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"paul riley" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

05:26 min | Last month

"paul riley" Discussed on The Lead

"Omega, it's now a little after 8 p.m. Eastern Time on Thursday evening. There have been quite a few developments since your story published this morning. So tell us exactly what has happened. Sure, so around three 20 in the afternoon, the North Carolina courage announced in light of today's reports, the North Carolina courage have terminated head coach Paul Riley effective immediately following very serious allegations of misconduct. I was honestly expecting that he would be suspended and an investigation would be launched an independent investigation and instead they moved directly to termination. The NWSL and Lisa Baird released a statement as well. And that one started, I was shocked and disgusted to read the new allegations reported in the athletic this morning, the league, in concert with the North Carolina courage, has reacted swiftly in response to these new allegations and former head coach Paul Riley has been terminated. There is actually direct pushback even from players like Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe that this concept of the league is shocked by these allegations when both monish shim and Sinead Farley directly contacted Lisa Baird and the lead U.S. soccer also released a statement which I can truly honestly say I was not expecting tonight to say that they were disturbed by the reports, but also that U.S. soccer has suspended the coaching license of Paul Riley effective immediately and Paul Reilly has the highest coaching license that you can earn at U.S. soccer. And you also wrote about how these players speaking up is happening within a broader context of change. And maybe you could say empowerment within the NWSL. Can you explain how this story fits into that larger picture? There is a great quote from the director of the NWSL Players Association. Megan Burke said that the league is at the beginning of a reckoning. And I think that that has been truly the case. We also lakes decision to boycott last night's game at Rio tinto stadium, didn't sit well with team owner, deloy Hanson. It even goes back to last year, the reporting that I was involved in at the athletic around Utah royals FC, the mollusk team as well. And owner deloy Hanson, which resulted in the sale of the NWSL team. Hanson did later apologize for his comments, but as the day went on reports came out specifically from the athletic depicting Hansen as a racist. But also just players speaking up, we have seen other coaches released from their roles the Washington spirit soccer team has been suspended by the national women's soccer league and their former head coach Richie Burke has been fired and banned from working with any other players. There are multiple allegations of verbal abuse and racist comments made by Burke. There has been this 6 month period where I think everyone in this landscape of women's soccer has been looking at this and thinking about how players speak up if they speak up if they feel empowered to speak up if they feel disempowered to raise their voices. And I think that conversation is going to begin in a much more significant way after the story. And lastly, mag circling back to the two women at the heart of your story, Sinead Farley and Mona shim. What happened with their soccer careers after their time with Paul Reilly? And what are they up to today? So after Sinead Farley gets traded to Boston, she actually doesn't play again. She gets in a car accident in the off season. She eventually kind of ends up with The Rain out in Washington and she announces her retirement. Her career is kind of this giant what if. And for mauna shim, she stays in Portland. She ends up heading overseas to play a little bit, and then she comes back and she actually ends up for a time with the Houston dash, but both of.

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"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Were out there and not only without. They're playing. well you're going to see some of the goals in the top. Five part of the fallout continues and in portland thorns of course one of the teams that employed paul riley. The man accused of sexual coercion by multiple players in the report from the athletic. That really broke. This thing opened the thorns. President gavin wilkinson has been placed on administrative leave. He was in charge of the team at the time. They supporters groups are protesting boycotting merchandise He has not been however removed from his timbers duties. And i think that's the big story here moving forward. Yeah it's insulting you know. It's it doesn't matter. It only happened on the women's side. It's very insulting and something needs to be done about that. Absolutely washington spirit as well. Of course remember. They had a farm manager. Richie burke amid allegations of verbal abuse earlier this year after that and then w investigation showed further problems at the club fans calling for owner steve baldwin to sell the team. He offers to step down as ceo than apparently like made an offer to sell. The team took it back not just standard but in this case spirit players are saying. It's not enough that he has to go he has to go. It doesn't matter if you're out as ceo of the spirit. you're still the owner from a player standpoint. How can you go in with the right set just to right mindset knowing that. This guy is in charge. We've seen it in other leagues. We've seen it in other men's professional leagues where they force they force ownership to sell. Why aren't we seeing here. He needs to go. We saw speaking of needs to go lisa. Barry resign legal counsel for the end of..

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"paul riley" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

06:19 min | 3 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on Skimm This

"Realize that you're not protected until something happens and you're not protected. That's haley caught. Meyer a former professional soccer player. Who last played in twenty thousand nineteen right played. five seasons from the seattle reign two seasons for the orlando pride cop meyer. Who now works at the media network. Just women's sports said she surprised but also not surprised about why the national women's soccer league is in the news this week. The national women's soccer league has suspended all of its weekend matches amid allegations of abuse. The commissioner of the national women's soccer league has stepped down continued. Fallout after a bombshell report. Accused of former head coach of sexual harassment and misconduct last week. The sports publication the athletic published an investigation into the behavior of paul riley then head coach of the north carolina courage one of the nwf elle's ten teams and one of its most successful ones athletic writer. Meglena hans spoke to more than a dozen players who've been coached by riley at various teams over more than a decade according to them riley reportedly pressured players to drink alcohol. Lord them to his hotel room and emotionally manipulated them. One player sinead farrelly said that she'd been coerced into having sex with riley. On more than one occasion a second player monash sham also went on the record saying riley coerced shimin fairly into kissing in front of him in his apartment. Allegedly threatening the team with a harsher training the next day if they didn't comply and sending both players unsolicited photos of himself in his underwear both fairly in sham have since retired. They say they chose to speak up because they want better. Policies for current players riley denies those incidents took place but the same day that the allegations became public. The courage fired riley. The lease commissioner also stepped down it fired. Its general legal council and at the request of the players union. It cancelled five games that were due to take place last weekend. The allegations against riley are the most detailed to come to light this year. But he's actually the third coach to be fired since august following accusations of misconduct from players. That's thirty percent of the league's head coaches the former player. We talked to haley. Cop myer says one reason. Problematic behavior can become so widespread. Is that instead of abusive coaches being banned from ever coaching again. It's too easy for them to just be moved to a different team. That's what happened to riley. After he was dismissed from the portland thorns in two thousand fifteen you think about monitoring about schnee and they report an abuser and then within five months that same man is hired back into the league from an organizational standpoint. How could they felt safe. And secure and protected. Ooh allegations against coaches are coming to light now. In part because back in april the nws s. l. introduced anti harassment policies. For the first time. Ever i think sometimes it happens more than you kind of would like what the endogenous feel like something kind of happens way too far after the fact you know i. I really believe that. Obviously that is a great thing to have but you know how do you go five. Six seven years of a league with no formal. Hr no formal reporting line or anything like that while it is a great step. I think that was something that you know when it happened. That was something very much. The players collectively were like okay. Good but this should have been here. The whole time while caught myers glad these guidelines have finally been introduced. She says the profession is set up in a way that leaves players vulnerable for one players have non guaranteed contracts. So at any point you could walk into a room. Doesn't matter what point it is in the season and your coach. Actually you're gone and it happens all the time second while the n. w. s. l. salaries are often really low like under thirty thousand dollars per year. Playing pro soccer is for many. Nws l. athletes their dream job and even if they wanted to leave the league for another women's pro soccer league in england france or spain. The pay there is barely any better and would require leaving behind their families and that ties into the third reason caught. Meyer says some players have been hesitant to speak up about the abuse in the n. Wfl they want to protect the league that lets them live and compete in the us at a time when soccer is gaining popularity while the nws l. has been around since two thousand twelve. It only managed to get games on broadcast tv for the first time last year. Not to mention some high profile people started investing. Like naomi osaka serena williams and chelsea clinton with the nwf cells future on the line caught myer says players know that damage to the league's reputation could mean damage to their own careers. I do think that inherent belief got built in. Because i think i have it that you know were part of the growing pains and were part of the process and we should be grateful and you know they're doing everything we can and it just creates this culture of. You're scared to speak up. You're scared to lose your job. You're scared to be the person that brings the league down. Though she's hopeful that things might finally be turning around the nws l. announced last week that there will be mandatory background checks for all team and league staff. The league is also introducing a secure anonymous platform for players to report abuse. Plus the players union is currently negotiating their first ever collective bargaining agreement. That agreement could mean better salaries and killing off in archaic rule that prevents players from having a say in which teams they signed with cop. Meyer hopes that despite the league being.

