“We will not give up the battles that lie ahead.” Aitana Bonmatí He wants to think about football, about beating Switzerland tonight in Córdoba and successfully closing a tortuous start in the Nations League off the field. On the pitch they erased their doubts, outside there is still a long way to go and it escapes them between the lines. Although Alexia Putellas e Irene Paredes They have been the voice of the locker room in this crisis, the best player in the world and next Golden Ball It has had a weight as important as it is undetectable.
With his inseparable pillow, he planted himself in serious Oliva, with a goal that he has been pursuing since a year ago he was part of the 15 that challenged the RFEF and that yesterday he verbalized: «There is a commitment so that everything goes better, so that we leave a legacy and good conditions for all generations to come. “We are an example for society, egalitarian, with the same rights.” That is the objective for which the majority of players decided to play these matches.
«The first days were complicated, we couldn’t sleep, stress, anxiety, I don’t know how we were able to play so well with everything we had on us. Now we are calmer, we have focused more on football, but we do not abandon the battles that lie ahead,” he warned. It is a warning because they know that, as their partner recalled Marionit is now when they have “a speaker and a responsibility: to leave football and women in a better place than where we found ourselves when we arrived.”
How their messages are amplified is something that Bonmatí noticed at the UEFA gala, when with Erling Haaland as a silent witness, he spoke out against the “abuse of power” and alongside Jenni Hermoso. Those words already made it clear that, from the background, her voice was heard so much in her locker room that she was elected third captain, although, as Tomé specified, it was for this call.
Everything calmed down when the ball started rolling and relaxed with the victory against the Swedes. So much so that the continuity of Montse Tomé It is no longer so in doubt. The president of the CSD, Victor Francos, called her after the victory in Göteborg and gave her his support. A message that the coach thanked because “that boost is needed at a time like this.”