Tag: US Women’s Soccer

Referee Clearly Avoiding Going Home Adds Five Minutes Stoppage Time to 120-Minute Game

by Alex Poletti

After a grueling 120 minutes of soccer between the Netherlands and Sweden in the Women’s World Cup Final, it became clear that Canadian referee Marie-Soleil Beaudoin didn’t want to go home as she added five minutes of stoppage time.

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US Women’s Team Outraged They Only Get Credit for 79 Percent of Goals

By Alex Poletti

Showing that the gender inequality in sports is far from over, the American Women’s soccer team has vocally criticised the decision that they only get credit for 79% of their goals after Tuesday’s 13-0 route of Thailand. According to sources on the national team, the players believe that they should get as much credit for their goals as men.

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