USWNT and Orlando Pride striker Alex Morgan revealed assistance for previous NWSL gamers Mana Shim and Sinead Farrelly by calling out the American ladies’s league to end the methodical failure that allowed a years of supposed unwanted sexual advances and abuse of gamers by some league coaches.

Morgan appeared on NBC’s “Today” reveal together with Shim and Farrelly to condemn the league and require a proactive establish of policies that safeguard existing and future gamers.

“I’m here to support Mana and Sinead and to continue to amplify their voices, and just show the systemic failure from the league and how wrong they did in handling Mana’s case and complaint and investigation and where they failed Mana and Sinead, and probably many other women,” Morgan stated.

“When I look back, I tried to be as good a friend and teammate as possible to Mana in helping her file a complaint, when at the time there was no anti-harassment policy in place, there was no league HR, there was no anonymous hotline, there was no way to report.

“We’ve now begun to put these things in location, by need of gamers, not by the league being proactive. Something we ask is for the league to begin being proactive, not reactive. We’re requesting openness.”

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