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Key findings, why the abuse was so widespread, what’s next for the NWSL

Oct 4, 2022 An investigation commissioned by the U.S. Soccer Federation and conducted by former U.S. deputy attorney general Sally Yates was released Monday, and it includes revelations that are sure to send shockwaves throughout women's soccer and raise tough questions about accountability and player safety. The report's findings focus heavily on

Xbox agony: Player ruled out with bizarre injury

5:58 AM ET Courtney Baker-Richardson has an unusual excuse for missing Crewe Alexandra's next game. Pete Norton/Getty Images Crewe Alexandra head into Saturday's game against Carlisle on the back foot after their top scorer injured himself while playing Xbox. - Stream on ESPN+: LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, more (U.S.) Courtney Baker-Richardson has been ruled out of

UWCL draw: Lyon face Arsenal and Juventus

8:18 AM ET Lyon won the Champions League for a record-extending eighth time in May. Chris Ricco/Getty Images Defending champions Olympique Lyonnais will play Arsenal and Juventus in the women's Champions League group stage after the draw was held in Nyon on Monday. Lyon, who have won the competition a record eight times, will