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The court ruling that decimated the U.S. women's soccer team's lawsuit had a peculiar irony that didn't escape the sharp eyes of many who read the case: The women's earned more than the men, not just over the course of five years but per game, because the men failed to qualify for the World Cup … Continue reading No, the WNT didn’t lose in court because the MNT lost in Couva
If the U.S. women's team lawsuit proceeds to trial, it'll take a while. The parties have just released their witness list, and it's a nice 25 pages. (That means I spent $2.50 at PACER, so please buy one of my books as compensation. You can now read the details for free at RECAP.) Here we … Continue reading U.S. women’s soccer case: Witness list
I've been covering women's sports for about three decades now. Not as 100% of my job -- through most of my employment, I've had a lot of editing and online responsibilities as well as reporting -- but I've amassed a considerable amount of women's soccer stories (and a book) and a lot of women's coverage … Continue reading Will the U.S. women’s back pay demands hurt future women’s soccer players?
The U.S. Soccer Annual General Meeting provided expected drama at some points, unexpected non-drama at others, and unexpected drama at others. I'll get to the bit about the guy who called out the women's national team for its sportsmanship. Going bit by bit ... The Powers That Be may once again find themselves at war … Continue reading AGM wrap: U.S. Soccer board obstructs and women’s soccer moves forward … but this one guy …