Forty of the world's best female soccer players filed suit against FIFA over what they consider to be gender discrimination. The issue at hand is next year's women's World Cup, which will be played entirely on artificial turf. Conversely, every game in
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Published: 2021-03-25 06:41 pm
Top women's soccer players launch "turf war" against World Cup
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