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Life after hanging up the booties
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Life after hanging up the booties

There is life after football, as indicated by the FIFA report based on a survey of more than 30 leagues and 280 women's football institutions: there is a future after retirement ... and it is thanks to the clubs. According to the document that was released last week, more than half of the clubs (58%) help their players to develop a professional career once they leave the activity. Some of the most common grants consist of training to become coaches or occupy administrative positions and access to continuing and higher education, work placements and mentoring. The professionalization process that Argentine women's football began in 2019 opened up the possibility for many players to fully dedicate themselves to their careers as athletes. But turning football into a job also implies more t...
The tears of Vicky Losada, forced to leave Barça after running out of place: "It has been the hardest decision of my life"
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The tears of Vicky Losada, forced to leave Barça after running out of place: "It has been the hardest decision of my life"

Vicky losada, captain so far of the FC Barcelona, has announced this Friday that he is leaving the club to undertake a new adventure away, after a campaign in which he has lifted the three trophies of a historical triplet, with First Iberdrola, Queen's Cup and the first Women's Champions League Of the entity."I am here to announce that this is going to be my last season at the club. It has been the most difficult decision of my life, taken in many months and with many tears, I have tried to stay here but the time has come to close this stage. My heart will always be Blaugrana, "said the Spanish international midfielder in a farewell appearance.Losada, who arrived at the club at the age of 14, a...
The women’s Barça wins the Queen’s Cup and culminates a historic triplet that the men’s already would like
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The women’s Barça wins the Queen’s Cup and culminates a historic triplet that the men’s already would like

The Barcelona signed a historic triplet this season with the achievement of the Copa de la Reina Iberdrola by defeating by 4-2 in the final from Butarque to a proud Levante, which touched the miracle of coming back from an adverse 3-0 and was about to scare the best team of the season without discussion, but his dream lasted just seven minutes, which took Alexia Putellas, MVP of the match, in sentencing. It seemed like another placid game for the Barça team. One more of the course in which it has been handled with an iron fist. Three centers Lieke Martens, culminated by respective head butts, seemed to leave the meeting sentenced. But Levante showed that it is a team that never...
RTVE condemns sexist comments at Real Madrid-Eibar
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RTVE condemns sexist comments at Real Madrid-Eibar

RTVE has condemned the macho comments in the testing of the match of the Primera Iberdrola, the women's football league, between Real Madrid-Eibar and has opened an investigation to clarify what happened. "They would never have to play, they would have to ban it. These feminazis who want equality", could be heard during the realization of the women's soccer game."We condemn these macho comments. It was during the halftime of the match between Real Madrid and Eibar of the Women's LaLiga ", lamented the director of Sports of TVE, Arsenio Cañada, in the program 'RTVE Responde'.At this point, Cañada has explained that the sound "sneaks in" due to the ambient sound that the TVE produ...
The women’s soccer league breaks fires: for the first time its matches will be broadcast
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The women’s soccer league breaks fires: for the first time its matches will be broadcast

The Women's League 2021, organized by the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF), begins this Saturday, May 29 and will be hosted by the San Marcos Stadium. There will be 98 games in which 14 teams participate, which will play two phases. In the initial phase they will face everyone against everyone and then the final phase will be played. “Diversity and inclusion are part of Movistar's culture, which is why the transmission of the women's league was a natural step in our history with Peruvian football. In the year of the bicentennial, Movistar will be the showcase for women's football in the country, which will contribute to enhance the professionalism of this discipline as well as to inspire girls and young people to develop their passion for football without restrictions and with equal o...
Women’s football explodes due to a shameful macho comment that sneaks into an international broadcast
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Women’s football explodes due to a shameful macho comment that sneaks into an international broadcast

Unfortunately it has happened again. Women's football is back in the news for some macho comments that cloud the unstoppable growth of a league like the First Iberdrola. The ambient sound of the international broadcast of the Real Madrid – Eibar captured an unidentified man who have run like wildfire. “Jorge, nothing, they didn't have to play. That they should ban it. These feminazis who want equality, man ... ". These words have set the networks on fire and provoked the ire of many fans and even players, the "This ... this is joke right? Please ... tell me what a joke ... ", from the Atlético de Madrid player Virginia Torrecilla.The Real Madrid player was in the same line S...
Barça Femenino makes history by proclaiming itself champion of the Women’s Champions League
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Barça Femenino makes history by proclaiming itself champion of the Women’s Champions League

The Barcelona Women has become the new champion of the Women's Champions League after beating the Chelsea in the final by 0-4. It was not the first final for the culés, who already lost previously against him Lyon olympic, but it was the first time they have managed to win the continental title. A milestone not only for Barça Women, but also for Spanish women's football, which sees how the steps forward that have been made in recent years have been rewarded. The Catalans have been the great dominators of the First Iberdrola this season, but they have also followed this role in the top continental competition. A real roller are the pupils of Lluís Cortés. And it is that they only took a minute to land the first blow in the final. Melanie Leupolz He dialed on his own doo...
Barça sweeps Chelsea and makes history by winning their first women’s Champions League
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Barça sweeps Chelsea and makes history by winning their first women’s Champions League

The FC Barcelona made history this Sunday by proclaiming itself champion of the Women's Champions League after sweeping Chelsea in the final (0-4). With goals from Leupolz (own goal in minute one of the match), Alexia Putellas, Aitana Bonmati and Graham Hansen, Lluis Cortés's men already went into halftime with the cup in their pocket.They make history for Spanish football and for Barça itself, which becomes the first club in history to have achieved the most important trophy at club level in both the men's and women's soccer sections. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
A player from Oviedo, victim of racist insults in the match against Osasuna
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A player from Oviedo, victim of racist insults in the match against Osasuna

Spanish football is once again marred by a racist controversy, after what happened in the match between Oviedo Y Osasuna in the Primera Iberdrola. The footballer of the Asturian team Yuki Togawa was the victim of insults uttered by the red player Patricia Zugasti, who called her "chinese fucking whore", according to collected the minutes of the party.Osasuna has reported this Monday that it has opened a internal investigation to clarify what happened at the end of Sunday's match that the minutes read as follows: "At the end of the match, leaders and players of the local team came to tell me that, when the players were going to the changing rooms, the player number 10 of the visiting team, Patr...
Laporta apologizes for not attending the Champions League women’s team match
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Laporta apologizes for not attending the Champions League women’s team match

The women's team of Barcelona qualified for the final of the Women’s Champions League by overcoming this Sunday to PSG at the Johan Cruyff stadium. However, the great triumph of the Catalans was overshadowed by the absence of the club's president, Joan Laporta, who was in Valencia with the first men's team.SIGHT: Lionel Messi organized a meal at his home for the Barcelona playersThis Monday, the coach of the women's team Barcelona, Lluís Cortés, has revealed, in the 'Què t'hi jugues' of Cadena SER, that Laporta apologized to the footballers. The culé coach indicated that everything is about the health protocols that the institution is complying with.“Laporta and Yuste apologized the day before. They had the game in Valencia and it is also normal. The men's team is playing a lot of ...