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"paul riley" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Thorns with the courage to say this is what happened at our organization. Was there any kind of communication from the league who knew about this saying you know. Did the league intervene and give the information to the courage that they had from the thorns and that is the part of this. That is most disturbing. Is that clearly mold. People multiple people knew of what paul riley was capable of and probably knew that it was likely to happen again. And it was allowed to while people knew of this I think that is what is hardest to stomach at least for me that more soccer players more women were put at risk of this guy While there were people out there who kinda sat quietly by and allowed it to happen And that's you know and you just wonder if this is kind of another one of those landmark moments in this fight against sexual abuse because i imagine. Jj that there are like the the lesson here is that you know. Silence cannot be an option And you know. I would have thought that there be countless numbers of times in the past were that lesson would have been learned but for whatever reason for some people it hadn't sunk in. I just wonder if there are coaches in soccer in other sports that are nervously awaiting the other shoe to drop. Because i'm sure. This is not just a paul riley issue Th there was the story from the washington. Post about richard burke So we know that this is pervasive in this sport and so are in this league at least certainly in this league. But i'm sure. I have a few look. This isn't based on anything other than my own intuition. I have a feeling. It's not confined to this league But that's just that's just my personal guess on this I think one of the interesting things for me is being the reaction of the. Us soccer federation has been decisive to being serious in terms of an investigation. Which is really what's needed a thorough investigation here into these allegations. Us soccer's retained sally q. Gates of king and spalding lp to lead an independent investigation into allegations of abusive behavior and sexual misconduct in women's professional soccer. Ms is a former. Us attorney deputy attorney. General of the united states was extensive. Experience conducting complex and highly sensitive investigations. She spent nearly three decades in public service of the department of justice under republican and democratic administrations and those specializes in internal and independent investigations for public and private organizations. This is the key paragraph me. Us soccer takes seriously. Its responsibility to vigorously investigate. The harn conduct reported gain a full and frank understanding the factors that allowed it to happen and take meaningful steps to prevent this from happening in the future. Ms gates investigation will begin immediately and she has been given full autonomy access the necessary resources to follow the facts and evidence wherever they may lead. Us soccer remains committed to sharing the results of the investigation when it concludes That's in terms of of the legal world in the united states. This is a person of a serious reputation. yeah And that is how seriously the us soccer federation has taken it She she was the Lead prosecutor in the case involving the The olympic bomber from the atlanta olympics I so look. This is a person of series reputation and and usf as as acted because andrew an investigation on the full fleshing out of the facts and and the systemic failures are. What's needed here. We'll sell. Yates was the deputy attorney general. That's right she was. You know and the other thing that i was kinda thinking about. This is sort of an answer. Larry like a kind of like tentacle off of this. But just something i was thinking about. Is that you know the. The media is often vilified painted as the bad guys here in press conferences. You know the media you know. They're misquoting me taken out of context the immediate. It's an easy card for people to play generally speaking And that's kind of gone for decades. But like i in this kind of situation. The media is a weapon for good and yeah. We saw it here with the athletic. Like i mentioned the washington. Post with the richie burke. Story this latest controversy. This should be an example to women in sports throughout daily life that like when your superiors have no interest in hearing your voice as was unfortunately kind of the case here As this was kinda just buried under the rug. There is another option if you want your story out there and if you want change to happen because like you know there are journalists. These are say what you want about them. The vast majority are objective professionals. Who just want to be around the truth and help push the truth and have the truth be known Now the concern here which is not lost on me. Is that not every woman wants their story kind of thrust into the public spotlight like these are sensitive matters. They want them taking care of quietly privately So it's very easy for me to say about someone else that they should be willing to kind of allow the worst moments alive to be public information. But so that. I guess all i can say is that. Hopefully this current chapter that we're in will serve as a catalyst to change the way things are handled in the future. These these are brave individuals that have stepped forward and showing their enablers that their complicitous and hiding these actions is basically the equivalent to those who are carrying them out. we should give credit to maitland. and of course who did the the investigation for the atlantic Led to this this all coming to light and And you wonder what the future off the nws l. as it's currently constituted his right now. Yeah well. it'll it'll certainly change. I that was one thing that i kind of saw a little bit over the weekend of this idea that the league should go away. I would need to hear more on that how that makes sense. I think it makes sense in a reconstitution are a new league completely new league with maybe even certain ownership groups not involved andrew depending on the results of this investigation and we find out how this happened how it was allowed to happen how. It happened to multiple clubs. That's that's going to be key But maybe maybe some some people in ownership who dropped the ball in this aren't are not capable of running a sports team That needs to protect needs to protect. Its player yeah. And that's the question that i would ask for merritt paulson. You know the the quote that i read there from him from the statement that stood out to me was when he said let me. Just go back and fight here Guided by he said we made an opaque announcement about not renewing reilly's contract as opposed to explicitly announcing his termination guided by what we at the time thought was the right thing to do out of respect for player privacy. I would just wanna know. Did you ask the player like the. Did you ask them what they wanted today. Want it out there..

