Carlos Cordeiro, who has been president of the organization for the last 13 years, announced his decision Thursday in a news release. "My one and only mission has always been to do what is best for our Federation, and it has become clear to me that what is best right now is a new direction," Cordeiro's statement said. "The arguments and language contained in this week's legal filing caused great offense and pain, especially to our extraordinary Women's National Team players who deserve better."Cordeiro called the wording "unacceptable and inexcusable," and regretted not fully reviewing the filing before it was submitted. The legal document released Monday argued that male players have "more responsibility" and the men's team "requires a higher level of skill" than their female counterparts. In response to the filing, the USWNT wore their warm-up jerseys inside out at Wednesday's game, to hide the US Soccer logo. After the game, Megan Rapinoe tore into the Federation and the wording of the document. "I just wantRead More – Source

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