From “equal pay” chants to Congressional bills, U.S. Soccer is under a barrage of public pressure to compensate the WNT players the same as their male counterparts. On Monday, U.S. Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro pushed back on the matter claiming the women have been paid more than the men over the past decade. SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell unpack the statement and assess the ongoing public dispute.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
Verducci: The Recent Good News and Bad News Out of the MLB Lockout
SI's Tom Verducci shares his update on the MLB lockout and the philosophical divides between MLB players and owners.
The Hurry-Up: Playoff Preview and Early Super Bowl Predictions
SI's Albert Breer is joined by NFL Analyst Bucky Brooks and former NFL GM Thomas Dimitroff to discuss the importance of playoff experience and to share their predictions for the Super Bowl.
Mannix and Scal Show: Should the Celtics Break Up Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum?
SI's Chris Mannix is joined by NBA legend Brian Scalabrine to discuss the Celtics, what the Sixers should do to beef up their roster, and the Blazers situation with an injured Damian Lillard.