The players of the men’s team once again demonstrate their parallel reality. After the statements of Carvajal in which he ignored the fight that his female counterparts are waging, has now been Alvaro Morata, captain of the national team, who has spoken about Aitana Bonmatí’s statements in the program ‘Salvados’, where she admitted that she was not surprised by the lack of support from her male teammates. “The men’s team has been helping the women’s team for some time“says Morata.
In last Saturday’s program of ‘Salvados’, the favorite to win the Ballon d’Or was the protagonist. Bonmatí, in addition to telling how she is experiencing one of the sweetest moments of her career, took advantage of her speaker to defend the cause that the national team’s players have been fighting for for months. Gonzo, the presenter, asked Aitana Bonmatí if she expected more support from the male players towards them since the ‘Rubiales Case’ broke out in the Spanish Federation. “No, the truth is no“, responded the Barça player.
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A phrase that did not surprise anyone, but that did not leave indifferent those who took it for granted. Dani Carvajal, after the national team’s victory in Oslo, was the first to respond. “The truth is that I don’t know what it means. I don’t know what it could mean, whether to support more or not support. In the end what happened happened. They are restructuring what they believe or they do not feel comfortable within their environment in the Federation. Or trying to restructure the entire staff, everything related to marketing, communication, etc. And we are focused on what we have to do“he said forcefully.
Now it was Alvaro Morata’s turn. “If she says it it’s because she feels that way. The men’s team It helps a lot to the feminine, it’s not just the things that come out, it has been doing so for a long time. I am the captain and the one in charge of seeing all those things, They have been helping for many years and if they have anything to tell us or that we can help with, they know that we are available,” said the Atlético player. A story that clashes with reality: only two First Division footballers (none of the national team) were the ones who raised the voice when everything happened.