World Cup Finds Women's Soccer in Disarray Organizers fear the pinnacle of women's soccer competition, the World Cup, won't generate the same excitement this year that it has in the past. It opens just a few days after the demise of the WUSA, a three-year-old pro soccer league for women. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and USA Today columnist Christine Brennan.
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World Cup Finds Women's Soccer in Disarray

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World Cup Finds Women's Soccer in Disarray

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World Cup Finds Women's Soccer in Disarray

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Organizers fear the pinnacle of women's soccer competition, the World Cup, won't generate the same excitement this year that it has in the past. It opens just a few days after the demise of the WUSA, a three-year-old pro soccer league for women. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and USA Today columnist Christine Brennan.