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the great former captain of Japan's women's national soccer team, Homare Sawa ? Will she play for Japan in the 2015 Women's World Cup? The Japanese ..... World Cup champions. The world is not quite ready to say goodbye to Homare Sawa .
going to win, especially after the game against Brazil, and then taking the lead against Japan in extra-time. But Homare Sawa had another plan for her team, and her country. In 2015, to win is going to take a little bit more," Wambach said
Hamm, Abby Wambach to Marta of Brazil to Camille Abily and Eugenie Le Sommer of France or Caroline Seger of Sweden or Homare Sawa of Japan. But when it comes to the people who make sure these stars can shine, it's best to look at the sidelines
encounter plenty of competition as they attempt to deliver World Cup glory for the first time in 16 years. Aya Miyama and Homare Sawa will likely return to spearhead Japanâ s efforts to defend the title won four years ago. Portland Thorns star and
become a focus of healing for their nation. The episode features key members of th at 2011 squad, including star player Homare Sawa , coach Norio Sasaki, and Karina Maruyama, who worked part-time in the Fukushima power plant. "This story shows
Sameshima, Mizuho Sakaguchi (Nanase Kiryu, 68), Aya Miyama (capt.), Nahomi Kawasumi (Mana Iwabuchi, 59), Homare Sawa (Rumi Utsugi, 76), Shinobu Ohno, Yuki Ogimi (Megumi Takase, 76).
cheers her team on. Japan's Homare Sawa celebrates scoring the opening ..... Japan's Shinobu Ohno (left) and Homare Sawa (right). Japan goalkeeper Ayumi ..... dress for the occasion. Japan's Homare Sawa (right) scores her side's 4th
even been nominated. Marta, one of the unquestioned greats, had won it five times in a row from 2006 through 2010. Homare Sawa , who had captained Japan in its Cinderella run to the 2011 World Cup, was a deserved winner then as well. So why
life would be great.'' Yet Japan beat the U.S. in the 2011 Women's World Cup final and the FIFA awards went to Homare Sawa and coach Norio Sasaki. ''She was right but she was just a year off,'' Wambach stated. Now, Sundhage has another
day of their lives (Jason DeCrow/AP Images for Playtex Sport). United States' Alex Morgan, left, and Japan's Homare Sawa go for a ball during the final match between Japan and the United States at the Women’s Soccer World Cup in Frankfurt