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Even if you don’t play soccer, you’ll probably still understand.

We’ve all been there, where you look down and see that amazing soccer tan and you’re oddly satisfied. We all love soccer, despite the numerous times we’ve said, “I hate soccer.” We’ve contemplated on skipping practice and not running those sprints because one teammate forgot their shin guards. Soccer has been there for us through thick and thin, and we all thank you for that. Thank you for leaving bruises on my body and making people think I get abused. Thank you for the awesome soccer tan that makes us ready for bikinis. Girls’ soccer is so underrated, from U.S. National Soccer Team being underpaid from men’s, to calling us weak and sissies. Thank you for pulling out the anger we never thought we had until a blind ref steps on the field. In conclusion thank you.

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MAYBE THEY HATE ME BECAUSE I'M TOO GOOD

MAYBE THEY HATE ME BECAUSE I’M TOO GOOD

FRISCO, TX – FEBRUARY 10: (L-R) Becky Sauerbrunn #4, Hope Solo #1 and Carli Lloyd #10 of USA before a match against Costa Rica during the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying at Toyota Stadium on February 10, 2016 in Frisco, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Women’s National Team gained another ally in its fight for equal pay on Thursday, when the Senate unanimously approved a non-binding resolution calling on the U.S. Soccer Federation to “immediately end gender pay inequity and to treat all athletes with the respect and dignity those athletes deserve.”

Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and 21 other Democrats introduced the resolution earlier this month, after five members of the USWNT filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in March, asking it to investigate whether soccer’s American governing body had paid the athletes fairly.

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FUCK THIS SHIT LET'S BREAK DANCE

FUCK THIS SHIT LET’S BREAK DANCE

The fairy tale season of the professional Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense ended in tragedy when their plane crashed in Colombia, killing all but six of the 77 people aboard.

As Colombian investigators tried Tuesday to pin down the cause and retrieve the bodies, Brazilian President Michel Temer declared three days of national mourning and his countrymen braced for a series of wrenching funerals.

Meanwhile, in a show of sportsmanship, the Colombian club Atlético Nacional that the Brazilians were flying down to play in South America’s second biggest soccer tournament asked organizers to award the doomed team the title.

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The Argentine was forced to miss the Club World Cup semi-final with kidney stones, while Neymar was rested but Luis Suarez hopes to see him the duo return for the final

Luis Suarez is hoping to see Lionel Messi and Neymar return for Sunday’s Club World Cup final after firing Barcelona past Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao in the last four.

Neymar was fit enough only for the bench for Thursday’s clash as he continues to recover from a groin injury, while Messi was ruled out just hours before kick-off due to renal colic.

Suarez stepped up in the absence of his regular attacking partners with a clinical display as he became the first player to score a hat-trick in the Club World Cup finals in the 3-0 win against Luiz Felipe Scolari’s side.

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