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USWNT · Washington

US Soccer equalizes pay in milestone with women, men

54% Center coverage: 214 sources
The U.S. Soccer Federation announced separate collective bargaining agreements through December 2028 with the unions for both national teams. The men have been playing under the terms of a CBA that expired in December 2018. The women's CBA expired in March but talks continued after the federation and the players agreed to settle a gender discrimination lawsuit.See the Story
Europe · Dublin

Arrests made in League of Ireland match-fixing probe

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
The OTB Lunchtime Wrap is a look at the top sports stories of the day. We bring you the latest sports news and what's happening today. You can also tune into OTB, our daily sports show from 7pm - where we've reaction, news, and analysis of all today's sport.See the Story
US & Canada

Qatar World Cup to feature female referees in first for tournament

Coverage: 10 sources
Three female referees and three female assistant referees are among 129 officials selected for World Cup duty. One man caused controversy when refereeing a chaotic African Cup of Nations game in January while suffering with heatstroke. FIFA has picked 24 men to work on video reviews. The VAR system made its debut in 2018.See the Story

Tottenham Women forward Ubogagu handed nine-month suspension for anti-doping violation

43% Left coverage: 7 sources
Tottenham forward Chioma Ubogagu has been handed a nine-month ban. The 29-year-old admitted the violations relating to the banned substance canrenone, which was detected in a urine sample last October. The FA accepted Ubogaga had committed the violations unintentionally. The forward said she is 'so sorry' to her team-mates and staff.See the Story
Europe · Sheffield

Man admits assault on footballer Billy Sharp at playoff semi-final

Coverage: 7 sources
Robert Biggs, 30, of Derbyshire, charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm and going on to the playing area at a football match. He gave his plea at Nottingham Magistrates' Court today. Sharp, 36, was knocked to the ground after Nottingham Forest beat Sheffield on penalties at the end of the Championship play-off semi-final.See the Story
Soccer · Ukraine

5 things to know for May 19: Ukraine, Buffalo shooting, Stocks, Baby formula, Soccer

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The US has reopened its embassy in Kyiv after it closed three months ago ahead of Russia's invasion. NATO doesn't expect significant gains for either Russia or Ukraine in the coming weeks. US Soccer has agreed to a landmark equal pay deal for women. The stock market had a rough day yesterday, with the Dow tumbling 1,164 points.See the Story

Wales squad for World Cup playoff and Nations League

Coverage: 5 sources
Wales manager Rob Page names 26-man squad for their World Cup playoff against either Scotland or Ukraine. Wales face Poland away in Wroclaw in the Nations League on June 1. The Welsh then return to Nations League action at home against the Netherlands on June 8 and Belgium on June 11.See the Story

Forest fan jailed for headbutting Billy Sharp

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Robert Biggs, 30, invaded the pitch after Forest won their Championship playoff semifinal against United. Biggs headbutted Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp, who was left needing stitches. Forest beat United on penalties to set up a Championship playoff final against Huddersfield Town on May 29.See the Story

Ten Hag to attend Man United's final game of the season against Palace

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Erik ten Hag has arrived in England and will attend Manchester United's season finale at Crystal Palace. The Dutchman will officially start work as United boss the following day. Ralf Rangnick will take charge of his final match at Selhurst Park on Sunday. The encounter will be the final match for a number of departing players.See the Story

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