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ASN Morning Read: Equal Pay for Equal Work?

How about the United States Soccer Federation takes all the money and puts it into the clothing budget?; Jurgen Klinsmann is not going to Everton; Chris Wondoloski does it again, and again, and again.
BY noah davis Posted
April 14, 2016
8:15 AM
  • Many words: The "equal pay for equal play" discussion is a complicated one. It's not entirely black and white despite the idealistic notion that both the U.S. women's national team and men's national team should be paid equally, or at the very least have the same incentive and bonus structure in light of the numbers the U.S. women presented in their EEOC claim vs. U.S. Soccer:
  • It's all lies, I tell you:
  • U.S. 4-0 Guatemala: 

  • Chris Wondolowski scored again and now sits atop the Major League Soccer scoring chart. Chris Wondolowski continues to be remarkable: 

  • Maybe Kobe can be an owner:

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