Investigation Finds Widespread Misconduct In Women’s Pro Soccer

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – An investigation commissioned by the National Women’s Soccer League and its players union found “widespread misconduct” directed at players dating back to the beginnings nearly a decade ago of the top U.S. women’s professional league.

A report detailing the results of the year-long investigation was published a little over two months after the release of U.S. Soccer’s own report on a separate investigation.

Both investigations found instances of sexual abuse and manipulation within the league.

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