U.S. women’s professional soccer team permanently expelling four former coaches

The National Women’s Professional Soccer (NWSL) has announced a bunch of discipline to root out the bad habit.

On the 10th (Korean time), the NWSL announced a disciplinary action, the main content of which is the permanent expulsion of four former leaders. 메이저사이트

This is a response to “illegal conduct that has been widespread throughout the league” since the early days of the league. It all started when two former players accused Paul Riley, coach of then North Carolina Courage, of sexually abusing players. Investigations by the league secretariat and the American Football Association began, and the results of the investigation revealed that this was not a problem exclusive to a particular team.

Riley, former Chicago Red Stars manager Laurie Dames, former Washington Spirit manager Richie Burke, and former racing Louisville manager Christie Holly have been permanently expelled.

In addition, Craig Harrington, former Utah Royals manager, and Alice Lafee, former New York/New Jersey Gotham City general manager, were suspended for two years. Former Olympian Lane coach Farid Benstiti, Vera Poe, former Houston Dash coach James Clarkson, and former Orlando Pride coach Amanda Cromwell were allowed to return to work under certain conditions, including completion of training.

Clubs were also punished. Six clubs were fined, with the Chicago Red Stars being the most fined $1.5 million.

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