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Gwendolyn Oxenham

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Former professional soccer player who played for Santos FC in Brazil

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Gwendolyn Oxenham played a season of soccer for a top pro team in Brazil. She was paid nothing. A horse sometimes grazed in the middle of the field where the team practiced.

Why women's professional soccer doesn't get the respect - or pay - it deserves

Gwendolyn Oxenham played a season of soccer for a top pro team in Brazil. She was paid nothing. A horse sometimes grazed in the middle of the field where the team practiced.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In the Women’s World Cup, the U.S. beat Australia last night. Another team to watch, Brazil, squares off against South Korea today.

The Women's World Cup

In the Women’s World Cup, the U.S. beat Australia last night. Another team to watch, Brazil, squares off against South Korea today.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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