Matthew McConaughey soccer film axed amid claim of sexual misconduct by real life coach

A new Matthew McConaughey soccer movie has been canceled over claims of sexual misconduct, has learned exclusively.

In the movie, Dallas Sting, McConaughey was set to play legendary women’s soccer team coach Bill Kinder, who led a Dallas team to a shock underdog win in a 1984 international tournament.

But the movie has now been canned just six weeks before filming starts, after production company Skydance received allegations that Kinder was sexually inappropriate with at least one of his players.

In an exclusive interview with, Kinder, 83, said an unknown accuser sent a letter to Skydance claiming he ‘touched someone outside their clothes’ around 40 years ago, and called his players inappropriate nicknames.

Kinder denied the claims and said the company hired investigators who quizzed him and his players, now adult women, on the allegations, and allegedly told him ‘there was nothing there’. 

So he was shocked to discover from that the…

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