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"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Thorns with the courage to say this is what happened at our organization. Was there any kind of communication from the league who knew about this saying you know the league. Intervene and give the information to the courage that they had from the thorns. And that is the part of this. That is most disturbing. Is that clearly multiple people. Multiple people knew of what paul riley was capable of and probably knew that it was likely to happen again and it was allowed to while people knew of this I think that is what is hardest to stomach at least for me that more soccer players more women were put at risk of this guy While there were people out there who kinda sat quietly by and allowed it to happen And that's you know and you just wonder if this is kind of another one of those landmark moments in this fight against sexual abuse Because i imagine jay that there are like the the lesson here is that you know. Silence cannot be an option And you know. I would have thought that there be countless numbers of times in the past were that lesson would have been learned but for whatever reason for some people it hadn't sunk in. I just wonder if there are coaches in soccer in other sports that are nervously awaiting the other shoe to drop. Because i'm sure. This is not just a paul riley issue There was the story from the washington. Post about richard burke So we know that this is pervasive in this sport and so are in this league at least certainly in this league. But i'm sure. I have a few look. This isn't based on anything other than my own intuition. I have a feeling. It's not confined to this league But that's just that's just my personal guess on this I think one of the interesting things for me is being the reaction of the. Us soccer federation has been decisive to being serious in terms of an investigation. Which is really what's needed a thorough investigation here into these allegations. Us soccer's retained sally q. Gates of king and spalding to lead an independent investigation into allegations of abusive behavior and sexual misconduct in women's professional soccer. It's is a former. Us attorney deputy attorney. General of the united states was extensive. Experience conducting complex and highly sensitive investigations. She spent nearly three decades in public service of the department of justice under republican and democratic administrations and those specializes in internal and independent investigations for public and private organizations This is the key paragraph me. Us soccer takes seriously. Its responsibility to vigorously investigate. The harn conduct reported gain a full and frank understanding the factors that allowed it to happen and take meaningful steps to prevent this from happening in the future. Ms gates investigation will begin immediately and she has been given full autonomy access the necessary resources to follow the facts and evidence wherever they may lead. Us soccer remains committed to sharing the results of the investigation when it concludes That's in terms of of the legal world in the united states. This is a person of a serious reputation. yeah And that is how seriously the us soccer federation has taken it She she was the Lead prosecutor in the case involving the The olympic bomber from the atlanta olympics I so look. This is the person of series reputation and and usf as as acted because andrew an investigation on the full fleshing out of the facts and and the systemic failures are. What's needed here. We'll sell. Yates was the deputy attorney general. That's right she was. You know and the other thing that i was kinda thinking about. This is sort of an answer. Larry like a kind of like tentacle off of this. But just something i was thinking about is that you know like the media is often vilified painted as the bad guys here in press conferences. The media you know they're misquoting me taken out of context the immediate. It's an easy card for people to play generally speaking And that's kind of gone for decades. But like i in this kind of situation. The media is a weapon for good and know we saw it here with the athletic. Like i mentioned the washington. Post with the richie burke. Story this latest controversy. This should be an example to women in sports throughout daily life that like when your superiors have no interest in hearing your voice as was unfortunately kind of the case here As this was kinda just buried under the rug. There is another option if you want your story out there and if you want change to happen because like you know there are journalists. These are say what you want about them. The vast majority are objective professionals. Who just want to be around the truth and help push the truth and have the truth be known Now the concern here which is not lost on me. Is that not every woman wants their story kind of thrust into the public spotlight like these are sensitive matters. They want them taking care of quietly privately So it's very easy for me to say about someone else that they should be willing to kind of allow the worst moments alive to be public information. But so that. I guess all i can say is that. Hopefully this current chapter that we're in will serve as a catalyst to change the way things are handled in the future. You know these. These are brave individuals that have stepped forward and showing their enablers that their complicitous and hiding these actions is basically the equivalent to those who are carrying them out. we should give credit to maitland. And of course who did the the investigation for the atlantic that led to this this all coming to light and And you wonder what the future off the nws l. as it's currently constituted his right now. Yeah well. it'll it'll certainly change. I that was one thing that i kind of saw a little bit over the weekend of this idea that the league should go away. I would need to hear more on that how that makes sense. I think it makes sense in a reconstitution are a new league completely new league with maybe even certain ownership groups not involved andrew depending on the results of this investigation and we find out how this happened how it was allowed to happen how. It happened to multiple clubs. That's that's going to be key But maybe maybe some some people in ownership who dropped the ball in this aren't are not capable of running a sports team That needs to protect needs to protect. Its player yeah. And that's the question that i would ask for merritt paulson. You know the the quote that i read there from him from the statement that stood out to me was when he said. Let me. Just go back and find here Guided by he said we made an opaque announcement about not renewing reilly's contract as opposed to explicitly announcing his termination guided by what we at the time thought was the right thing to do out of respect for player privacy. I would just wanna know. Did you ask the player like the. Did you ask them what they wanted today. Want it out there..

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"paul riley" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

08:24 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Men in blazers on the nbc sports network from the embassy row studios the crap part of bedford. New york in the crap out of west hollywood california roaches. The many blazes podcast. We back like just in failed lot of football to discuss some of it glorious but we should start dave with one of the darkest theories football along tongue. Yes roach the dot news. That emerged late last week concerning the nws l. This news devastating as a human being an american and and as a football fan in equal measure. I'm still reeling. If you've read the bombshell revelations when by meglena incredible incredible work by her in the athletic about the abuses perpetrated over an incredible period of tell him by north carolina courage coach paul riley and abuse of power sexual coercion alleged to have occurred across several clubs since two thousand ten brazenly partying replay players grooming sexual coercion. That was known covered up and enabled. This article has twelve Women reporting him stories about a patent. That's now all too familiar from really from the entertainment industry. We've seen it. We've seen in politics now. Infecting the national women's soccer league there was meant to lift women reminder as i said on fridays podcast just building spaces for women doesn't mean tool that they are safe spaces in fact receive with. Us gymnastics the become targets for predators to sweep into positions of power and insert themselves troll. Light gatekeepers preying on the hopes and dreams of their victims in the most devastatingly destructive way. Shes horrifying david. it's i'm a teddy. They're not many times that you pick up the paper even though you do it on the internet these days and read a story that that shocks that you just never would have expected to read but this is something that i just didn't see coming in a million years in a still shot in so many different levels yes. The courage fired riley in the wake of the story. Yeah as so. Many plays may clear the league. The league frontal face have been informed of the coaches offenses on a number of occasions and not just fell to act but almost cover over. This is another man protecting situation on like whoa is going on with rinaldi and the credible rate charges which are brushed out by every night effect. Minute won the goal. he schools that how. How do these things become almost an open secret. David yeah i mean i. I wouldn't conflict those two too much. Only because that you know has been reported on and pretty Pretty extensively this seems to be sort of a wave of shock. Not just men protecting men. But lisa. Bear the commissioner of the ws l. Seemed to be aware of this as well. And it's just as you said it's institutional it becomes. Somehow men have still managed to sort of imposed power over the women that running the league. It's just a it is just so shocking and the fact that it's been going on so long and the fact that involved so many young women is just It's just horrific we need to say is impossible for us. To truly analyzes to blake's this awful situation can never be mance playing the way you know and i agree with the silence the way the play is silence for so long by that power. Play is hey you have been since its inception. I mean they've given everything to create a league everything that they will tolerate. So much with with qui- acne not. Just you know we we knew about the crappy rate show tells we knew about. The substandard travel buses. That mysteriously catch fire indirect plane flights just to craziest booking plane flights to game from eighty to be via c that has been as well covered but the pressure building a correa career. This already a campaign ongoing the past two months amongst the everyday club players. Not the not the ones who've achieved international fame but but the everyday club players who are building this league campaign no more side hustles to fight just to be able to sustain a career as a footballer as opposed to having to work part time an amazon or cleaning homes. Some of them have spoken up. They've had today because the pay is not a living wage and hunger. We realize to play the game. We love fulltime. Means that the so much that you do not say publicly including as it turns out this horror david. This state humid horror for fear. That when you do either nothing will be done. As is the case and i can't imagine what it must have felt like for these women who did report it and so so nothing done or worse that it will come back to be held against that fair is just mortifying yeah major. Us female soccer stars now saying burned leak down. Shut it down. They shut down play this weekend. And the entire future the entire future of the nwf sell certainly in. His current form is in question. What now is really the question. It does pay me to say. Make no mistake. the league. the league is in is a massive trouble. This path finding league fall. Not just north american play as this is a league which is inspired leagues. All over europe to to grow in. Its wake but i'll say this. Whol fans are some of the most devoted and deeply connected to that teams to that players and they are. They are utterly devastated. Not just by the raleigh news but by the league they loves response in the wake of or the lack of a response this week as well as their their complicity for years the commissioners involvement and covering it all up and and really the tone-deaf reaction to the league has had this week pointing and oversight committee to try and lead the league through this devastatingly. Turbulent time has no racial diversity. When you see that you can see a partway and i pray. This doesn't happen but where the top players distance themselves from the league. The the fans follow them and protest and the sponsors. The league's lifeblood. Don't wanna touch him. Unless you say buds darkness on the edge of town so area so this period has to be navigated with true change. the will be no room for just surface. Pr efforts lay no room at all unless they respect to us cup. Who run the league until recently. They acted forcefully bruin last night. Former acting attorney general sally. Yates t lead an investigation into the allegations on their behalf. But i do believe david. Crisis does reveal true leaders and the players have used that leverage to flex their muscles and have a weekend of games cancelled. The league has to engage these players. The the answer can only be a believe worked out in partnership with the players. What i fear is that you know. The free market for sports is highly competitive. We've already seen in many of the top female plaza world starts apply their trade in. You know the european leagues and suddenly you know europe. Those european clubs as we've discussed are starting to get their act together in the women's game and unless us soccer and the wfl and these women you know these leaders that you know we have been so impressed by and continue impressed by unless they act fast and decisively and bring commercial interests on board that means owners that means sponsors. That means tv networks. It's going to be lost very fast. Yeah i will say to the remarkable voices in the start moment have.

