US Soccer again fails to make president position a paid job
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The U.S. Soccer Federation failed for the second straight year to approve a by-law amendment that would have given its president a $125,000 annual salary instead of remaining an unpaid position.
The proposal received 62.87% approval at this week's USSF annual general meeting, falling short of the two-third vote necessary for adoption, the federation said Saturday.
Last year, the proposal received 58.91% approval.
Former women's player Cindy Parlow Cone became president in 2020 and is starting the second year of a four-year term. JT Batson took over as CEO last September.
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