Women's World Cup notebook

September 22, 2003
Swedes plan ground attack
Sweden knows it must keep the ball on the ground in order to prosper in the Women's World Cup.

The Swedes lost 3-1 to the United States in their opener, and two of the Americans' goals came on headers off corner kicks. Plus, the American defense didn't allow Sweden to press the attack with short, low passes.

``We always want the ball served to our feet. That's the way we play,'' said Victoria Svensson, who got the Swedish goal on, surprisingly, ...

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