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"paul riley" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Dots address. Very kind together. Yes other based on main studio actress until the chains we play out with each episode and also we put playlist up on friday because it was jeering independence day. Nigerian footballers music Something that will very fund of indeed to to long playlist if some of our favorite base of nigerian Owns bui- so that's on. The study are spotify pages. Well that so today we're gonna talk about some taking the music to. I'm going to give him a little known to scientists some dangerous matches. Yes indeed from the premier league from lalita from the bundesliga and then a little quick. Wrap up with some other stuff before we get into that. We're gonna get into service story coming from the states. So let's do that now because we wanted to address us at the top of the show. We're not gonna go into a huge detail on this purely because the reporting of his has been so exhaustive and so genuinely incredible. Yeah with so much context so much detail and and basically completely frames exactly how you need to read it. We withdraw direct you properly to guard read in about it. Basically in summary a number of former players of accused north carolina courage will now ex north carolina courage head coach paul riley of sexual coercion a multiple teams leaks for over a decade. Since two thousand ten. I'm taking this from the summary on the athletic side where the story was broken by. One of the don of dons. Yeah meglena hon. If you don't follow meg please do so absolutely incredible women's football writer. She did a huge investigation on this boat to ex players including sinead farrelly and monash him who both played under riley and i would really recommend going read. If you haven't.

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"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Now also result in that report all five matches that were scheduled for this weekend have been postponed. The nwf south players union said last night. We made the difficult decision to ask. Nwf sal to postpone this weekend's games to give players space to process this pain now an before. She resigned bed had signed after postponed. The game saying recognizing that trauma. We've decided not to take the field. This we can to give everyone some space to reflect well for more on this on quite the seventy two hours in the history of nws. Julie foudy is with us judy. I it's just your reaction on all i mean. Just just what you said there dan. it's just been an awfully sad and heart wrenching. Seventy two hours in women's soccer and obviously as you heard sebastian and her saying there was no way forward for lisa baird so her resignation on friday was not unexpected. I don't think there was any path forward for her. Given she'd lost the trust of the players and essentially this league is in a critical moment. It's a reckoning for them because there are so many things in so many different areas going wrong and they have lost the trust of the players and off as well the fans. There's so many irate fans given all that transpired in the last few days in the last few years honestly. Judy hit the most from this report. That once again it takes so much for institutions leagues companies to believe the women to believe the players that these two players sinead farley and monash him came to portland thorns in two thousand fifteen and filed a report with their human resource department. Courageously stood up and nothing was done and portland did. Say they didn't renew the contract. Paul riley but the problem is you got hired months later by western new york another professional team so he goes on to another job and so this is something. We're not just seeing them women's soccer of course but the fact that it takes these women having to really risk so much to come forward to make lenihan ekaete and telling their story shouldn't be the case and so it's understandable that angst and anger of all these players indigo cell right now kind of nubia. So recover julie from this. Yes because the product that is out there as the players in that. And that's the gift that is the smell is there so many tremendous players are so much talent and beyond that so many wonderful role models and so i actually think this is a chance for the cell to clean out it's shop and culture and create something that is inspirational For the next generation of players out there and and all the pieces are in place with the players and now they have to. And this is the reckoning. They have to come to. They have to get the right people and they have to set protocol in protections in place for the players. They need to first and foremost listened to the players. Because right now and in the past it's been a lot of talk and not enough action not any action to be fair. So this is something. The players are gonna monitoring there in the middle of a negotiation and they have a lot of leverage right. Now judy found is always a thank you very much feel time a lot more on this story as it develops on the.

