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Why Abby Wambach Doesn't Want To Be Known 'Just As A Soccer Player'

Wambach scored 184 goals, more than any other man or woman in the history of international soccer. Still, she knew that someday that identity would end — and "what then?" Her new memoir is Forward.

Abby Wambach celebrates the U.S. team's victory against Japan in the FIFA Women's World Cup on July 5, 2015. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Abby Wambach Doesn't Want To Be Known 'Just As A Soccer Player'

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