Andrew Keh

Andrew Keh

@andrewkeh

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Europe sports correspondent, The New York Times, andrew.keh@nytimes.com

Berlin, Germany
Joined on May 11, 2009

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In Norway, people drink at chess-themed bars, listen to chess podcasts, make chess-inspired art and watch hours of chess on TV. Chess, of all things, has become omnipresent there over the last few years. Somehow, it has become cool. I went to Oslo to see:

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“We have the best team in the world,” defender Ali Krieger said, “and the second-best team in the world.” On depth, rotation, freshness, and trust after the US women's national team made seven changes to its starting lineup:

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Quoted @WoSoViewer

🇹🇭 Emotional scenes after the goal.

🇹🇭 Emotional scenes after the goal.

A short thread about the woman who burst into tears on the bench when Thailand scored against Sweden on Sunday. She is NOT just a random Thai staff member.

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Quoted @tariqpanja

Match-Fixing at Women’s World Cup? As Game Grows, Officials Are on Alert https://nyti.ms/2KlGWf4 

As the tournament hits the dead rubber stage - the final set of group games - fixing risks increase. Officials are taking no chances

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“We have the best team in the world,” defender Ali Krieger said, “and the second-best team in the world.” On depth, rotation, freshness, and trust after the US women's national team made seven changes to its starting lineup:

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Went back to my hometown to profile Lindsey Horan for @nytsports. If you don’t know who she is, you probably soon will.

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Not sure why I never tried this move earlier

Not sure why I never tried this move earlier

NY Times reporters in Thailand offer some more perspective from Bangkok: "In less exalted tournaments, the Thai women’s team is used to routs of its own. At a friendly last year, the Thais dominated the Indonesians. The score? 13-0."

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At the final whistle, Carli Lloyd went straight to Thai goalkeeper Sukanya Chor Charoenying. "I don't know if she could understand me," said Lloyd, who spoke to her for several seconds, anyway. Our story last night from Reims, where the USWNT won, 13-0:

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They showed a crying Thai baby on the press box TV feed. Are you happy, America?

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"Her husband, Nate, said that, in the beginning, he didn’t see how mukbang could help support the family."

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Jill Ellis's dad once told her: “You’re not a coach unless you’ve been fired.” He could've also told her: You’re not a coach until a former star player slams you in the media. On the stakes, pressures and whatnot as the US women begin their World Cup:

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Five years ago, the Sewol ferry sank, an unimaginable tragedy that took the lives of too many children. Read this sharp investigation on by @choesanghun “They haven’t learned the lessons of the Sewol disaster after all the sadness and national trauma.”

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Jill Ellis's dad once told her: “You’re not a coach unless you’ve been fired.” He could've also told her: You’re not a coach until a former star player slams you in the media. On the stakes, pressures and whatnot as the US women begin their World Cup:

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Google raked in $4.7 billion last year from the news industry, says News Media Alliance in advance of hearings this week

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Arrest warrant issued for the Afghanistan soccer federation president who was banned for life Saturday for raping women’s players.

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CONFIRMED: Sam Kerr can't stop scoring.

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Australia leads Italy, 1-0, at halftime in Valenciennes. Sam Kerr converted a penalty in the 22nd minute. The best player so far, in my view, has been Ellie Carpenter, Australia's right back.

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Alex Morgan sighting this afternoon in World Cup host city Valenciennes

Alex Morgan sighting this afternoon in World Cup host city Valenciennes

The World Cup opened yesterday in Paris, and the home team looked very, very good (against admittedly much less good opposition). Our story from the stadium last night:

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A #MeToo Wave Hits Global Soccer as the Women’s World Cup Begins - The New York Times

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