The National Women’s Soccer League suspended all its weekend matches amid allegations of sexual abuse by former coaches. The North Carolina Courage fired coach Paul Riley following reports he sexually coerced multiple players, and the Washington Spirit coach was fired after reports he verbally and emotionally abused players. Amna Nawaz discusses with The Washington Post’s Molly Hensley-Clancy.
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