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Littlefield On Sports: Women's Soccer Woes03:24
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United States' Lauren Cheney, right, battles for the ball with Costa Rica's Daniela Cruz during a 2010 Women's World Cup qualifier soccer match in Cancun, Mexico, Monday Nov. 1, 2010. (AP)
United States' Lauren Cheney, right, battles for the ball with Costa Rica's Daniela Cruz during a 2010 Women's World Cup qualifier soccer match in Cancun, Mexico, Monday Nov. 1, 2010. (AP)

It's been an ugly month for women's soccer. In Needham, members of the high school varsity team were suspended for hazing. In Cancun, the U.S. women's national team lost for the first time ever to Mexico in what some are calling the biggest upset in women's soccer history. And in California, the Gold Pride club team -- fresh from winning the women's Professional Soccer league title -- announced on Tuesday that it is folding after failing to secure sufficient financial backing.

Only A Game's Bill Littlefield explains what's going on in the world of women's soccer.

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This segment aired on November 17, 2010.

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