Controversy continues over the competition between Colombia and Ireland He could not play the full game this Friday, when he was suspended due to rough play and the departure of the Irish players.
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They were 23 minutes into a Women’s World Cup warm-up when they tackled one of the men from Ireland. Denis O’SullivanThe game was stopped as he had to be taken to hospital.
Ireland protested and said in a statement that they were withdrawing due to a “very strong performance”.
‘They are women’
Controversy erupted after becoming a player Daniela CaracasFrom Colombia, he refers to rival players in bad terms.
These were the words he spoke while talking to Colombian fans at the party headquarters. The player, while registering, posted the report.
“They were some girls… there was a mistake, they started complaining, they were going to see if they played and the coach said we are going to wait until they decide. Let them eat shit.He signed autographs and took photos with fans.
Earlier, the Colombian Football Federation expressed their respect for fair play and Ireland’s decision to retire.
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“The Colombian Football Federation announced that the friendly match between the Colombian Women’s National Team and Ireland, which was scheduled to take place as part of today’s training, was suspended due to the fact that the rival Irish National Team did not want to continue playing this Friday. 23 minutes of the first half had already passed,” the federation’s statement said.
“While all the processes and practices of our teams are structured within the rules of sportsmanship, healthy competition and fairplay, we respect the decision of our competitive team,” he adds.
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