(ANSA) – GENOA, 08 MAR – Some Sampdoria Women players have tried their hand at reading some sexist comments that appeared on the official Sampdoria channels, explaining what the problems are and what it means to be a woman and a footballer today, in the days of social media.
Melania Martinovic (forward), Yoreli Rincón (attacking midfielder), Veronica Battelani (midfielder), Elena Pisani (defender) have read some messages that appear on social networks after the matches, replying in a very funny way.
“There is a lot of discrimination – said Rincon – not so much because of football, but because we are women”.
Among the comments read in an amused way by the players “They should abolish this women’s football because it is an insult.
Maybe they should call them Paralympics, it would be fairer “or” Will there be one who really knows how to play football or have they only hired them for the video? “. The response of the Sampdoria girls came immediately:” come and play with us, let’s see what happens”.
Solidarity with the Sampdoria girls also by Orietta Bonanni, former vice world champion with the national women’s football team after a hard-fought final with Denmark in Turin in 1970 and a Sampdoria fan “In my time, magazines for men only published extensive photographic services on female footballers, emphasizing eroticism masked by athletic gestures After 50 years almost nothing has changed – the former central defense of the women’s national team told ANSA -.
Half of the world has yet to grow “. Among other things, the first jersey for Genoese women’s football (which was then called ACF)” was given to us by Sampdoria – reveals Bonanni -. We asked for help, and Sampdoria responded by giving us a white shirt with the Sampdoria at an angle “. (ANSA).
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