Jaelene Daniels refuses gay pride jersey, sits out NWSL game

CARY, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina defender Jaelene Daniels sat out the Courage's National Women’s Soccer League game Friday night against the Washington Spirit after refusing to wear a gay pride jersey.

“While we’re disappointed with her choice, we respect her right to make that decision for herself,” a Courage spokeswoman said in a statement.

In 2017, Daniels refused a U.S. national team call-up because of a gay-pride jersey.

The Associated Press

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