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"paul riley" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"From the Annie E Casey foundation This is weak and tradition from NPR news I'm Scott Simon and now it's time for sports The head of the woman's pro soccer league has resigned after confronting a sadly familiar scandal accusations of sexual misconduct in the league and Tom Brady returns home this weekend with some hardware in hand We're joined now by embarrassed Tom Goldman Tom Thanks so much for being with us My pleasure Scott Lisa barret The commissioner of the national women's soccer league has resigned FIFA and U.S. soccer are investigating allegations of sexual misconduct in the league We should note this began with a report on the sports website the athletic and tell us what it said What a mess What it said it said a lot of things very lengthy investigation but kind of the key points were that former North Carolina courage coach Paul Riley exhibited favoritism with players didn't respect personal boundaries But really Scott the explosive part is on on the record accounts by former players of how Riley allegedly coerced sex from one of them multiple times and forced to female players to kiss in front of him in exchange for him going easier on the team in the next practice Even after Riley was investigated by one team in 2015 and dismissed he was allowed to sign with another NWSL team the one I mentioned North Carolina courage where he coached until he was fired late this week after the report came out Now Riley has denied most of the allegations including the most serious ones about sexual coercion and misconduct And as you mentioned NWSL commissioner Lisa Baird is out of a job after only about a year and a half on the job Was it just a couple of weeks ago we were talking about the horrific scandal in women's gymnastics This is going to sound awfully naive but why do we keep seeing so much abuse against women afflicts Why can't it be stopped Why does the keep happening Women even strong female athletes I think are put in vulnerable positions with male authority figures and the women feel as if they can't push back because of safety or fear of it having an impact on their careers But you know Scott there's a lot of pushback from players with this NWSL situation a huge amount of anger especially about how players say the league and team officials many of the men either didn't act or were dismissive after learning about allegations against Paul Reilly The most famous player around right now Megan Rapinoe captured that anger when she tweeted men protecting men who are abusing women burn it all down let all their heads roll On a more positive note a Diana to Rossi became the most veteran WNBA player to score a 30 point game this week Yeah she's one of the greats and even when hobbled by injury she can still shoot the lights out and she did that in Phoenix's playoff win over Las Vegas Thursday night She's playing on an injured ankle but still hit a career high 8 three pointers for a playoff career high 37 points not bad for a 39 year old take that Tom Brady who's 44 And speaking of Tom Brady He goes home to foxboro this weekend Do you think he'll carry his Super Bowl trophy he won with Tampa Bay over to Bill Belichick On the patriot side of the field and go Yeah yeah He may but I doubt it That of course would be the one Super Bowl trophy with Tampa Bay last season that he won by himself without Bill Belichick Of course there are 6 others they went together Many are saying this will be an awkward homecoming like a family picnic where divorce parents both show up when Brady left New England after 20 years of immortality to go to Tampa Bay It wasn't altogether smooth Lots of people say Brady and Belichick had grown weary of each other But in the lead up to tomorrow's game both are publicly being very kind to the other It'll be fascinating to watch The actual football plays out and how they scheme against each other These long time patriots In Paris Tom Goldman thanks so much for being with us You're welcome Scott In.

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NWSL Commissioner Baird resigns amid scandal

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

NWSL Commissioner Baird resigns amid scandal

"A day after North Carolina courage coach Paul Riley was fired accused by two players of sexual coercion and misconduct the female commissioner of the national women's soccer league has stepped down Lisa Baird spent less than two years at the helm FIFA and U. S. soccer have opened investigations into the case with the statement that player safety and respect is the paramount responsibility of every person involved in this game coach Riley's denied the allegations which have rocked the league and prompted the cancellation of this weekend's games I'm Jackie Quinn

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"paul riley" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on KOMO

"Pandemic had to mental health services Coming up after a VC news it's 8 o'clock From the ABC News I'm Daria albinger The commissioner of the national women's soccer league has resigned and all games are canceled this weekend as the sports governing bodies look into allegations of sexual harassment by a now former coach North Carolina courage fired coach Paul Riley Thursday He denies allegations of over a decade of sexual coercion and inappropriate comments about players weight and sexual orientation World soccer champ Olympic gold medalist Julie saying of league commissioner Lisa Bayer that it seems Lisa and NWSL was interested in protecting the owners and the coaches and the brand more than the players The bounties also a minority owner of the angel city football club and investigation by the athletic talked with more than a dozen players Chuck sievertson ABC News Also this week the Washington spirit fired head coach Richie Burke who had been suspended after players accused him of verbal and emotional abuse It's a bleak benchmark in the battle against COVID-19 Johns Hopkins University says deaths in the U.S. have topped 700,000 that's more than the population of Boston American and Alaska airlines along with JetBlue will join united and requiring employees to get COVID vaccines Delta says for now what will allow employees to opt for weekly testing President Biden on Capitol Hill today hoping to get moderate and progressive Democrats behind his build back better agenda That's fundamentally not about particular numbers It's about the programmatic investments that we're making in America Blake child care like healthcare like expansion of Medicare and Medicaid Merrill and democratic congressman Jamie Raskin the Illinois state police departments in mourning trooper Gerald mason was found in his cruiser today on Chicago's Dan Ryan expressway with a gunshot wound to the head.

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"paul riley" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

04:12 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on The Lead

"Eastern time on thursday evening there have been quite a few developments since your story published this morning. So tell us exactly what has happened. Sure so around three twenty in the afternoon. The north carolina courage announced in light of today's reports the north carolina courage have terminated head coach paul riley effective immediately following very serious allegations of misconduct. I was honestly expecting that. He would be suspended in an investigation would be launched an independent investigation and instead they moved directly to termination the end of your cell and lisa baird released a statement as well and that one started. I was shocked and disgusted to read the new allegations reported in the athletic this morning. The league in concert with the carolina courage has reacted swiftly in response to these new allegations and former head coach. paul riley has been terminated. There is actually direct pushback. Even from players. Like alex morgan and meghan or piano that this concept of the league is is shocked by these allegations when both monash him and sinead farley directly contacted lisa baird and the lead. Us soccer also released a statement. Which i can truly honestly say. I was not expecting tonight to say that they were disturbed by the reports. But also that you uh soccer has suspended. The coaching license of paul riley effective immediately in paul riley has the highest coaching license. That you can earn at. Us soccer immature also. Wrote about how these players speaking up is happening within a broader context of change. And maybe you could say empowerment within the end of your cell q. Explain how story fits into that larger picture. There is a great quote from the director of the end of his players association. Meghan burke said that the league is at the beginning of reckoning. And i think that that has been truly the case real salt lake's decision to boycott last night's game at rio. Tinto stadium didn't sit well with team. Owner deloite hanson. It even goes back to last year. The reporting that. I was involved in the athletic around. Utah royals of sees the most team as well and owner delay hansen which resulted in the sale of the douglas l. team hanson did later apologized for his comments but as the day went on reports came out specifically from the athletic depicting hanson as a racist also just players speaking up. We have seen other coaches released from their roles. The washington spirit soccer team has been suspended by the national women's soccer league and their former head. Coach richie burke has been fired and banned from working with any other players. There are multiple allegations of verbal abuse and racist comments made by burke. There has been this six month period. Where i think everyone in this landscape of women's soccer has been looking at this and thinking about how players speak up if they speak up if they feel empowered to speak up if they feel disempowered to raise their voices and i think that conversation is going to begin in a much more significant way after the story and leslie meg circling back to the two women at the heart of your story sinead farley and monash him. What happened with their soccer careers after their time with paul riley. And what are they up to today. So after nate farley gets traded to boston she actually doesn't play again. She gets in a car accident in the off season. She eventually kind of ends up with the rain out in washington and she announces her retirement. Her career is kind of this giant. What if and for monash him. She stays in portland. She ends up heading overseas to play a little bit and then she comes back and she actually ends up for a time with the houston dash but both of their careers. I think they're never the same after what happened.

