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Get ready, world: Here comes the marvelous Mal Pugh

MAL PUGH WILL cringe when she sees the headline of this story. I know this because in the hour and a half we've been chatting at her apartment, she's already cringed at least half a dozen times. She squirms when I point out that she's been anointed the savior/prodigy/future of soccer ever since the U.S. women's national team discovered her at the age of 12. She shudders when I mention that I heard she was so good as a teenager, she had to practice with boys (a relatable response for anyone who's...

Canada back Common Goal ahead of World Cup

ESPN's Julie Foudy feels Canada will clearly emerge from Group E, but questions if they can get over the hurdle in the latter stages.

The Canadian women's national team have got behind Common Goal ahead of the World Cup.

Fifteen players and one staff member have pledged one percent of their salaries to the charity initiative, spearheaded by Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata, which has already raised $1.3 million.

The group, which includes 35-year-old captain Christine Sinclair and 18-year-old Jordyn Huitema, follow goalkeeper Erin McLeod who signed up in February.

"When I heard about Common Football I just thought 'Of course....

Aussie prodigy Fowler eyes World Cup minutes

Gema Simon says the whole Matildas squad is looking forward to testing themselves at the World Cup.
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Samantha Mewis scored twice as the U.S. women's national team began its World Cup send-off series with a 3-0 victory over South Africa.
USWNT legend Hope Solo thinks France are the favourites to win this summer's tournament - if they can just cope with the pressure of playing on home soil.

Mary Fowler has always had talent but even she concedes she might be ahead of schedule after making the Matildas' squad for next month's World Cup.

The 16-year-old forward will become Australia's youngest player at a World Cup if she can convince coach Ante Milicic to give her some game time.

In one of her first interviews since bursting onto the scene last year when she debuted for the Matildas as a precocious 15-year-old, Fowler shows the same confidence with her words that she does on the field.