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wasn’t looking for the job, but watch out now that she has it. One of the most decorated North Carolina women soccer players had such a successful career after she left Chapel Hill that when Carlos Cordeiro was forced out as President of the U.S. Soccer Federation, Parlow was the obvious choice to step in as the first woman CEO of soccer. (Chapelboro.com)

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