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A Carolina Blue Hued World Cup


It all comes back to , the architect of the UNC women's soccer program since 1979. He has built a program that has influenced the game at every level. The 2019 World Cup was just another chance to appreciate the ties Chapel Hill has around the world to the beautiful game. Let's do it again in 2020 when the Olympics arrive in Japan. (GoHeels.com)

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