Colombia women’s group blast adidas for regulating ex-Miss Universe to indication their kit
November 10, 2017 - miss universe
THE Colombia women’s group have bloody adidas’ preference to use a indication to showcase their new kit.
Former Miss Colombia and Miss Universe leader Paulina Vega Dieppa – an actress, TV horde and indication – acted in a inhabitant group shirt expelled this week.
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But nation idol and Bayern Munich star James Rodriguez was used to foster a men’s jersey.
The women’s group have outdone a men’s in new years, finishing runners-up in a 2010 and 2014 Copa America Femeninas.
Keeper Vanessa Cordoba – a daughter of 73-cap ex-Colombia star Oscar – was angry during a snubbing.
She wrote on amicable media: “I have zero opposite Adidas, and we acknowledge that football belongs to everyone, either they play or not.
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“I also conclude that they gave a shirt to a successful and successful lady for promotion purposes.
“However, in terms of honour and merit, one of a players should have perceived it first.
“It’s excellent that they embody celebrities to assistance foster football, we usually don’t determine that Paulina Vega should wear a shirt before, say, Catalina Usme.”
Cordoba, who plays in America for a University of Ohio, has given been flooded with support, including from a men’s team.
Their central Twitter comment posted: “Cordoba’s unhappiness is totally justified.
“Adidas done an contingent mistake that we’re certain they’ll make adult for.”
MUCHAS GRACIAS a todas las personas que se han vuelto partícipes en esta opinión sobre la nueva camiseta de la Selección Colombia de Fútbol @fcfseleccioncol ⚽️🇨🇴. Ha sido una experiencia enriquecedora poder smirk y escuchar distintos puntos de vista. Mi único sentimiento hacia las mujeres de nuestro país y resto del mundo (deportistas o no) es respeto y admiración por que estamos en esto juntas. Me alegro haberle podido dar visibilidad al tema y espero que tod@s aportando un granito de locus podamos ir moldeando nuestra sociedad. Nosotr@s usamos esa camisa por amor a nuestro país así que hagamos que represente UNIÓN, IGUALDAD y EQUIDAD! Vanessa Cordoba #AbrazoDeAtajada #UnidosPorUnPais #FutSinGenero
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Cordoba, who actively fights for gender equivalence in football, said: “MANY THANKS to all a people who have turn concerned in this opinion about a new shirt of a Colombian Soccer Team.
“It has been an enriching knowledge to be means to review and listen to opposite points of view.
“My usually feeling towards a women of a nation and a rest of a universe (athletes or not) is honour and indebtedness given we are in this together.
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“I am happy to have been means to give prominence to a theme and we wish that everybody contributing can figure a society.
“We use that shirt for a adore of a nation so let’s make it paint UNION, EQUALITY and EQUITY!”
Vega Dieppa, on a other hand, was unapproachable to be selected to publicize a new kit.
Uploading a design of herself in a shirt to Instagram, she wrote: “The new Colombia group shirt empowers me. Ready to support them a other year in Russia.”