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Hope Solo wants to be president of the U.S. Soccer Federation

Last we heard from Hope Solo, in August, the U.S. women’s soccer goalkeeper was reminding everyone that she was not retired, even though she hadn’t played competitively since the 2016 Rio Olympics, when the national team suffered a stunning quarterfinal loss to Sweden on penalty kicks. After the game, Solo called the Swedish players “a […]
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