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thesportscycle:

Hope Goes Solo 
By Annie Walker
In an international friendly against Mexico on 13th of September, American goalkeeper, Hope Solo, became the new record holder for all-time shutouts in United States history. 
Finishing with her 72nd clean sheet for the United States national team, the 8-0 victory over Mexico put Solo ahead of previous record holder, Briana Scurry. 
Solo has played for the United States since 2000 and has been the starting goalkeeper since 2005. In 154 caps, she has won two gold medals at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics and a Golden Glove for her performance at the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Solo is the primary goalkeeper for the NWSL team Seattle Reign FC, who won the Supporters Shield for the 2014 season.
Although FIFA rankings currently have the American women’s national team ranked number one in the world, the US will still have to fight for one of the 3.5 CONCACAF spots, allotted to nations in the North American, Central American, and Caribbean confederation. If successful, the Americans will become one of 24 teams to compete at the 2015 Women’s World Cup. 
Once qualifiers begin, head coach, Jill Ellis, will be forced to narrow her squad down from the 28 players she called up for the friendly matches against Mexico to the 20 players who will make up the official national squad. Hope Solo is almost all but sure to make the list, but the other choices Ellis will make, including on alternate goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris, will be a telling look into how the US is looking to make a third world cup victory happen in Canada.
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lagvilava7:

Good luck to our Germans in the World Cup final
lagvilava7:

Good luck to our Germans in the World Cup final
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Considering he came within centimeters of being paralyzed from the waist down, this really isn’t funny. 
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frozenwithversaceice:

wannyy:

This was actually uploaded to PornHub. That’s how good it was. Just saying.

PRETTTTYYYYT sure that last pass was offsides

Nope. 
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owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
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That last frame…
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We go forward.
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We go forward.
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We go forward.
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That last frame…
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We go forward.
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That last frame…
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We go forward.
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That last frame…
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We go forward.
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That last frame…
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We go forward.
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That last frame…
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We go forward.
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That last frame…
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wannyy:

This was actually uploaded to PornHub. That’s how good it was. Just saying.

Wow. Hello my GIF on Pizza’s blog. This is… surreal. 
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The Arsenal Boys. 
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strandofdna:

boyerworks:

strandofdna:

Isn’t that offsides?

No. 


Whoops. Thanks

No problem! I honestly just like using that GIF. 
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strandofdna:

Isn’t that offsides?

No. 
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madman-in-a-blue-box-at-221b:

rogue-queen:

wannyy:

This was actually uploaded to PornHub. That’s how good it was. Just saying.

BUT IT’S OFFSIDE????

no because 1) offsides doesn’t matter in the goal box and 2) he is technically on the line of defense when the ball is kicked, making him not offsides

1) Offsides do count in the box, just as much as they count past the halfway line once you cross into your opponents half and 2) it just simply isn’t offsides. Norwich’s defenders stopped moving, but Wilshere is very onside. It’s not even close.
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bjacity:

Day 2.

Sorry. Reblogging for the cute. 
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OSCAR CHANNELS HIS INNER ROMARIO TO SEAL A BRAZIL WIN
You’re welcome, Brasil. 
Signed,Oscar
3-1 to Brazil!
OSCAR CHANNELS HIS INNER ROMARIO TO SEAL A BRAZIL WIN
You’re welcome, Brasil. 
Signed,Oscar
3-1 to Brazil!
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NEYMAR MAKES IT 2-1 FOR BRAZIL
A bad penalty decision leads to good fortune for Brazil, as this penalty was nearly saved. 
2-1 to Brazil’s Selecao!
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MARCELO MISTAKE OPENS SCORING AT THE WORLD CUP
Oops.
1-0 to Croatia.
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NEYMAR TIES IT UP FOR BRAZIL
A little scuffed. A little on his left. Didn’t matter. 
1-1.