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Socceresq Podcast Episode 3

USWNT and Hope Solo take on the Federation

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USA vs. Nigeria: Photos by MikeRussellFoto

The Women’s World Cup is under way. While many pundits have called this the deepest and potentially most entertaining WWC in history, there are still many issues bubbling just beneath the surface. Equal pay, investment in the women’s game domestically and prize money are just a few of them.

Attorney Miki Turner decided to call up two experts in soccer governance in Professor Steven Bank from UCLA, and journalist Beau Dure, formerly of USA today and publisher of several books on soccer. We discuss the prize money disparity, the USWNT lawsuit and Hope Solo’s crusade against the USSF.

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