Gwendolyn Oxenham

author of “Under the Lights and In the Dark: Untold Stories of Women’s Soccer”

Guest

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.

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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

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