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Japan Champs Of Women’s World Cup; U.S. Still Winners

posted by mattaug

Too bad someone had to lose …

That’s what they always say after a great sports event.

But I submit to you, NEITHER side lost when Japan defeated the U.S. women’s soccer team in Sunday’s World Cup final on ESPN.

The Americans played so tough and so well they picked up many fans along the way.

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Not just women, either, but plenty of men.

They aren’t just role-models for girls, either, but also for boys as both craved jerseys with players’ names on the back.

Sometimes you win, sometimes you win even more!



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mattaug

posted July 18, 2011 at 5:20 pm


They put on a great show….and in retrospect the win means a TON for Japan too, so good for them and their nation!



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Jack Higgins

posted July 18, 2011 at 12:12 pm


I’m proud of the Girls, U.S. American Girls!

GREATE SHOW!



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