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Swiss Federal Office of Justice has received a formal request from the U.S. to extradite seven FIFA officials. es.pn/1R6EWoy

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CONFIRMED: Javier Hernandez will miss Mexico's Gold Cup campaign after fracturing his collarbone vs. Honduras. Read: bit.ly/1FTS3xn

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Sergio Ramos reportedly won't go anywhere but Man United, while Chelsea won't let Loic Remy go at all. Transfer Talk. es.pn/1C0Ovyw

Julie Foudy of espnW, Kate Markgraf of ESPN FC and former American soccer player Kristine Lilly discuss England's own goal loss to Japan, as well as United States' possible strategy for the final.

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Julie Foudy of espnW and ESPN FC's Kate Markgraf and Kristine Lilly discuss Japan's 2-1 win over England in the FIFA Women's World Cup semi-finals.

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Julie Foudy of espnW and ESPN FC's Kate Markgraf and Kristine Lilly discuss who has been the MVP for Team USA during the FIFA Women's World Cup, so far.

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We will follow Mexico vs Honduras on ESPN2! All the reaction from England's crushing loss as well as U.S. Open Cup highlights. See you then!

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Neil Lennon would welcome consideration for the manager's position at former club Leicester, sources tell ESPN FC. es.pn/1T7XvX1

Julie Foudy of espnW and ESPN FC's Kristine Lilly and Kate Markgraf give their predictions for the FIFA Women's World Cup finals between Team USA and Japan.

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HALFTIME 0-0! Mexico come close, but are level with Honduras after 45. Chicharito subbed off in the 40th minute with an apparent injury.

ESPN FC's Kate Markgraf and Kristine Lilly explain why Japan's ability to hold on to the ball might pose as a challenge for Team USA in the FIFA Women's World Cup finals.

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After Japan defeated England 2-1 in the Women's World Cup semi-finals, espnW's Julie Foudy looks ahead to what the U.S. has to do to beat Japan in the finals.

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FULL TIME! Japan win 2-1 as England's Laura Bassett redirects the ball into her own goal in injury time. Japan vs. U.S. in @FIFAWWC final.