Hope Solo

Looks like the sun is shining once again on Hope Solo’s street as the charges of domestic violence against here have been dismissed. Hope is the U. S. Women’s Soccer team goalkeeper and has declared that this period has been one of the most difficult and draining times of her life. She is now able to go back fully and with an easy heart to preparing for the World Cup.

Solo has a record of two other such misdemeanors for altercations with her half-sister and her nephew at a party back in June. Although there have been those to request her suspension after these events the U. S. Soccer Federation did not do so. About these events Solo only said that she was only defending herself and although her nephew is 17 he is 6 foot 9 and weighs around 280 pounds.

The charges have been dismissed because of the fact that the so called victims refused to answer any questions about the case and be interviewed. In a statement he said that Hope herself was the victim and therefore shouldn’t have faced any charges to begin with.

Solo is a national treasure as and has won two gold medals at the Olympics with her team. She also plays with the Seattle Reign. However things are shaping up to be very hard for the women’s national team as they have landed in Group D at the Women’s World Cup, a group that seems particularly difficult. The competition will be held in Canada between June 6 and July 5.



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