'Firm believers' in women's rights -U.S. World Cup team after Iran flag post

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STORY: A now-deleted graphic of the Group B table that was shared on the official U.S. Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts on Saturday. Soccer was released, showed a simple green-white-red flag.
Iran has been gripped by protests since the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in September while she was in police custody following her arrest for flouting the country's strict Islamic dress code.
The intent of the posts was to "show support for women in Iran who are fighting for basic human rights," US soccer media executive Michael Kammarman said at a news conference on Sunday (November 28). Players were not consulted on the decision to change the flag.
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The social media post dominated much of the polling during the press conference.
"Yes I think we are big supporters of women's rights and I know the post, as I mentioned we didn't know about the post but we are supporters of women's rights. We've always been," Zimmerman said.
Ream added that despite the problems off the field, the team was focused on Tuesday's important game.
“What we are doing as a team is supporting this (women's rights) while also trying to prepare for the greatest game this team has had yet. And that is our focus at this moment. Supporting them, supporting women's rights and also preparing for a crucial game for our group."
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The banner on the U.S. Twitter page Soccer was also changed on Saturday to show the flag without the emblem. It was changed back to the banner they used during the tournament 24 hours later.
Iran's state-affiliated Tasnim news agency said the Football Federation of Iran will file a complaint against US football with the FIFA Ethics Committee for "disrespecting the national flag" of the Islamic Republic.
Iranian leaders have accused the United States and other foreign opponents of fomenting the protests, which have seen Iranians from all walks of life launch one of the boldest challenges to the theocracy since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Washington has imposed sanctions on Iranian officials for cracking down on protesters.
The United States and Iran will face off in a crucial Group B clash for their place at the World Cup in a game already marked by decades of enmity between the nations.

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