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“Football played by women has stopped hitting the crossbar”

Cristiano Ronaldo expressed his “immense pride” in the development of women’s football in her native Portugal, which, in his opinion, “has stopped hitting the crossbar“for now” score goals and enchant to girls all over the country.

The greatest figure of Portuguese football left a message that was read in the ‘Champions Gala’, an awards ceremony dedicated to women’s football and futsal that took place on Monday night on the outskirts of Lisboa“the first of many celebrations that praise, reward, distinguish and eternalize football played by women.”

“Come play!”

In his text, Cristiano traced the evolution of women’s football, “a just causeproudly solid and emotionally serious.”

“Only now, in the third decade of the 21st century, has football played by women stopped hitting the crossbar. Because today this football scores goals, It charms girls from all over the country and tells them without fear: Come play!” he claimed.

To get to this point, “it has been necessary many balls from many girls and women hitting the crossbar and everyone knowing that one day the goal would say Yes!” said Cristiano, alluding to his famous celebration.

“More recognition”

The captain of the Portuguese team also asked for “more and more recognition“for this cause, that “we all fight for it”, and “that we do it every day”.

He demanded “more and more fields for them, yes, they need them” and “better and better schedules, yes, because their parents deserve them.”

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Cristiano Ronaldo ended with an appeal: “It is with immense pride that I embrace you today and with even greater energy that I follow you every day and call you all to the greatest mission in history: Come play!”

“Never forget this: persist in the dream, trusting, falling and getting up is the mark of an athlete and is part of the history of Portugal,” he concluded.

2023-11-28 16:14:58
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