Not everyone is happy about the $24 million settlement between the US women’s team and the American Football Association hope solo He says the deal is “irritating” and calls out Megan Rapinoe in operation.
“This settlement is not a ‘big win,'” the two-time Olympic gold medalist said via Instagram on Wednesday.
“It’s heartbreaking and infuriating. The ‘promise’ of equal pay from the union and the late payment of a select group of players is not equal in pay and it’s not what this fight is about.”
as we are Previously mentionedIn 2019, the USSF agreed to disburse $22 million between gamers ($2 million for post-professional projects) after gamers filed a lawsuit for “institutional gender discrimination” in 2019.
Solow says she checked all the details…and felt kind of way around the “unity when negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement” part.
“It does not exist yet and is not guaranteed,” Solow said.
“If the players had ever succeeded in negotiating an equal CBA, there would be no reason to sue the federation in the first place.”
Solo also criticized his former USWNT teammates, Rapinoe and Alex Morgan For her acceptance of the deal—just a day after Rapinoe said on “Good Morning America” she was proud of all the hard work.
“Throughout the whole process, Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan were the most compatible with the union, and we still to this day accept terms that are nowhere near what we set out to do,” Solow said.
“They both know it’s not a win. They know it’s easy to get out of a fight they’ve never been in.”