The Real Betis announced on Monday afternoon the departure of Ana ‘Willy’ Romero, former green-and-white soccer player, of the technical organization chart from the women’s football section. The club wanted to thank him for his services, his commitment and dedication, as well as wishing him good luck in his next personal and professional challenges.
The Betic team, who achieved a long-awaited victory on matchday 19 after not winning since last November 11, is penultimate in the classification of the First Iberdrola, with ten points, the same as the bottom Deportivo.
The bad situation of the Verdiblanco team, with flashy signings in summer such as those of Ángela Sosa and Oriana Altuve, Not only has he swept Willy, he had previously also caused Pier to resign as coach on December 28.
Romero arrived at Real Betis in May 2018 from Ajax and after a brilliant professional career in clubs such as Sevilla, Rayo Vallecano, Barcelona, Espanyol or Valencia CF, as well as the Spanish team. She was a player of the Verdiblanco women’s first team for two seasons, being a participant in sixth place in the 2018/19 season. In February 2020, he began to exercise his functions in the technical secretariat of the section, since he has held to this day.
“Today, Real Betis has informed me that I will no longer be part of the club’s organization chart. Since I arrived, I have worked my hardest to make the team successful, and I did the best I could. My greatest wish is that the team achieve salvation and from today on I will go back to being what I have never stopped being, one more Betic that will support him until the end. Thanks to all the people I have worked with and a special mention to the fans” Willy said on her personal Twitter account just after the news became official.
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