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UF women’s soccer coach reacts to the U.S. loss to Japan in the World Cup

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Sunday’s World Cup Championship match between the U.S. and Japan was a thriller to the end. As Steven Gallo reports, despite the disappointing loss for the U.S., soccer coach for the University of Florida Becky Burleigh says this year’s team was outstanding.

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