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"Gallitas por siempre" - Cap. 3: Por siempre urbanas

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    WINNER OF FOMECA CONTEST SUBSIDIZED
    THROUGH PUBLIC FUNDS
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    ALWAYS URBANAS
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    CLUB DEPORTIVO MORON
    ESTADIO NUEVO FRANCISCO URBANO
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    You always find what you are looking for.
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    Here you feel like you belong
    to a place and a team.
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    I played at River Plate for one year.
    In the first division skill is essential.
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    In this team I found more humanity.
    They appreciate people over things.
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    We have a wonderful group and atmosphere.
    This motivates you to be here.
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    Deportivo Morón is my second home.
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    It is a way to disconnect from my work
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    and home activities in the company
    of good people.
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    This motivates me to be here.
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    You forget everything
    when you enter the pitch
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    or when spending time
    and laughing with the girls.
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    We find friendship and also commitment.
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    This place is the meeting spot
    for my friends and I.
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    Despite the differences that I have
    with some of the girls,
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    this is a nice group.
    We are close.
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    It is a neighborhood club
    that welcomes children and youth...
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    PRESIDENT OF CLUB DEPORTIVO MORON
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    ...not supported by formal institutions
    including schools and families.
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    Some children stay here all day.
    They find in the culture of the club
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    the social and emotional support missing
    in other community institutions.
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    In fact it is organized
    as a social club owned by the community.
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    Neither the state
    nor the private sector owns it.
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    I am lucky to remain after the changes
    of the stadium...
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    MANAGER
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    ...the staff including the team manager,
    and everything else.
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    Despite everything I am still here
    remembering all of them.
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    Morón is my house.
    It is always seven blocks away
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    whether the old stadium or the new one.
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    Before the stadium was named
    in homage to Francisco Urbano
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    a past president of the club.
    Now the new stadium is named
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    Nuevo Francisco Urbano.
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    He lost part of his personal property
    covering the needs of the club.
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    The stadium name honors him.
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    At first I decided to train women
    as a work opportunity.
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    But soon I found interest in women’s
    soccer because it was new for me.
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    After it became my desire to teach women
    how to play the game,
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    because I realized that some play well
    and others had no knowledge about it.
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    Today the objective is
    to give women’s soccer an identity
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    and I think we have it already.
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    One can be politically correct
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    by saying women can play soccer
    because we open the door for it,
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    but the reality is that
    they opened those doors by themselves
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    as an inclusive action
    to be part of the club
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    and institutional life at Deportivo Morón.
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    Inclusion is important for us
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    because of equal rights,
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    women’s role in society,
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    and most importantly they opened the doors
    of the club by themselves.
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    Like other Argentinian clubs,
    this one kept its doors closed for years.
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    For its entire history.
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    My first time on the pitch I felt so proud
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    because I fulfilled my dream
    to represent Morón.
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    This gives me the strength to continue.
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    The first time was in Barrio Parque.
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    I felt happy and anxious
    to be one of the 11
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    players selected by Seba.
    I played like never before
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    and it will be hard to duplicate.
    After finishing the match I told Seba that
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    this is what I expected from soccer
    and I will always be grateful to him.
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    Wearing the shirt is inexplicable.
    You show your skills.
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    You play for the team.
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    The colors instill pride in the team.
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    Every touch comes from the heart.
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    The shirt means you need to give
    everything for the team.
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    Fear is not allowed at that moment.
    Winning is the only motive.
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    This is my third tournament
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    playing with Morón.
    In my first I was the top goal scorer.
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    In the second I was named best player.
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    Soon we will finish the tournament
    and again I am almost the top goal scorer.
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    Playing as a team is what makes you win.
    Matches are won as a team.
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    Women’s soccer does not pay much.
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    My interest is more personal.
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    Wearing the shirt means friendship,
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    being supportive,
    and accomplishing what
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    I liked it since I was young
    and with so much love.
Title:
"Gallitas por siempre" - Cap. 3: Por siempre urbanas
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