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"paul riley" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on The Lead

"You tell us a little about paul riley's background and his stature in the soccer world so paul. Riley is a coach in the national women's soccer league. Currently for the north carolina courage the most dominant team in the end abuse. L. from basically since twenty. Sixty your champions. They're winning championships there. Winning the regular season. He's winning coach of the year. Awards as you evolve as a group you get that as the culture gets better. The environment get stronger. And he's coach. That has won everything you can win in this league. He's been in contention for the us national team a couple of times a lot of internationals group. They play a lot of different countries. The old plan different way when they come here. And they got off the plane and the buses and the trains and the 'cause they play the way we play so he is essentially one of the most powerful soccer coaches in the us. Is that fair to say within the women's game. I think it's definitely fair to say that. He's one of the most powerful i mean. He's in the upper part of the coaching world. In women's soccer. he is one of the main figures in the space will make you spoke with a dozen women who've played under him over the years ten more people from across the n. w. ourselves so twenty two people total setting aside the stories of sexual coercion for a minute which will get to over some of the problematic behaviors that these twenty two people told you about riley. As a coach every player spoke about this experience that they would have in game speeches like halftime pregame. Postgame where he would just tear into players. Multiple players spoke about this time where he yelled at a player after they lost a game that because she had brought her child to the match they lost the players who spoke to head. All of these stories about riley bringing up players wait player spoke about there's justice fascination with personal relationships with sexual orientation with queer players that is very very troubling..

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"paul riley" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

03:37 min | 8 months ago

"paul riley" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"You know every player to do do things that they need to choose. A big piece of our team in Richie does believe in his own players in knows that if we play waving wanna play. No one player can affect us in. I don't know he. Actually i know. Paul riley for north carolina urged as psychology always the underdogs. They break out your fooling. No one paul. It's no one believes you. Dogs right in ritchie for us. It's like even though we're young every single one of my players take over this team in you guys have to show bat. You should be confident. never thinks the best the underdogs because he was he was confident player themselves like maybe two competent. But it works i. Why am i like that. I like that better than the other. I think that's more easy to believe for me. Obviously there's collective delusion north carolina if the players still to this point or like what he's right no one everyone data who could have ever thought we would do it. I think i think get system makes a lot more sense. Allowance are twenty year old players. Just go do their thing. They're not scared at all. See actually sanchez taping experience. All the time like it's it's so fun to see a not. I think i think in thirty years. We're going to have an interview where ashley sanchez is going to be sitting down. And we're going to hear the the richie burke talking about how great How great roosevelt. And she's gonna be sitting and say. I took that personally. Give my reverence. Speaking speaking about how one player leaving or one player not being there was has not changed the goals of the of the team and sort of the chance creation so obviously that there was there a move there She she moved on chance. Creation did not was not affected here so far in the challenge cup and after the fact but bailey feis being injured we think myself Of the other beat writers that were falling team. Were like this. Is her year like her cup. She from from my perspective was like player of the match almost every time in the challenge cup she was on fire and she gets hurt in a in a in a in a friendly before the season finally starts Do were week which she what she did you also think she was. She was have a big ear. I sorta full are a full season position where she probably going to start. Choosing the starting eleven for sure and ritchie was ritchie was pumped. I think to have her have a more increasing role in full in a full length. Season yeah She is my remain We had incredible year together last year. Just we used cohen. Time better individually. And i'm telling you issues. Doing freaking incredible in preseason and it makes me a little emotional about issues in in amazing year. Like so confident. She's a beast. She can run for miles and miles. Roosevelt s now. That usually happens. When you're at your prime something happens to test resiliency or something. I can tell you about. She's come back stronger It's a bummer. But the can't stop us from articles. You know yup think the team only be better when they're able to reincorporate for her back in you know. Atl now is such as like a. That's like a hamstring. Pull at this point. Everyone seems like. That's a an unfortunate reality..

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"paul riley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"paul riley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"North american breakaway c._e._o. summit on june eighteen in new york city apply now at bloomberglaw dot com slash breakaway this is a bloomberg pursuits look at luxury still thinking about what to do this fourth of july beach lake house cookout how about skiing that's right the colorado ski resort arapahoe basin announced it will be open for weekend skiing until at least june thirtieth thanks to this here's abundant snowfall when resorts luxurious two point six billion dollar encore boston harbor casino opened this past weekend and we'll test whether boss donations are ready for vegas-style glitz so close to the city they're fifteen restaurants and bars and a last call time for drinks four a._m. that's two hours later than normal in the state meanwhile the n._b._a. has been so quick to embrace legal gambling it's announced that it will create a virtual sports betting game n._b._a. last ninety we'll splice random highlights from real n._b._a. games and combine them campbell's will then wager on the outcome visit bloomberg pursuits dot com for more i'm andrew o.'day bloomberg radio from the bloomberg interactive brokers studio this is bloomberg best wealth management has been a busy space for deals this year with the likes of morgan stanley and goldman sachs moving the needle on acquisitions and raymond james one of the largest wealth management platforms in the u._s. with nearly eight thousand advisers and paul riley the firm c._e._o. recently sat down with bloomberg reporters sonali bassett to discuss his outlook for wealth management and regulation as bigger players continue to look for growth where he looking for opportunity well i wear believers and asset management both from the private client group side active management and in the asset management side and again we're not looking in the large cap space we believe that's a i it's it's a tough industry a lot of competition with a lot of outflows and scales really really important so it's hard to imagine us acquiring enough scale to really compete with the largest players but we believe in specific spaces that are more unique that are harder to index the plays very well into our platform we have very good distribution of our funds and caroline towers to both institutional and other private client group managers and we can utilize that back office and the wholesaling teams for other asset managers that may be very good at what they do but don't have the scale to have the depth the reach we have are you looking at private assets at all private equity private debt is a very hot space right now and is that something that will fit onto your platform as you're thinking about acquisition opportunities generally not we do have one part of our firm that focuses on private equity deals but it's mainly for high net worth and ultra high net worth clients who have specific criteria or who are very sophisticated understand the risks of what they get into but it's really concentrated there versus our general private client group platform morgan stanley goldman sachs is doubling down on the wealth management business how is this changing the landscape is it becoming more crowded and does this mean that there have been more of a washout ahead well there's plenty of firms competing and there's been a lot of consolidation so certainly they've become more active but we've always had good competitors so i'm not worried about that that there certainly good at what they do and they're focused on certain parts of the market but i'm very happy with our success we've continued to have record retention record recruiting in great growth and our advisor single of our platform and especially our technology that we've rolled out in the last few years so i'm very comfortable with where we eat thanks doubling down on the wealth management business why is this more attractive place in say trading or other places in the in the financial services industry right now well i think through both competition and some of the banking rigs and capital rigs some of those businesses are less attractive attractive this into is really had a big impact on the research and sales and trading and that market is continued to decrease over time where the wealth management business you look at the big transfer coming up from baby boomers to generation xers millennials that there's going to be a lot of wealth transfer so a lot of people see that as attractive space with good returns over time you have to have scale and you have to be very good at what you do because there are a lot of people that are good at the business and you have to be able to compete tell me what you think about where we have come out in regulation vested interest in what do you think it's a good a good outcome so far so i think we're the largest wealth management firm certainly to test in front of congress against the deal because we felt it was too prescriptive and it would hurt clients because it would really restricted access to commission accounts which are better for for a number of clients so for example my nephew who's had apple stock since he's fifteen he's twenty five he's never bought or sold a share so why should it be charged a fee and a commission accounts much better for him and so i think what the best interest standard is done is what we've always supported as i make sure it's very clear what the costs are and what you're paying you disclose all fees and compensation so there's no doubt both the adviser in the firm that you list the conflicts and he tried to get rid of them and then last that you document why you made that choice the type of account investment you did for the client so there's a clear logic rationale and the client understands exactly why you did it and i believe that's an we do as a firm believe that's what the industry should be doing so i think it's a very very good rule there's fourteen hundred pages and it's just a week old so i can't we won't agree with everything but i think that was very very good approach to an elizabeth warren for example that may be feels that this is not strong enough well i think there's kind of a misunderstanding sometimes that they believe that anything you do for a commission as bad and i don't think that's true i think commission accounts in a lot of cases are very good and we're big big believer more of our businesses fee-based that it's good to be on the side of the client but just because it's fee-based doesn't mean you can't be bad right i mean and so the count type isn't the issue that conflicts should be mitigated and disclosed and we're all in favor of that i think there's a misunderstanding that feel only means you're a good adviser and i don't believe that that are as are the only form we have our as and we have independent employee advisors we have all three and we had very good advisors but you know we've had made off was an i._r._a. so just because you're an r._a. doesn't mean everything's perfect that was raymond james c._e._o. paul riley coming up we discuss europe's push for zero carbon energy policy this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg quick context and background on issues of interest our focuses on the green new deal with bloomberg's ari nutter the situation It's a laundry list of proposals to win the US fossil to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. within ten years the background well it's been introduced in both chambers of congress and and that's about it The Senate had a vote on it where all basically presence has hasn't taken the Nancy plus who's been pretty lukewarm on it. The argument. this is what's needed to avoid catastrophic climate change will result in know mass destruction attend your way of life that against it is based on the cost of it costs tens of trillions of dollars for more on the green new deal or the quick takes go to bloomberg dot com or for terminal customers go to n. i quick i'm charlie pellett bloomberg.

