About what happened with his defense chief, defense AmericaAnd Janelli Farias, expressed himself on social networks and indicated in a message that “what we experienced a few days ago is an unmistakable sign that we still have a long way to go to put women’s football in the place it deserves. There is no place for respect in our country. Sport nor in any aspect of our daily life.
“I’ve spent several days reflecting on what happened, talking to my colleagues and it pains me to have to write these lines. I’ve spent my whole life fighting stereotypes that slow progress toward gender equality and talking about a situation that’s so close to me and my colleagues that it’s something I don’t want to do.” With that being said, silence is not an option and I had to express how disappointed I was by what happened.I’m very clear that ignoring what happened would be, and she added, “Let down all the girls who look at us as role models and expect us to keep creating the way for them.” That more just future depends on our voice.”
Even if Farias He emphasized that all people, in this case his coach, “deserve the benefit of the doubt until proven otherwise” and affirmed his commitment to Women’s America.
“the America Club He gave me everything when I needed it most. I was able to find myself and enjoy this beautiful sport again. I am very optimistic about the future and as a group we work every day to take this club to the next level. Being here has shown me that this is the club I want to win trophies with. I believe that in this armor, I believe in leadership and I believe in seeing those who are ahead. I know I’m not alone in this thought. Finally, I believe in my teammates and we will continue to represent this club in the only way it deserves to be represented,” read the message posted on Twitter by Farias.
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