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Thread: Lingering Canadian bitterness over semi-final loss

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    Lingering Canadian bitterness over semi-final loss

    This pretty much nails it....


    Grant Wahl@GrantWahlStruck by the lingering Canadian bitterness over semifinal loss. Tough call, but time to get over it. Japan would react differently.


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    Lingering Canadian bitterness over semi-final loss

    Soccer is typically like that. But it is teams like Canada that change that view point with the way they react. FIFIA helped it along by not doing anything.


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    They'll get over it.

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