@NPR
NPR
a month ago
JUST IN: U.S. Soccer has reached a deal to pay the men's and women's national teams equally, eliminating a contentious pay gap that saw female players earning less.
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@ChakaCummings
Chaka Cummings
a month ago
@NPR How we grading this @FinSports2 ?
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@FairNMean
Doyle Hargraves
a month ago
@NPR Thank God.
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@AndrewMcGIsMe
Andrew McGill
a month ago
@NPR @DanHoranOFM The USMNT, meanwhile, remain in a tough fight for... equal PLAY. C'mon Gentlemen! Congrats @USWNT !
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@BillyBillBlack
BillyBillBlack
a month ago
@NPR Doesn't the women's team bring in more revenue? Seems unfair to them.
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@commonsensecord
Some call me Sue
a month ago
@NPR Wonderful news!
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@mach0menos
Diego
a month ago
@NPR Good for them, truly. They’ve likely been underpaid in the past. So this is like a restitution for past years. In the end, the most popular players will get higher wages based on sponsorships. But the base pay will be equal ❤️
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@rexchatterjee
Rex Chatterjee 🌻
a month ago
@NPR Sadly this isn't likely to make most Americans care more about "the other thing they call football."
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@Placemarker99
Rigid Signifier
a month ago
@rexchatterjee @NPR Why would that matter to you?
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