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So the Woman's World Cup starts tomorrow, with hosts Canada facing China. Anyone else going to be watching?

I'm supporting Sweden personally, them and Canada.

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I believe it's on the BBC, so of course I will be!

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A tournament I can actually support England in, without the rain cloud of misery and stupidity that forever surrounds the England men's team.

Plus my favourite player on Chelsea's Ladies team is Eni Aluko, so that helps.

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Not only will I be watching as much as I can, but I'll be going to USA vs. Nigeria in Vancouver on the 16th! GO USA and go Norway too and also go Japan.

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Not only will I be watching as much as I can, but I'll be going to USA vs. Nigeria in Vancouver on the 16th! GO USA and go Norway too and also go Japan.

Good luck Lineker.

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USWNT graced the cover of Sports Illustrated this week.  I'm very excited, excited enough to change my name.

 

I really don't see anyone but Germany winning though.

Andrew McCutchen knows what's up

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Not only will I be watching as much as I can, but I'll be going to USA vs. Nigeria in Vancouver on the 16th! GO USA and go Norway too and also go Japan.

Good luck Lineker.

I only get Lineker points for Japan. Dual-national, sucker!

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Not only will I be watching as much as I can, but I'll be going to USA vs. Nigeria in Vancouver on the 16th! GO USA and go Norway too and also go Japan.

Settle down Lineker, support one team at a time, jeez.

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USWNT graced the cover of Sports Illustrated this week. I'm very excited, excited enough to change my name.

I really don't see anyone but Germany winning though.

Andrew McCutchen knows what's up

hey @meghankling we may need a comp for #22 when u bring the gold home to PGH! @ussoccer_wnt #OneNationOneTeam #GoUSA pic.twitter.com/9m9hSXqiFA andrew mccutchen (@TheCUTCH22) June 5, 2015

It's like a foreign language.

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Robbie Savage's sporting picks on tv for the week include international friendlies but not the World Cup. He's a bellend.

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GoGo's Norwegian? O.o

Only half of him. The left side of him I think.

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USA's first game is on Tuesday, Canada vs China and New Zealand vs Netherlands tonight.

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Monday for us, Srar.

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USWNT graced the cover of Sports Illustrated this week. I'm very excited, excited enough to change my name.

I really don't see anyone but Germany winning though.

Andrew McCutchen knows what's up

hey @meghankling we may need a comp for #22 when u bring the gold home to PGH! @ussoccer_wnt #OneNationOneTeam #GoUSA pic.twitter.com/9m9hSXqiFA andrew mccutchen (@TheCUTCH22) June 5, 2015

It's like a foreign language.

"Hey Meghan Klingenberg, we may need to hold a competition for the number 22 when you bring the World Cup home to Pittsburgh! (assorted hashtags)" - Andrew McCutchen

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One of the Chinese players is wearing a fluorescent yellow bra under a white shirt. Unprofessional.

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Totally staying up until 5 to watch the Dutch game.

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I want Canada to get tonked solely for their stupid squad numbers, number 9 is the right back and number 10 is a centre half. She does look good for a central half in fairness, but still.

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