President of the American Football Federation resigns for insulting female players

The US Football Federation president Carlos Cordeiro has resigned on 12 December after offensive comments about women. The decision to resign from the head of USSF was made after the fierce reaction from superstar Megan Rapinoe.

The American women’s soccer captain is not the only one to respond to USSF’s comments. In this record, the USSF said that wearing the men’s national team requires a higher level of skill based on strength and speed compared to competing in the women’s team. The record argues that male players are more responsible than women when representing the country.

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The files were submitted earlier this week in a gender discrimination lawsuit filed by the US women’s team against the federation last March. They demanded a return of $ 66 million returned under a law of fairness and civil rights with the lawsuit scheduled for trial this May.

As soon as Cordeiro resigns, USSF Vice President Cindy Parlow Cone will take over the presidency according to the federation’s rules. Cone was among those who criticized comments made in the legal record that Mr. Cordeiro said did not scrutinize.

The Coca-Cola Company is a long-term sponsor of the USSF. And FIFA has criticized the comments as saying that they cannot accept this. On the evening of 11.5, Mr. Cordeiro issued an apology from the American women’s football team.

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It was the team that won its second consecutive World Cup title in France last year. Prior to the final of this tournament, the American women’s players who wore jerseys deliberately covered the USSF logo during the warm-up. They do so in response to unfair treatment of wages and training and competition conditions compared to male players.

He wants the best today to find a new direction. The debate and language in this week’s legal profile has caused great insult, especially for the outstanding female national team players. He had no chance to review the entire file before submitting and he was responsible for not doing so. If he did, he would object to such languages

FIFA increased its investment in women’s football

The World Football Federation expects that the renegotiation of sponsorship contracts for the 2023 Women‘s World Cup will help the players receive more bonuses.

Ahead of the meeting, FIFA President Gianni Infantino pledged that the prize money for the teams will reach 100 million USD. It is more than double the prize at the 2019 World Cup. The tournament just took place in France, the total prize money has been increased from 15 million USD to 50 million USD.

FIFA also plans to approve a $ 1 billion investment in the women’s football tournament over the next four years. This amount is deducted from the $ 2.7 billion reserve budget of the world’s most powerful football agency.

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At the present time, FIFA has not identified the host country of the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Eight candidate countries, including South Korea and North Korea, for co-hosting, must submit their plans to FIFA before the 13th- 12 years now.

FIFA will evaluate the plans in the first two months of 2020, before voting to select the most suitable country in May. The country that will host the 2023 Women’s World Cup will have three years to prepare for the event. Tournaments.

In addition, FIFA is considering the possibility of organizing a new world-class tournament for women’s football. The same size as the UEFA Nations League of men’s football and another league called the Women’s Club World Cup The final decision on the two new tournaments will be made at a FIFA meeting in March next year.

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Representatives of the teams have spoken, asking questions about VAR technology – Video Assistant Referee. VAR is a solution to identify many sensitive situations, resulting in goals, cards, and penalties, each expected to be applied in the second leg of V.League.

The final rounds of V.League always have many sensitive and controversial balls. It directly affects the outcome of a match in a short amount of time, the referee must make a decision according to his judgment. So arguing is inevitable.

The US women’s soccer team won 3-0 against Mexico

Red Bull Arena team has brought to the United States national football team a strong farewell when 23 women came to Europe in 2019 Women’s World Cup.

American women – entered the unbeaten match in their last eight matches. they kicked off a series of games to see them off on Sunday afternoon with a solid 3-0 victory over their cross-border rival Mexico.

Tobin Heath – playing again in front of her crowd – opened the score right after 11 minutes after a few minutes of high press from American women.

Một khán giả phản ứng trong lễ kỷ niệm tiễn đưa Hoa Kỳ. (Ảnh AP / Julio Cortez)

A poor clearance from Mexican goalkeeper Mexico, Cecilia Santiago, fell at Heath’s feet. with quick footsteps taking her around a defender and the ball into the net.

The defending World Cup champions went on to a 2-0 match in a series of seeoffs after beating New Zealand and South Africa earlier this month.

Coach Jill Ellis, who made some unexpected changes at halftime by moving many players into different defensive positions. He said the match helped the team check some boxes in the adjustment and tinkering tactics before coming to Europe.

At halftime, Ellis switched some attacking midfield players into a more defensive role in the backline. She said that they are planned changes that show the depth and flexibility of the team.

Thủ môn người Mexico, Cecilia Santiago, lặn trong một cú sút của tiền đạo Megan Rapinoe của Hoa Kỳ. Các cú sút đi rộng của mục tiêu. (Ảnh AP / Julio Cortez)

Mexican goalkeeper Cecilia Santiago dives in a shot of US striker Megan Rapinoe. The shot goes wide of the target.

The substitutions in the second half made a big impact with Carli Lloyd. She had knocking out Mallory Pugh, to double the gap at 76 minutes. Lloyd, who almost scored a goal in the minute Monday before it was recalled for offside, will attend her fourth Women’s World Cup.

Their group matches are expected to continue on June 16 against Chile and then on June 20 against longtime rivals Sweden. American women travel to France this week for a month-long World Cup tournament. The defending champions seek to make the titles almost impossible to return and will face Thailand.