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Fans heckle U.S. Soccer president, demand 'equal pay' for World Cup winners

Reuters Wednesday, 10 July 2019
The head of the U.S. Soccer Federation was overpowered by chants of "equal pay" and booed as he spoke at Wednesday's victory parade for the country's women's team who won a record-extending fourth World Cup in France last weekend.
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News video: Victorious U.S. women return home after World Cup win

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The victorious U.S. Women's National Soccer Team return to the United States, singing and drinking as they step off the plane in celebration of their World Cup title.

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