Hope Solo Isn’t Doing Herself Any Favors

Former United States Women’s National Team goalkeeper Hope Solo expressed recently that not only has she learned a lot from her not so clean history, but that she is ready to come back and play for the USWNT. Yet, nothing she actually said in the interview on 60 Minutes Sports actually showed or proved that she learned anything. Or, that she was ready to come back and play in a...
Via The Sports Post
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Hope Solo To Launch TV Career, As Her USA Women’s Soccer Exile Drags On

Hope Solo’s soccer career remains in limbo but she’s already paving the way onto a new field. The longtime U.S. women’s soccer goalkeeper has signed a contract with Invelop Entertainment to help produce unscripted television content, The Hollywood Reporter’s Lesley Goldberg reported Thursday. Solo will launch her television career as host of “The Cutting Edge,” a sports...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Hope Solo has 'bionic' shoulder after undergoing surgery

Hope Solo is on the mend. The United States women’s soccer team goalkeeper underwent successful shoulder-replacement surgery Tuesday at University of Washington Medical Center. Solo shared the news of her procedure on Instagram. Yesterday, I underwent shoulder replacement surgery to address an injury I’ve been dealing with for some time. An opportunity presented...
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September 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Hope Solo is mentally burned out from soccer, done with NWSL right now

Hope Solo previously called out the NWSL for what she deemed to be unprofessional work conditions. Now, two months later, Solo says she is done with the league, at least for this season. Solo was recently suspended and then ousted from the United States Women’s Soccer Team following her latest outburst from the Olympics, calling Sweden a bunch of cowards. Her reaction to hearing...
Via The Comeback
August 30, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Hope Solo breaks down when learning of suspension

Hope Solo was in shock when she learned that U.S. Soccer has suspended her for six months and terminated her contract, and the moment the goalie found out was captured on video. In a clip from the Fullscreen documentary series “Keeping Score” that was obtained by PEOPLE, Solo was shown fighting back tears as she gave her husband Jerramy Stevens the bad news. “Six-month suspension...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Hope Solo taunted with boos, Zika chants by Brazilian fans

Brazilian fans were not too kind to Hope Solo as the US Women's National Team made its debut at the 2016 Summer Games in Rio on Wednesday. The US defeated New Zealand 2-0 to win its first game in Group G. New Zealand only managed four shots -- 1 on goal -- which was stopped by Solo. Not only was Solo booed by the fans when she touched the ball, but she also heard a loud "Zika"...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 03, 2016  |  Discuss

Hope Solo says Zika concerns overblown, but will be prepared

A good handful of athletes have opted to withdraw from the Olympics or publicly state they will proceed with caution at the games as concerns about the Zika virus linger. United States goalkeeper Hope Solo thinks the problem is being overstated by the American media. “It’s a little bit unfortunate because I think the American media has been really tough on people of Brazil...
Via The Comeback
August 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Solo not taking any chances with Zika virus while in Rio

The countdown to the Rio Olympics is now measured in days and athletes competing in the games are getting their bags packed. For many athletes, this means more than just packing the necessary outfits. After months of well-documented concerns over the Zika virus, Olympians are rightly taking precautions to avoid catching the mosquito-carried disease. Some more than others, as demonstrated...
Via The Comeback
July 23, 2016  |  Discuss

U.S. Women’s Soccer players demand right to strike over equal pay, as Olympics near

The threat of a United States women’s national soccer team players’ strike looms large, just two months before they’re supposed to chase Olympic gold. The union which represents Team USA asked U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman to ratify the players’ right to strike over alleged gender-based pay disparities between the men’s and women’s teams, MSNBC’s Alex...
Via NESN.com
May 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Hope Solo accused of slamming nephew’s head into cement

Hope Solo is once again facing charges of domestic violence after a judge reversed a decision from a lower court last week, and now her half-sister is speaking out. Solo's half-sister, Teresa Obert, says the Olympic soccer goalie assaulted her and her son on June 21, 2014. She claims the fight began with Solo going after her son, Solo's 17-year-old nephew Christian Obert, after...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 07, 2015  |  Discuss

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