Hope Solo apparently is back in good station with U.S. Soccer.
The World Cup-winning goalkeeper was dangling and then had her agreement consummated in 2016, but Solo will be respected by U.S. Soccer for earning some-more than 200 caps with the women’s inhabitant group before the squad’s accessible against Denmark on Jan. 21 in San Diego, the association announced on Thursday.
The rite could make for an ungainly stage given Solo was banned for 6 months for making controversial comments after the U.S. was separated by Sweden in the 2016 Olympics, calling her opponents “cowardly” and proclaiming “the best group did not win.”
She hasn’t played given and has been plainly vicious of manager Jill Ellis and some of her former teammates, including star striker Alex Morgan.
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In 2014, Solo was arrested on domestic attack charges involving her half-sister and her nephew, and the following year her husband, former NFL player Jerramy Stephens, was destitute for DUI while pushing a U.S. Soccer van.
In November, Solo accused former FIFA boss Sepp Blatter of sexually assaulting her at a 2013 awards ceremony.
Solo, 36, seemed in 202 matches for the inhabitant team, winning two Olympic bullion medals and one World Cup title. She has not strictly announced her retirement from general soccer, but she currently is one of eight people using for U.S. Soccer president.
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