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Corinthians women’s team coach says players are threatened

This Sunday (29), before the ball rolls to Corinthians It is cruisethe technician rudder, Arthur Eliasgave an interview commenting on the positioning of the team’s athletes against the former coach of the men’s team, Cucathrough the rape case that condemned the coach in Switzerland, in 1987.

The athletes posted on social networks, after the announcement of the coach’s hiring, the following message:
Being in a democratic club means we can use our voice, sometimes publicly, sometimes behind the scenes. “Respect As Minas” is not just any phrase. It is, above all, a state of mind and a shared commitment. Being Corinthians means living and fighting for rights every day”.

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The message that all the Corinthians players posted on social networks (Reproduction/Instagram of the athletes)


In the interview, coach Arthur Elias explained the situation faced by the team’s players.

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“WhatI want to explain more about my interview in the last game. Those were troubled days. It is important to express myself. It was a declaration with the intention of softening a little the negative consequences that our group was suffering. Athletes cursed on social networks and in the streets, being threatened. We have to make it clear that it was a position made by all and supported by me. The reference was for the fight for rights and against any violence against women. It was done. These negative effects are quite unfair. I respect the whole history of women’s football a lot.”.


Arthur Elias, Corinthians Women’s coach (Photo: Reproduction/Rodrigo Gazzanel – Corinthians)

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In the last week, before the duel against Internationalthe coach even stated that it was not a direct message to the then coach Cuca, but that it was just a message of support for women in general.

At that moment, after the statements, the coach claims that the group has felt the loss of strength not only with the fans, but also within the backstage of the club.

“It is unfair that we lose strength with our fans and lose strength internally within our club. It’s my responsibility, as a coach, to the press, to look at how everything should be looked at. I am sure that with this project we will have an impact on the next generation. We have a chance to transform a football that has always been sexist. We contribute a lot. It’s a new market. I will always be with my players, my athletes, to fight for what they deserve, for what women’s football deserves. Which is voice and respect”.

Despite this troubled moment that the team and athletes are experiencing internally, and the coach’s statement before the match, Corinthians ran over Cruzeiro. The team from Parque São Jorge won with a resounding 7 to 1, and is currently in third place in the competition.

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The team’s next matches will be the classic against São Paulo. On the 3rd, the confrontation is for the Paulista Championship, while on the 7th, the classic will be played for the Brazilian Championship.

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Featured Photo: Arthur Elias in an interview before the game. Playback/GE – SporTV

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Corinthians women’s team coach says players are threatened

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