Solo has filed with the court a proposal that monitors the lawsuit on equal pay, asking him to be allowed to join the mediation process when he begins. As outlined in her causal movement, Solo does not seem to believe much in the ability of USWNT players to adhere to their principles and come up with a pay structure equal to that of the men's national team.
The previous round of collective bargaining, when some members of the national team – the chief soloist among them – have begun seriously to demand equal pay, Solo says the team "stepped down, kept its job, took the unequal compensation and lost its prospects. the USWNT this time to go into mediation instead of keeping the matter in court, Solo worries that the team, as its proposal suggests, "is ready to rejoin the tactics of fear and fear of the United States. and "surrender" of their claims for equal pay. "
Solo was part of a group of five USWNT players who for the first time filed a lawsuit against American football for pay discrimination in 2016. This trial is still active, although it has been replaced by the present case, Solo, although not a direct party to the present action, still has an interest in its resolution, which gives it the right to make a new proposal, and a bad result in this case may undermine or even to eliminate his own case, so Solo wants to 9003] Solo claims in her proposal that her former player status gives her an advantage over team players, allowing her to negotiate without "fear of vengeance or revenge on the part of the USSF." WSJ to a USWNT spokesman who said: "This team has proven to the world that they never give up. A spokesman for American football said the federation was not opposed to Solo's admission to join.
Sloo's inclination to call cowardly people may not have made her enter the game. , but it is right more often than not for a whole range of things, and is one of the founders of the USWNT on Equal Paying Movement. Its accession to the negotiations may not be what everyone wants but can be just what everyone needs.
[ Wall Street Journal