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Canada WNT 0-1 England: Nothin' But Heartbreak

It just wasn't to be. After two shaky performances in the group stages, Canada's women's team ran out of luck in Cyprus, falling 1-0 on a 70th minute goal by Rachel Yankey to finish second best...

China PR 0-1 Canada WNT: It Wasn't Pretty, No!

Canada opened the Four Nations (Yongchuan) Cup in China with a 1-0 win over the hosts China. It wasn't pretty, but one thing's for sure: the Boston Breakers will be happy to see Adriana Leon score....

Who Won NWSL's Canadian National Team Allocation?

The results are in, and now eight National Women's Soccer League teams have two Canadian national women's soccer team stars amongst their new rosters. But what does that mean for the players? We...

Let's Play "Pin The Sincy To An NWSL Team"

See Waking the Red's resident westerner use his very limited knowledge of a tangled web of interpersonal relationships in US and Canadian women's soccer to figure out which NWSL team will get which...

NWSL's Lucky 16 Canadians Revealed

US Soccer and the Canadian Soccer Association has released the names of 16 Canadian women's players who will be allocated to the 8 teams in the new National Women's Soccer League. Who made it? Take...

Massey: "Women's Ballon D'Or is a Joke"

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There's very little that Ben Massey and I see eye-to-eye on, but there are rare exceptions, and this piece he put together for Maple Leaf Forever is one of those. To sum up, Massey argues that by allowing voters who have less than a passing interest in women's football to vote for the best players of the world, it distorts what is reality. He's always been known for liberal use of statistics, and all of them lead to one conclusion: whoever was voting, did it all wrong. Read the story at the link above. As if FIFA doesn't grind enough people's gears already...

WTR Year in Review: A Letter to the Future

To conclude our Year in Review series, WTR's resident westerner pens a letter to a future Team WTR, as we look forward to a brand new year of Canadian soccer, and to remind the future of the dark...

WTR Year in Review: Quotes of the Year

He said, she said. There's been quite a few words thrown around, but a few lines really stuck out. In Part 4 of Team WTR's Year in Review, we look at some of the memorable quotes of 2012 in...

WTR Year in Review: Heroes of the Year

One the first day of 2013, Team WTR fetes the people who made the headlines in a good way in 2012. These are the ones who made us (and Canadian soccer) proud, in a year filled with nothing but...

WTR Year in Review: Villains of the Year

These are the ones you want to lob your rotten produce at for what they did this year! Team WTR singles out some of those who have receive (and should receive more of) your scorn from 2012.

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