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US women's soccer team aim for gold

05-16-2012 07:22 BJT

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The US women's soccer team are targeting Olympic gold at this year's London games.

After dramatically losing the World Cup to Japan last year, the American team hopes to bounce back, by successfully defending their Olympic title this summer. Senior players clearly set out the team’s goal, by stating that anything less than victory this year will be seen as a huge disappointment.

They begin their title bid with two games in Glasgow’s Hampden Park against France and Colombia, before moving to Manchester where they will take on the DPRK.

The final is set for Wembley Stadium.

 

 

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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