Alexia’s first words about the ‘Rubiales case’: “We all want the same thing”

It has taken time to do so, but Alexia Putellas has spoken for the first time after all the mess with Luis Rubiales, Jenni Hermoso and the reactions in the RFEF. Beyond the tweet that she published with the lapidary phrase ‘it’s over’, the FC Barcelona footballer has given her first interview to explain her vision of the events that occurred with the suspended president.

In declarations to ‘TUDN’, Alexia Putellas has answered to the questions of the journalist Marc Crosas taking advantage of the tour by Mexico of the Barcelona team. “We all want the same thing, that there be respect for our profession the same as there has been for so many years in the men’s. We fight for that. It is clear that the union between the players is the first step, and I will always defend that the player She’s a player,” she began.

“My generation has had to exercise not only as a player to achieve that, but the legacy we want to leave is that they no longer have to worry about these things. Our job is not to be in meetings to get better infrastructures, better facilities,” Alexia said.

Lastly, the Barça footballer wanted to send a message to the institutions so that they are the ones who lead the fight for improvements in women’s football. “We need executives and institutions to fight for that so that we can be focused on what we like and what we believe people deserve,” she added.

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