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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
Enduring Spirit failed. Not just because not many people read it and I lost money on it. I had another book, Single-Digit Soccer, that didn't sell a lot, but I didn't incur any real expenses -- the cover photo was my kid's untied shoe with the laces draped over a ball -- and I had … Continue reading Revisiting ‘Enduring Spirit’
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?