John Molinaro
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Joining Sportsnet in 2011 as a member of the Sportsnet.ca editorial team, John Molinaro was quick to establish himself as one of Sportsnet’s leading soccer insiders, providing Canadian soccer fans with breaking news around the world.
Women’s Super League preview: Can anyone stop Chelsea? 
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After a one-week delay due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the Women’s Super League will kick off its new campaign on Friday. Here’s what you need to know about the 2022-23 WSL season.
Champions League Takeaways: Haaland shines for Man City, Juventus in trouble
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Champions League Takeaways: As young stars shine, so does Robert Lewandowski
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The group stage of the 2022-23 UEFA Champions League kicked off this week, as 32 teams across Europe began their pursuit of club soccer’s most prestigious trophy. ek’s first round of matches.
How NWSL could give Canada an entry point into women's pro soccer
John Molinaro
The NWSL is one of the hottest, fastest-growing sports leagues in North America, and everybody wants in on the action. So when it expands by two more teams in 2024, could Canada land one of those clubs?
UEFA Champions League group stage kicks off with condensed schedule
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Bundesliga Season Preview: Bayern Munich poised to continue league reign
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All eyes will be on Bayern Munich when the 2022-23 Bundesliga League season begins this week, with fans and pundits alike anxious to see if they can build upon their decade of dominance in the German league. 
Premier League preview: Manchester City and Liverpool in a two-horse race once again
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After one of the shortest off-seasons in recent memory, the English Premier League will kick off its 2022-23 campaign on Friday, with top contenders Manchester City and Liverpool both aiming for a title win once again this season.
Community Shield preview: Haaland, Nunez debuts highlight Man City-Liverpool clash
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After struggling to create dangerous moments, a dubious penalty decides Canada's fate
John Molinaro
A controversial penalty decision helped sink the Canadian women’s team in the 2022 CONCACAF W Championship final. But, while the U.S. certainly benefited from it, the Americans were also just the better side based on the balance of play.