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U.S. women’s soccer players speak out amid sexual misconduct allegations

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Meleana "Mana" Shim is one of the players who spoke out against Paul Riley, saying the former coach victimized her. She was supported by friend and former U.S. women’s national team captain Alex Morgan. Shim and Morgan speak with NBC News’ Morgan Radford about the allegations and what needs to change. Riley denies the accusations and has not responded to NBC News for comment.