Eleonora Goldoni, Inter Women striker, through an interview given to the "Giornale" spoke about her passion for Nerazzurri colors, and about the day against violence against women with the post published through social media (see article).
PASSION FOR INTER – Eleonora Goldoni , Inter Women striker, talks about her passion for Nerazzurri colors: « I approached soccer at 5 years thanks to my father, I remember that he took me to Meazza to see Inter-Reggina and I fell in love with Oba Oba Martins and his way of cheering. I tried it too, but it didn't go well. Stereotypes? They have always been so many since childhood. My mother first wanted me to do more, but I didn't feel the love for this sport with anyone else » .
AGAINST VIOLENCE – Then he concludes speaking of the post dedicated to the day against violence against women, published yesterday: " Today is the world day against violence against women. That violence that is not normal is normal. More and more frequently nowadays, the man-woman relationship breaks down, gets sick and generates violence of any kind. Instead, we fight to reward the relationship between people, solidarity, tolerance, direct commitment to the community and women. Violence against women we must stop it together. This is not a hope, but a possible future, not a science fiction one » .
Source: Il Giornale
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