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(AFP) — The United States head into the women’s World Cup final against the Netherlands today seemingly in such rude health that the biggest controversy surrounding the holders in recent days has been Alex Morgan’s tea-sipping goal celebration against England. Morgan, one of the faces of the USA side that has made history by reaching ...

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(AP) — Remember the US men’s soccer team? They are also playing for a trophy today, taking on Mexico at Soldier Field in the final of the Concacaf Gold Cup, the championship of North and Central America and the Caribbean. Gone from the national sports consciousness since their October 2017 loss in at Trinidad and ...

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(AFP) — Brazil will be looking to maintain their defensive invincibility against Peru in today’s Copa America final, midfielder Casemiro says. The hosts have yet to concede a goal in the tournament, including when they thrashed Peru 5-0 in a group stage match earlier in the competition. And keeping their goal intact will be key ...

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(AFP) — Lionel Messi was harshly sent off as Argentina secured third place at the Copa America with a 2-1 victory over Chile yesterday. In a niggly and fractious match, five-time Ballon d’Or winner Messi and Chile captain Gary Medel were given their marching orders eight minutes from half-time after tangling on the goal line. ...

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(AFP) — Sweden ended their women’s World Cup campaign on a high by beating England 2-1 in yesterday’s third-place play off in Nice, as Sofia Jakobsson’s first-half strike proved to be the winner. England were looking to claim the bronze medals for the second successive World Cup, but it was Peter Gerhardsson’s side who finished ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Latest entrant in the funeral service industry, Odayne Facey, 29, says newly-established funeral homes are filling a gap for poor Jamaicans who cannot afford the expensive, sometimes overpriced, funeral packages offered by established service providers. The young funeral director, who hails from south Manchester and who started his business just six months ...

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Barbadians living in Saint Lucia were earlier this week given an update on the  crime situation in the country of their birth. Addressing a gathering of his countrymen here, Barbados Attorney General Dale Marshall disclosed that the country recorded 27 homicides last year. However Marshall, who also has responsibility for the police, explained that so […]

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