Fox Losing Money On World Cup Without U.S. Team

The World Cup is fast approaching, and U.S. women's national team head coach Jill Ellis is closing in on the 23 players she will bring to France in less than three months. 

Realistically, Ellis has had a good idea of her roster for months now, with the core of her group long since settled. 

However, there are still positional battles taking place, with at least two or three spots still up for grabs as the USWNT enters the home stretch before looking to win its second straight World Cup title. 

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