Cindy Parlow Cone remains president of the American Football Association USF. At the Annual General Meeting in Atlanta, Parlow Cone received 52.9 percent of the votes on Saturday, and struggled almost against its predecessor Carlos Cordeiro. The 43-year-old ex-national player took over the Office in March 2020, after Cordeiro had resigned for sexism allegations related to the lawsuit of the Association with the Women’s National Team. “I think we have achieved a lot, but there is still a lot to do,” Parlow Cone said after the election. 32 Nationalists around Superstar Megan Rapinoe had expressed their support for the company owner in an open letter before deciding. In February, the legal confrontation ended with the agreement on equal payment for the footballers including compensation payment of $ 24 million.