USWNT star Morgan admits there is no trust between players and NWSL amid abuse scandal

 The forward believes the league and footballers are starting from scratch when it comes to their relationship

U.S. women's national team (USWNT) and Orlando Pride forward Alex Morgan has admitted there is a lack of trust between the National Women's Soccer League and its players.

The NWSL Players Association (NWSLPA) said they will extend their talks with the league into next week as they demand changes amid the ongoing fallout from several instances of abuse across the league.

Morgan has been outspoken in her criticism of the league, particularly their lack of intervention when abuse against her former coach Paul Riley was reported earlier this year.