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|Iraqi, Italian soccer players to honor slain journalist|
Iraqi and Italian soccer players planned to wear black armbands on their uniforms during their Olympic bronze medal game Friday in honor of an Italian journalist killed in Iraq.
|Reversal of fortunes|
Everyone is rooting for the Iraqi soccer team, while Team USA is the one people want to lose.
|Iraqi soccer team continues improbable run|
The Iraqi soccer team is one victory away from an improbable trip to the podium.
|Last hurrah: Hamm wants to leave sport on top|
Now that she's decided to retire, Mia Hamm's last international game could be days away.
|Soccernet: Chastain still cheering|
So whatever happened to Brandi Chastain? Michael Lewis, in Greece, has the answer.
|Mia who? Wambach is the next-generation star|
Abby Wambach's on fire on the U.S. team's forward line, netting 16 goals in her last 17 games.
|Blood, sweat and cheers: Let freedom ring|
There have been bigger upsets in Olympic history, but there have been few as important as this one.
|Iraq upsets Portugal 4-2 in men's soccer|
In its first Olympic competition since its country was shattered by war, Iraq upset Portugal 4-2 on Thursday in a gritty, come-from-behind victory as about 200 chanting fans cheered and jumped wildly.
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|FIFA changes yellow card rule, but Abby still out|
The president of the world soccer body said Monday that the yellow-card suspension rule has been changed for the Olympic women's tournament.
|Red card gets Portugal's Boa Morte two-game ban|
Portugal striker Luis Boa Morte has been banned for his country's two remaining group matches in the Olympic soccer tournament after being ejected from their opening 4-2 defeat by Iraq.
|Chat wrap: Chastain, Mitts|
U.S. national team members Brandi Chatain and Heather Mitts stopped by ESPN.com to chat on July 30.
|Athens Insider: No kidding |
Brian Church, our Athens Insider, offers a little slice of what life's like in the host city. And he swears all of it is true.
|Ratto: Greece is for ...|
With the Games barely weeks away, the Greek Olympic Committee must market this puppy as never before.
|Hamm set for final appearance|
Mia Hamm, soccer's most prolific all-time scorer, is leaving the game in high spirits both personally and professionally.
|U.S. women look to regain glory|
The Athens Games are the last hurrah for at least three players who have defined U.S. women's soccer.
|Poll: Greeks confident Olympics will go well|
Greece's victory at the European soccer championship last week has united Greeks and they are now confident the Olympic Games will be a success, according to a nationwide poll published Sunday.
|Milbrett discusses break from women's soccer|
Tiffeny Milbrett has quit the U.S. national women's soccer team, saying she can no longer play for coach April Heinrichs.
|'Crazy joy': Iraq qualifies for Olympics in soccer|
Iraq's soccer team qualified for the Athens Olympics on Wednesday, less than three months after the country was reinstated by the International Olympic Committee.