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Gotham wins NWSL championship after Rapinoe’s career ends with injury

'You don’t always get to have the perfect ending'

OL Reign forward Megan Rapinoe, right, stays seated on the grass as two teammates console her.
OL Reign forward Megan Rapinoe, right, stays down after an injury as teammates midfielder Rose Lavelle (16) and midfielder Jess Fishlock, center, check on her Saturday, Nov. 11 in San Diego. Gotham FC won the NWSL Championship game 2-1. (Photo by Gregory Bull/AP Photo)
By Bernie Wilson AP Sports Writer
SAN DIEGO — Either Megan Rapinoe of the OL Reign or Ali Krieger of Gotham FC was going to walk off

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