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"paul riley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"paul riley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Subscriptions from bloomberg world headquarters i'm charlie pellett federal reserve bank of dallas president robert kaplan is sounding a note of caution about cutting rates in an essay released by the dallas fed kaplan said his base case is for quote solid economic growth this year and for the labor market remain at or pass full employment and tomorrow are kathleen hayes we'll be interviewing saint louis fed president jim bullard will have that for you live on bloomberg radio and television sources tell bloomberg blue racer midstream that's a private equity back natural gas pipeline owner is considering an initial public offering the could be valued at two and a half billion dollars to losing sessions in a row for the s. and p. five hundred index down five holding close to a record of twenty nine forty-five down two tenths of one percent the dow up eight little change there as down twenty six down three tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett bloomberg business flash bloomberg best with june grasso and ed baxter continues from the bloomberg interactive brokers studio this is bloomberg best wealth management has been a busy space for deals this year with the likes of morgan stanley and goldman sachs moving the needle on acquisitions and raymond james one of the largest wealth management platforms in the u._s. with nearly eight thousand advisers and paul riley the firm c._e._o. recently sat down with bloomberg reporters to nali bassett to discuss his outlook for wealth management and regulation as bigger players continue to look for growth where he looking for opportunity well i wear believers and asset management both from the private client group side active management and in the asset management side and again we're not looking in the large cap space we believe that's a i it's it's a tough industry a lot of competition with a lot of outflows and scales really really important so it's hard to imagine us acquiring enough scale to really compete with the largest players but we believe in specific spaces that are more unique that are harder to index the plays very well into our platform we have very good distribution of our funds and caroline towers to both institutional and other private client group managers and we can utilize that back office and the wholesaling teams for other asset managers that may be very good at what they do but don't have the scale to have the depth the reach we have are you looking at private assets at all private equity private debt is a very hot space right now is that something that will fit onto your platform as you're thinking about acquisition opportunities generally not we do have one part of our firm that focuses on private equity deals but it's mainly for high net worth and ultra high net worth clients who have specific criteria or who are very sophisticated and understand the risks of what they get into but it's really concentrated there versus our general private client group platform morgan stanley goldman sachs was doubling down on the wealth management business how is this changing the landscape is it becoming more crowded and does this mean that there have been more of a washout ahead well there's plenty of firms competing and there's been a lot of consolidation so certainly they've become more active but we've always had good competitors so i'm not worried about that that there certainly good at what they do and they're focused on certain parts of the market but i'm very happy with our success we've continued to have record retention in record recruiting in great growth and our advisor single of our platform and especially our technology that we've rolled out in the last few years so i'm very comfortable with where we compete banks doubling down on the wealth management business why is this more attractive place in say trading or other places in the in the financial services industry right now all i think through both competition and some of the banking rigs and capital rigs some of those businesses are less traffic attractive this into is really at a big impact on the research and say sales and trading and that market is continued to decrease over time where the wealth management business you look at the big transfer coming up from baby boomers to generation xers the millennials that is going to be a lot of wealth transfer so a lot of people see that as attractive space with good returns over time you have to have scale and you have to be very good at what you do because there are a lot of people that are good at the business and you have to be able to compete county what you think about where we have come out and regulation vested interest in what do you think it's a good good outcome so far so i think we're the largest wealth management firm certainly to testify in front of congress against the deal because we felt it was too prescriptive and it would hurt clients because it would really restricted access to commission accounts which are better for for a number of clients so for example my nephew who had apple stock since he's fifteen he's twenty five he's never bought or sold a share so why should it be charged fee and a commission accounts much better for him and so i think that the best interest standard is done is what we've always supported said i make sure it's very clear what the costs are and what you're paying you disclose all fees and compensation so there's no doubt both the adviser in the firm that you list the conflicts and he tried to get rid of them and then last that you document why you made that choice the type of accountant investment you did for the client so there's a clear logic rationale and the client understands exactly why you did it and i believe that's an we do as a firm believe that's what the industry should be doing so i think it's a very very good rule there's fourteen hundred pages and it's just a week old we won't agree with everything but i think that was a very very good approach what would you have to say to an elizabeth warren for example that may be feels that this is not strong enough well i think there's kind of a misunderstanding sometimes that they believe that anything you do for a commission it's bad and i don't think that's true i think commission accounts in a lot of cases are very good and we're big big believer more of our businesses fee-based that it's good to be on the side of the client but just because it's fee-based doesn't mean you can't be bad right i mean and so the count type isn't the issue that conflicts should be mitigated and disclosed and we're all in favor of that i think there's a misunderstanding that feelingly means you're a good adviser and i don't believe that that are as are the only form we have our as and we have independent employees advisors we have all three and we have very good advisors but you know we've had made off with an i._r._a. so just because you're an r._a. doesn't mean everything's perfect that was raymond james c._e._o. paul riley coming up we discuss europe's pushed for zero carbon energy policy this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg quick context and background on issues of interest our focuses on the green new deal with bloomberg's ari nutter the situation it's pretty much a laundry list of proposals to win the u._s. up of fossil chills introduced warming cousin greenhouse gas emissions within ten years the background well it's been introduced in both chambers of congress and and that's about it the senate had voted on it where basically a democrat suspended presence has hasn't taken it up nancy plus who's been pretty lukewarm on it the argument this is what's needed to avoid catastrophic climate change will result in in mass deaths the destruction kind of attend a way of life that argument against it is based on the cost of it upon the federal cost tens of.

