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Soccer legend Heather O’Reilly will exit on her own terms


Most soccer players could only dream of having the career of Heather O’Reilly and the achievements that accompany it. More than 17 years after debuting for the U.S. National Team as a teenager, the North Carolina Courage midfielder announced Friday that the 2019 season will be her last professionally. “It’s been a long and beautiful ride,” O’Reilly wrote. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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