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Anson Dorrance on the politics of soccer and the women's pro game


Anson Dorrance coached the USA to its first Women's World Cup title in 1991 and the North Carolina Tar Heels to 22 national championships. More than 60 of his UNC players have played for the U.S. national team, including six on the USA's 2015 World Cup-winning roster. We checked in with Dorrance in the wake of Carlos Cordeiro being elected U.S. Soccer president. (Soccer America)

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