VALENCIENNES, France -- The head of women's soccer in Africa wants Cameroon to face punishment for the conduct of players in their Women's World Cup loss to England.
The Cameroon team rebelled against three officiating decisions in a 3-0 loss to England in the round of 16 on Sunday. After the game, Cameroon manager Alain Djeumfa accused officials of a "miscarriage of justice."
England manager Phil Neville said he was "completely and utterly ashamed" of Cameroon's behaviour after his side beat the African team 3-0 on Sunday to reach the women's World Cup quarterfinals.
In a match overshadowed by the African side's anger towards the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) over a number of decisions, Neville expressed his disappointment towards the Cameroon players despite his side's victory.
Following two tense hours of football in Nice, the Matildas' hopes at the FIFA Women's World Cup rested upon Sam Kerr. And her alone.
"Only big players can miss penalties, because small ones don't take them," coach Ante Milicic said following Australia's penalty shootout defeat to Norway on Saturday. It's true.
That post-match comment from Milicic becomes rather conspicuous, though, bearing in mind two substitutions in the dying minutes of extra-time. Missed or converted, or if her effort was saved,...
An emotional Marta bid farewell to another unsuccessful World Cup campaign on Sunday with a challenge to Brazil's women: work harder and do more if you want to win.
With tears in her eyes after the 2-1 extra-time loss to hosts France, the woman considered by many to be the greatest ever to play the game said the future of Brazilian soccer was dependent on new generations pushing themselves.
"It's about wanting more, it's about training more, it's about looking after yourself more, it's about being...