Dominique Bruinenberg doesn’t fear for Women’s football at this time
PEC Zwolle captain Dominique Bruinenberg says people won’t forget Women’s football at this time despite several leagues ending for the 2019-20 season.
Bruinenberg who played in the Women’s Super League for Everton and Sunderland was asked does she think women’s football will be forgotten during this time and she responded “No I don’t think so. Women’s Football is big and in the UK it’s bigger compared to the Netherlands. I think as soon as games will be played again and spectators will be allowed to watch in the stadiums there will be a lot of people who will come out to support their team again”.
With the Netherlands season curtailed the midfielder was asked on her emotions when she found out that the season was ending and she explained “It has been a strange time but I think it’s the right decision to end the season. The decision has been made to protect the more vulnerable people in our country so I fully agree to keep them safe”.
“I also think this time is an opportunity for me to work on other aspects of my game. I trained hard physically, I could improve on my mobility and also got more time at my own home”.
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