Between the coronavirus and legal blunders, the U.S. Soccer Federation has drastically shaken up its executive lineup, including suspending chief legal officer Lydia Wahlke.

Meanwhile the women players’ class action lawsuit over equal pay, which was scheduled to go to trial in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on May 5, has been delayed. Judge R. Gary Klausner moved Monday’s pretrial conference to June 1 and the trial date to June 16.

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