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U.S. Soccer Suspends Solo For Six Months, Terminates Contract After Rio Comments

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 25 / 16

U.S. Soccer has suspended G Hope Solo for six months after her "controversial comments at the Olympics and terminated her national team contract," according to Grant Wahl of SI.com. The move comes after Solo called the Swedish players "'cowards' for their defensive style in eliminating the U.S. in t...

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