August 15, 2022

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Jennifer Hermoso's signature reflects Liga MX Femenil's growth

Jennifer Hermoso’s signature reflects Liga MX Femenil’s growth

Rebecca Bernal and Stephanie Mayor see the arrival of the Spaniards as a reflection of the growth of the Mexican championship.

Arrival beautiful jennifer a Pachuca Attracted the eyes of international football to MX Women’s League. For national teams Rebecca Bernal s Stephanie MayorThe arrival of foreign players as a result of the Mexican championship will have more repercussions.

‘The fact is that with foreigners obviously the level MX Women’s League, Different countries you will see Mexico. I think it’s good to get more attention around the world, than to see the games in play, and they will continue to grow in the system. Obviously when I was in Europe I also joined football.” ESPN, Stephanie Major.

The player you like the player beautiful jennifer They decided to continue their career in Mexican football, which is a reflection of the growth he has achieved MX Women’s League. for Rebecca Bernalat the moment when the Mexican championship passes, he excites all the players who make up the national championship.

β€œIt is an illusion, it all happens in the league, that every time players from other countries, from other leagues, come to see us. It speaks to the fact that we are doing things well, that we have to keep growing and more and more until some distances are reduced. Among all the teams, because in the end we know there are some who give them importance that the league takes.”

for this one Opening 2022Women’s soccer teams in Mexico He will have the opportunity to sign four foreign players. Although signings with these footballers could increase club investments, the national players are confident that the directive will provide the same terms for all members of Mexican football.

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“I think that’s different. It’s part of the board of directors, obviously as a player he wants to have the same terms. I think they’ve always been paid, I think it’s a rule and the board has a plan. He’ll say that first, you have to deal with the monthly salaries. I think there is

Some players who earn less. There should be a minimum wage and from there keep increasing. We have seen it in the statements of footballers who earn very little. We hope that the boards will have a minimum salary that is good for first-team players.”