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Women’s English Soccer
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Karen Carney

England looked to be heading for a disappointing draw against Finland after conceding the lead in the penultimate minute of normal time. In stoppage time, the 17-year old winger struck the winning goal into the roof of the net. The game finished 3-2 to England. In this televised match, as she ran in celebration to the touchline, her profanity could be clearly lip-read by the watching audience, including Karen’s mother who, after initial congratulation, had some stern words to say to her daughter.

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2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup
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North Korea

Upon investigation it was found that at least five players from North Korea utilized performance enhancing drugs at the 2011 Women’s World Cup. In addition to being banned from the 2015 tournament the team was also fined $400,000. Through the first seven World Cup tournaments North Korea had only made it past the Group Stage once but the team did win the AFC Asian Cup in 2001, 2003, and 2008.

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Christine Sinclair
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Sinclair gave one of the greatest Canadian performances of the 2012 Games, scoring three goals against the #1 ranked team in the world. The referee, Christina Pedersen, called a rare time-wasting foul on Canadian goalkeeper Erin Mcleod with the Canadians up 3-2. The USA were given a free kick, which became a penalty kick after a borderline handball in the box. Abby Wambach tied the game for the Americans, sending it into overtime. The game ended on an added time goal by Alex Morgan of the USA, Canada to lose 4-3. Sinclair later criticized the officiating, saying the referee wanted the Americans to win. She was suspended four games by FIFA for her comments.

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Women’s English Soccer
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Mike Newell

Mike Newell’s exact words, as quoted by the BBC were: “She shouldn’t be here. I know that sounds sexist but I am sexist. This is not park football, so what are women doing here?” Newell was no stranger to controversy, previously suggesting football league corruption in the form of “bungs” and later verbally attacking the Luton Town board, who were his employers. Mike Newell was sacked from his position as manager of Luton Town shortly afterwards, and the club finished the season with relegation to League One.

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