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John Herdman says hes happy as head coach of the Canadian womens soccer team, but would listen if approached about taking the vacant England job. The womens team has had considerable success since Herdman joined the team in 2011. Canada won bronze at the 2012 London Olympics and gold at the 2011 Pan American Games. Herdman said on Wednesday that hes focused on preparing his team as Canada hosts the 2015 World Cup, but added that if England came calling, hed have to listen. England is in need of someone to lead its womens team after longtime coach Hope Powell was fired Tuesday. "John Herdman is a name thats going to be at the forefront of their short list, Im sure," TSN Soccer analyst Jason deVos said. "Hes done exceptionally well as the manager of the Canadain Womens National team program and the English FA would be fullish not to consider going after someone like Herdman as they look top take their program forward into World Cup qualifying and then the Olympics in 2016." "I think its a massive lose," deVos said, speaking of losing Herdman as Canadas coach. "Hes done an outstanding job with the womens program and to lose him at this stage would, with just under two years to go to the Womens World Cup in 2015, would be a big blow for Canadian soccer." The Canadian Soccer Association said Wednesday that Herdman was not available for comment. Dre Kirkpatrick Jersey .5 million. University officials released the term sheet signed by Harsin Wednesday, the day the former Broncos walk-on player and Boise native was named the successor to Chris Petersen, who left for Washington last week. Michael Johnson Jersey . The 19-year-old from Westmount, Que., was edged 7-5, 6-7 (5), 6-3 by third-seeded Alize Cornet of France. Cornet broke Bouchard twice in the last set and saved six break points in the three-hour match. http://www.bengalsauthenticproshop.com/. Toronto announced the deal with the restricted free agent on Saturday. The terms were not disclosed. 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Toronto went 2 for 10 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter. And there were other stumbles as the clock wound down. "It was a lot of opportunities that we didnt cash in on," said Casey. LeBron James scored 27 points and Dwyane Wade added 22 as Miami hung on for the win. DeMar DeRozan had 25 and Rudy Gay 21 for Toronto (6-9), which has lost two in a row and four of its last six. The Raptors led once -- 8-7 in the first quarter. Miami led 57-43 after a half that saw Toronto shoot 37.5 per compared to the Heats 57.1 -- thanks to 30 points in the paint from the visitors. It also helped that the Heat made 6-of-12 three-pointers in the first half while Toronto was good on only 4 of 17. Toronto, down by 20 in the third and trailing 78-70 going into the final quarter, made it close with its late rally but Miami survived a frenetic fourth that saw desperate defence from both sides. Wade saw the win as a confidence- and character-builder, a game "where everything is going great for you and then it doesnt." "How can you hold on, how can you figure out a way through all the adversity to continue to believe in the game plan and find a way to win?" The Heat (13-3) has lost just once in 13 outings since opening the season at 1-2. Miamis mastery over the Raptors now stands at 13 straight games. Torontos last win against the Heat was a 111-103 decision on Jan. 27, 2010, at the Air Canada Centre. The Raptors current all-time losing streaks against an opponent are the Bulls (15), Suns (14) and Heat and Pacers (13). Wade and James combined to score the first 13 points-- and 15 of the first 17 -- for Miami in the second half as the Heat stretched its lead. But Torontos DeRozan and Gay gradually chipped away at the lead, cutting it to eight as the third quarter ended. Toronto outscored Miami 27-21 in the third and 13-12 in the fourth. James synopsis of the game was simple. "We made our run and then they made theirs. At that point, its how you counter that. For us as a veteran ball club, its going to happen. We would have loved to push that huge lead up in the third, just keep it going. But theyve got some good players. They got stops, we turned the ball over, we didnt execute and they got back into the game. But we finished it up." And Toronto failed to take advantage at the free-throw line. James was nursing a sore finger, back and leg by the end of the night. "I got pretty banged up today. Im glad we got a day off (Saturday), I can try to get back in order." Baskets were hard to come by as the fourth quarter began with CChris (Birdman) Andersen flying though the air to block a DeRozan shot.dddddddddddd A Kyle Lowry three-pointer made it 80-75 as Miami went cold. James returned to the fray but Toronto kept coming with a DeRozan jump shot cutting the lead to 83-79. A Gay layup reduced the deficit to two, at 83-81 with 4:22 remaining. Former Raptor Chris Bosh fouled out with 1:37 remaining with four points, five rebounds and one assist. Wade and James combined to score the first 13 points-- and 15 of the first 17 -- for Miami in the second half before Toronto launched its run. Casey saw positives in the loss "The way we played the second half, and I told the team in there, shows we can play with anybody. Thats the best team in the league and they were throwing their best haymakers down the stretch. "But theres two halves. We cant play one half and expect to beat anybody." Heat coach Erik Spoelstra hinted his team was frustrated at the officiating in the second half. "But we gathered ourselves the last two and a half minutes and played through it and were able to execute and come away with the win." "Clearly we were a different team once we were up 20 from where we were going down the stretch the last 10-12 minutes," Spoelstra added. "Thats something we constantly have to work at. Stay on edge. 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