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NWSL faces potential leadership void following Duffy’s departure

NWSL president Amanda Duffy (Credit: NWSL)

The National Women's Soccer League faces a potential leadership void following confirmation that Amanda Duffy is stepping down as league president.

Duffy is leaving the NWSL on February 15 when she will take up the position of executive vice president of NWSL team Orlando Pride. In her new role, Duffy will head all operations related to the Pride, both front office and technical, reporting directly to Orlando City SC CEO Alex Leitão and representing the Pride on the NWSL Board.

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