine the world of match-fixing in professional soccer. Inverting The Pyramid by Jonathan Wilson. Soccer fans love to argue about the tactics a manager puts into play, and this fascinating study traces the world history of tactics, from modern pioneers right back to the beginning, where chaos reigned.

With the growing popularity of soccer in North America, McGinniss has written the rags-to-riches story of how an Italian soccer team, Castel di Sangro from the Abruzzi region, rose through the ranks from the very bottom Terza Categoria to the Serie BAa remarkable feat. The journey documents the trials and tribulations surrounding a professional sports team. The global power of soccer might be a little hard for Americans, living in a country that views the game with the same skepticism used for the metric system and the threat of killer bees, to grasp fully.

But in Europe, South America, and elsewhere, soccer is not merely a pastime but often an expression of the social, economic, political, and racial composition of the communities that host both the teams and their throngs of enthusiastic fans. Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby. Fever Pitch is not a typical memoir—there are no chapters, just a series of match reports falling into three time frames childhood, young adulthood, manhood.


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  2. Biblioteca Madre María Teresa Guevara?
  3. Faith and Football at the World Cup?
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While watching the May 2, , Reading v. There may be no cultural practice more global than soccer. Rites of birth and marriage are infinitely diverse, but the rules of soccer are universal. No world religion can match its geographical scope. The single greatest simultaneous human collective experience is the World Cup final. Brilliant Orange by David Winner. Here is it, your starting XI! Daqui a pouco a bola rola para a estreia das meninas na SheBelievesCup!

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Faltam dias para a Copa! Updated at 8.

Football match-fixing: Ghana deal casts cloud over World Cup finals in Brazil

Friendly tournaments do not always inspire but the SheBelieves Cup has gone beyond the standard fare. But is that enough? They are both credible starters when fit but have struggled with injury. White only recently returned from a back problem while Kirby is not long back after damaging a hamstring in November. Their fresher legs could well be a boon come June, but they need to find their feet quickly and to be match fit straight away.

It is a risk. Bryan Armen Graham bryanagraham. Key events Show England Brazil Mead, 75 min England Brazil White, 49 min England Brazil Andressa, 16 min 8. Live feed Show. Facebook Twitter. England Brazil White, 49 min Fran Kirby has acres of space to wait for Ellen White to make her run and she threads a gorgeous through ball that White curls into the bottom right corner of the net. England Brazil Andressa, 16 min Andressa steps up and puts Brazil on the board with a well-taken penalty to the right of Telford, who simply guesses wrong.

A player being substituted must leave the field of play at the nearest point on the boundary line. Yellow and red cards for misconduct can be issued to team officials.

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On a goal kick and a free kick for the defending team in their own penalty area, the ball is in play as soon as the kick is taken so a player — or opponent as long as they started outside the penalty or were not given the proper time to exit the penalty — can play the ball before it leaves the penalty area. Something to keep in mind today. The team sheets are out. Topics Women's football. As the ball sits up she slaps it towards goal, and Barbara makes a decent save at the second attempt.

Kirby really is a class act. Greenwood played a dreadful backpass that went straight to Raquel on the edge of the area, and Telford flew from her line to block the shot. Updated at 1. The ball goes out for a goalkick, though Daly was insistent it should have been a corner. She takes a fraction too long to decide whether to pass or shoot and in the end Brazil clear.

She surges towards the area again and finds Parris, who cross is cleared awkwardly at the far post. The superb Kirby sprays a pass out to Duggan, who lobs it into the area for Nobbs.

Live build-up: Germany vs. Sweden

She cuts the ball back towards Daly, who is about to shoot when Monica makes a very strong tackle. Moments later, Christiansen hits a half-volley wide from 25 yards. It was made by Nikita Parris, who has been unplayable on the right wing. Brazil, who lost Marta to injury, have had their moments.

England 1-0 Brazil: women's international football friendly – as it happened

But England created all of the clear chances and deserve to be ahead. Then Kirby gets her head up and plays a terrific pass across the field to release Parris. She takes a touch and hits a shot that is brilliantly blocked by the sliding Camila. Daiane replaces her. This time she reaches the edge of the area before flashing a good effort that curls just wide of the far post. I think Barbara probably had it covered. She really is.