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The problem with girls/woman's soccer in Panama and many other countries in the world is that unlike the US, they don't have a million soccer moms taking their little darlings to soccer practice twice per week and games on Saturdays. If the girls want to learn how to play soccer in Panama and most countries, they will have to play street soccer with the boys. Neither can they play soccer at their local school or university. In the Us, there are thousands of High School and College girl/woman's soccer teams that the rest of the world cant offer. So, girls/woman dont pat yourself to many times because the odds are in in your favor tenfold.
Well said, DR.Not even like softball players vs. MLB.