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"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And I was there and you just your heart broke because here's someone has done everything. Right. And has done everything right for as a bunch player in terms of not being attention seeker and just focusing on the starters and, and then she does it and you just that one just hits you hard. Right. And I three kids at the time, and she was always so great with my kids. So as a mom on the team, you always liked the people that spend time with your kids, because it distracts your kids a little bit. And you get a little bit of a break, and she was one of those sets reason why I gravitated towards her. So then fast forward a couple years, she bounces around pro teams. And then Paul Riley sees this character, and this person and this, this light that she is. And he brings her finally where she is now North Carolina courage. It was up in New York. Western New York flash in two thousand sixteen when she kind of makes that connection. Yeah. And then she was debating quitting or not. And she goes to him, should I should I quit soothing, I'll make national team. He's like, I don't think you'll ever make the national team chess. Moving forward. She just stays with it. She found a host family to live with that helps to care of her son, Jeremiah because in the span from when I knew her into now, she's had a child, and she's basically doing it on her own. And she is just become this more complete player like she's always fit. But now she knows where to run. And so she knows how to stretch defenses to open up lanes for other people. She is will sacrifice for the team and make input defenders under pressure. She causes havoc by the work. She does off the ball and then she converts in the air when she does. So this is a player that, if you wanna get behind somebody like this is someone that's happy to be there and she'll she will embrace it. And she'll show that appreciation by being the best character. There is out there and look not to say that every single of the twenty three players on his team earned their spot. Right. But McDonald really earned it you know what I mean? Like in, in a in a time when she wasn't on a lot of lists, she seemed to climb her way up. If you look at her career like she was on the youth national teams you sixteen u seventeen all the way through, you twenty three didn't get her first senior team, call up till two thousand sixteen and she would have been in these youth national teams in like, oh, six seven eight or nine. So that's like a decade of being age eligible for senior national team not getting a call up. She did bounce around the end of his cell, I started calling, and w sell games, and fourteen when the Houston dash for an expansion team. And she had bounced at that point from Seattle to Portland. She then actually ended up in Houston before going to the western New York flash. But it was that one year in Portland where I think she was kind of filling in for Alex Morgan while Morgan was injured in fourteen that you really started to, to score goals, and that was the time when my access to women's soccer was almost entirely and WFL. So I was like, oh, there's this player, Jessica MacDonald who's scoring loads the goals, and I'm watching national team players compete in the same league and not have the same success. And I'm thinking, like I McDonald's gotta be due for a call. Due for a call up due for a call up. But that wasn't end w w sell your six or seven that was w Sal years, one to three where I think we didn't really know the impact that the national women's soccer league would have on the actual national team pool. Because a lot of those pools are already very well established McDonald to me is like the proof is in the pudding. She's the pudding, she's the proof of concept of, like NWEA cell can have this huge role where they keep players alive to keep players playing. They keep that your hat still in the ring. And eventually, if you do get hot if you do find your Paul Riley. If you do find your right situation, you can become a member of the senior national team. And maybe even play in a World Cup as we look forward though. I wonder.

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"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

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03:28 min | 2 years ago

"paul riley" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This is a team best player is Abby Erceg, who plays for North Carolina. The best pure soccer player, but also an incredible fitness. Because if you play for North Carolina courage, you are one of the fittest soccer players in the world due to Paul Riley's training regimen. So not only that she's confident she leads his team. They all look toward alley Riley, very competent outside back pastor prime in all honesty, solves things with her athleticism, enter fitness, but she's strong and the rest of it is just down the spine, like their spine is super, strong yet Rusi white who likes to create Hannah Wilkinson up top played for Tennessee's kind back from an ACL injury. But this is again is a blue collar team that will be reactive to what is thrown at them. They will not be pushing teams to react to them is going to be Tom for money, tinkering I imagined. Different lineups and all three of their group games to figure out how to nullify others other opponents strengths and then exploit their weaknesses with their lineup so it's interesting. You mention be Erceg. Of course, a lot of people have talked about Hagberg not being at this tournament and her stepping away from her national team. Abby Erceg had to do the same thing multiple times. A she stepped away. I four kind of general reasons the, the standards weren't where she wanted. And then when she returned specifically to address the culture issues that had bubbled up when she wasn't there she stepped away yet again. And so, and I had a chance to talk to her in Saint Louis, she said that she saw growth from New Zealand's federation through those things, it is still and it must be said ridiculous that women are having to retire to start conversations with their federations. But I did find it interesting that he was a player who had who had played that card twice and is now back for a World Cup and can say, I think what maybe out ahead is hoping, she can say in a few years, like it work. I sat out, I demanded things I demanded change and along with her teammates that should be said, they really teamed up on, on the second protests. They got what they wanted and they got the respect that they deserve from the federation, also mentioned, one more thing about her since you mentioned her time with the with the courage, and you know, she is talked about. I'm remember time when Abby say it was a player and then wwl and she was like a solid centreback to you is what he's saying. I didn't think she was good is like I thought she was always good, right? I thought she was solid and consistent. But I think I guess, I know what you're going, which is, she is a next level center, max level, not at the elite level. She's definitely not windy Renard, right? But and she's also buoy by having Albie dot com. Right next to those two are perfect. They're complementary, but I think she has matured in the way. And Paul Riley has made her better in understanding tactically, positionally where to be because she's not fleet like should not lead. She's knocking out rusher. Yeah. But she's. Smarter on how to cut down the Ingles to turn that disadvantage in to something that doesn't hurt her. She is the reigning NWEA sell a defender of the year. And actually, one of the reasons she talked about for her improvement is actually that the day to day competition that she gets in practice and you think about it, right? Like Jess McDonald Lynn Williams. Samuels and crystal done are all players that in a defensive role, she's probably having to deal with on a daily basis in practice. And she said, like I think are literal, quote to me, was, I didn't have a choice but to get. Onto that in Boston and you're playing against them, and it's gonna make you better. So certainly a player who has benefited in big, big ways from her time in the national women's soccer league or the other of the three matchups..

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