AC Milan female star believes in the growth of womens football

first_imgFor Valentina Giacinti, the Italian women’s football is growing especially thanks to professional men’s clubs taking part in it.It was 20 years ago since Italy played in the FIFA Women’s World Cup.Since then, the sport is slowly developing in the country, especially thanks to the work of the Lega Serie A clubs who are founding and giving women’s teams great support.“It’s very important to have professional clubs because they allow us to train every day, which was something that didn’t happen before,” said Valentina Giacinti, who plays for AC Milan and the Italy national team, to FIFA.com“We can now use things like the physios, doctors and training fields, and we can train in the mornings rather than evenings, which helps with recovery. So I think it has helped achieve a quantum leap in Italy.”“Yes, it’s true that we have not qualified for a World Cup for many years and to be frank, I have no idea what it’s like to play in a World Championship because I was five when we qualified last time,” she added.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“However, it’s a great feeling and we can’t believe what we have achieved. There is a lot of expectation and enthusiasm and we look forward to playing in France.”She continued: “Many people started to follow us and see our games and training sessions. Training at the latest camp almost had to come second for one session because we had a lot of journalists coming to interview us and a lot of fans wanting photographs. That was very important for us and an important element for getting people interested.”“It means everything to do well this summer, because if we do well at this World Cup, more and more people will end up watching us, and the next time we will have even more people supporting and following us.”Highlights #RomaMilan 1-2 #ForzaRagazze pic.twitter.com/IiB7Ten4en— AC Milan Women/Femminile (@ac_women) December 1, 2018last_img

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