Kristine Lilly interview


was still in high school when she first broke into the US Women’s National Team. Her first contract saw her making $10 a day. Women’s football in the US has come a long way since those early days, with the US national team players dragging US Soccer to court for equal pay as the men’s team. Lilly’s 23-year career was marked with several highs. (Firstpost)

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