The US Football Association announced Tuesday that it has opened an investigation into the 1991 incident in which he kicked his wife’s leg, the head coach of the US men’s national team, Greg Verhalter. Verhalter and his wife Rosalind released a joint statement, admitting that the “shameful” incident occurred 31 years before him, and saying that Verhalter had learned from it.
“I met my soulmate in the fall of 1991. I had just turned 18 and was a freshman in college when I met Rosalind,” said Burhalter, who attended the University of North Carolina. . “One night she was drinking at a local bar and Rosalind and I had a violent argument that continued outside. It got physical and I kicked her leg. rice field.
“There is no excuse for my actions that night. It was a shameful moment and I still regret it.” He said he voluntarily sought counseling.
The couple separated for seven months before reconciling. They recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary and had four children. An investigation was conducted after contacting the United States Soccer Association that they had the information.
US Soccer thanked the couple for speaking up about the incident. He added that a technical review of the men’s varsity program has begun and the leader for the men’s varsity camp in January will be announced soon. The USA lost to the Netherlands in the Round of 16 of the World Cup.
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