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.



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