What They're Saying: Iran women's soccer chief Elahe Arabameri

“The biggest challenge we have is the lack of leader coaches. She’s just one, but she’s got a great future.”

-- Elahe Arabameri, who recently took over as the head of Iran’s national women’s team programs, on 27-year-old Oklahoman Katayoun Khosrowyar, who coaches Iran's U-14 girls national team and is helping lead a wave of new popularity for soccer among Iranian girls. Khosrowyar's soccer background earned her a spot on Iran's new women's national team in 2005 when she arrived to visit family and decided to stay. (Wall Street Journal)
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