Ireland women's soccer coach Pauw says she was raped

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Ireland women's football educate Vera Pauw

 has said that she became raped by means of a “outstanding football reputable”

 in 1986 and sexually assaulted with the aid of two other guys 

when she become a player inside the Netherlands.

Pauw made the claims in a file that changed into published Saturday 

 in reputable Dutch newspaper NRC and in a statement she posted on Twitter. 

 The official became now not identified in Pauw's declaration or the NRC story.

“Even the ones closest to me have not known of the rape I persevered on the

 palms of a prominent football legit when I was a young participant,”

Pauw wrote. “Later, two sexual attacks with the aid of two different 

guys were brought to this file. All three guys have been hired within Dutch soccer

at the time of those incidents.” NRC wrote that the

 alleged rape came about at Pauw's domestic in 1986. In an interview with the NRC,

the educate said he became "shocked by using the allegation” and denied that a rape happened.