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Top soccer players file lawsuit over women's World Cup turf 0:46
CBC.ca
“Two months ago, attorneys for a coalition of leading players informed officials from the Canadian Soccer Association [CSA] and FIFA that forcing the 2015 women's World Cup to take place on artificial turf rather than grass was not only wrong but also ...
Topsail soccer stabbing victim now conscious, talking
CBC.ca
The 11-year-old boy who was stabbed in the neck during an apparently random attack at a Newfoundland soccer pitch last week is making a good recovery, his soccer organization says. Calvin Randell of the Conception Bay South Soccer Association says ...
Soccer stadium wins 6-1 vote; goal to eliminate public dollars
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Cordish Companies Chief Operating Officer Zed Smith and Findlay Sports and Entertainment Managing Partner Justin Findlay smile as a vote is announced on a proposed soccer stadium during a Las Vegas City Council meeting Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
Soccer superpower signs 9-year-old sensation
New York Post
Remember the name Pietro Tomaselli — he's a prodigiously skilled 9-year-old Belgian kid who's just been signed by Serie A giants AS Roma. Pietro came to the attention of Roma after a series of YouTube videos of him running rings around opponents went ...
Westhead: Women's soccer players file lawsuit over artificial turf
TSN
A group of women's soccer players have filed a gender discrimination lawsuit in Toronto against FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association over their plans to play the 2015 Women's World Cup on artificial turf. The complaint was filed Wednesday morning ...

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