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Allie Long and her journey to her first Women’s World Cup


was on the bubble. As speculation grew earlier this year about who would be on coach Jill Ellis’ squad for the Women’s World Cup, Long was busy rehabbing a knee injury and hoping to get a chance to be on the US team that would play in France. When the callups international friendlies were announced, Long’s name was no where to be found. (Tacoma News Tribune)

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