Racing Louisville FC players break silence as a group in US Soccer team investigation

Racing Louisville players haven’t talked much about the results of an American football investigation into systematic violations within the Women’s National Football League, yet, and the club’s players released a statement on Saturday afternoon. “We, the Louisville Racing Team players, are deeply saddened and horrified by the results of the NFL investigation as detailed in the Sally Yates report,” the statement said. , to talk about what happened to her while coaching former coach Kristi Holly. Fans Show Support: LouCity fans remain silent during the match to express their solidarity with Racing FCT, and have reported that they will monitor their club management closely to see how they respond to the investigation. “The fact that this abuse and harassment occurred within the club is unimaginably horrifying,” the players said. “We expect the club’s full cooperation in the ongoing investigation, as silence is no longer an option.” You can read the full statement in the tweet below. The Racing Louisville FC organization provided a prompt response. “We will fully cooperate with the NWSL/NWSLPA joint and independent investigation, and pledge to provide the materials and access necessary to complete the process,” the statement said. “This includes following up with the Joint Investigation Team to the extent that there is any finding to be contrary to the Sally Yates report from American Football. We will work in close coordination with the league to determine the next steps.” PREVIOUS STORY: NWSL investigate details disturbing allegations of sexual assault against ex-Racing Louisville coach

Racing Louisville FC players have not talked much about the results of the US Soccer investigation into systematic abuse within the Women’s National Football League.

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The club’s players issued a statement on Saturday afternoon.

Racer Emina Ekic shared this on her Twitter.

“We, the Louisville Racing players, are deeply saddened and appalled by the results of the American Football investigation as detailed in the Sally Yates report,” the statement said.

The players continued to praise their former teammate, Erin Simon, for speaking out about what happened to her during former coach Kristi Holly’s tenure.

Fans show support: LouCity fans remain silent during the match to show their solidarity with Racing FC

They reported that they would monitor their club’s management closely to see how they responded to the investigation.

The players said: “The fact that such abuse and harassment occurred within our club is unimaginably terrifying.” “We expect the club’s full cooperation in the ongoing investigation, as silence is no longer an option,” he added.

You can read the full statement in the tweet below.

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The Racing Louisville FC organization provided a prompt response.

“We will fully cooperate with the joint and independent NWSL/NWSLPA investigation, and pledge to provide the materials and access necessary to complete the process,” the statement said. “This includes following up with the Joint Investigation Team to the extent that there is any finding to be contrary to the Sally Yates report from American Football. We will work in close coordination with the league to determine the next steps.”

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