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September 30, 2007

Hope Solo in her own words — the full story

Today's papers are full of news about the recent uproar over the sequence of events surrounding the demotion of U.S women's national team goalkeeper Hope Solo (above) to the bench for last Thursday's World Cup semifinal.

Most of them refer to Solo's MySpace page apology but quote only a small part of it.

Out of context = without meaning, though most of the information we get these days is just that way, lacking context.

Nevertheless, in the interest of clarity, so that more people can easily gain access what Solo had to say in her own words, below is a screenshot of her MySpace apology — in full.


Up top is the post-semifinal benching interview that caused her to be suspended from the U.S. team.

September 30, 2007 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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