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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘US soccer’

Hope Solo’s Domestic Violence Trial Set For January

At a brief court hearing on Tuesday, November 4, it was decided that soccer star Hope Solo’s trial for domestic abuse will be moved to January 6.  The trial, which was supposed to begin on November 17, was postponed after Judge Michael Lambo granted a motion for depositions of the two alleged victims: Solo’s sister and 17-year-old nephew. According to …

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Hope Solo Confident That She’ll Be Exonerated Of Domestic Abuse Charges

Hope Solo released a statement on social media to address the current controversies she is involved in. The star goalie is certain she will be proven innocent when she faces trial in November on charges of domestic violence assault involving her half-sister and 17-year-old nephew. She also said that she stands “united with all” celebrities who found that their photos …

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World Cup Gear: U.S. Team Jerseys Still Not Made In America

In 2012, Ralph Lauren received backlash regarding the uniforms he designed for U.S. team to wear during the opening ceremonies at the Summer Olympics. People said that the beret was “too European” while others said that the athletes looked like chic crossing guards. However, the main reason the designer faced criticism was that the uniforms were made in China. “Why …

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FIFA World Cup: U.S. Draws ‘Group Of Death’

The U.S team will face tough competition in the first round of the 2014 World Cup. The team wound up in the ‘group of death‘, comprising of Ghana, Portugal and Germany. Soccer analysts say it would be a big accomplishment if the U.S. progress to the next level.  Ghana had eliminated the U.S. in the last two World Cups while …

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