The Awful Optics of Carlos Cordeiro’s Attempt to Reclaim U.S. Soccer’s Presidency

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Sports Illustrated

By Avi Creditor Two years after resigning over lawsuit language that denigrated women’s national team players, Carlos Cordeiro is attempting to win back the job. View the original article to see embedded media. The options for the U.S. Soccer Federation and its voting members have come into full focus: either stay the course, or revert. U.S. Soccer confirmed Monday that incumbent Cindy Parlow Cone and former holder-of-office Carlos Cordeiro are the only two candidates running for the unpaid position of federation president at the annual general meeting in Atlanta on March 5, four years after e…

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