Former US Soccer star: 'There are no more excuses'
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Former US Soccer star: 'There are no more excuses'

Five members of the US women's national soccer team have filed a wage-discrimination complaint against the US Soccer Federation, citing that despite bringing in $20m more than the men last year, the women were paid four times less.

World Cup Champion Briana Scurry, the former goalkeeper for the US Women's Team, told the BBC's Katty Kay that "enough is enough" and there are "no more excuses" for paying women athletes, of any sport, less than the men.

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