The coaches not only came to stay in Spanish women’s football, but their work, training and struggle are already beginning to find results. with a success that calls for a step in the history of this category.
Thus, just a few weeks after the Primera Iberdrola registers its record of women in command, with four coaches (María Pry, Natalia Arroyo, Jeny Benítez and Iraia Iturregi), we witnessed a new milestone in the women’s benches. And we do it hand in hand with María Pry, a pioneer coach in Spain together with other names like Mila Martínez.
The Sevillian, at the controls of Levante, who will fight today to win the Super Cup, faces her first final as a coach. A fact that shows her evolution, after more than a decade leading teams, and the advancement of women in the soccer, who had never seen a coach in a national elite final before, let alone win a title.
Thus, by the mere fact of having reached this fight for the Super Cup, Pry breaks another ceiling for female trainers in Spain, at the same time that the new generations of former players have been stomping with preparation and desire to continue adding female faces in Spanish football.
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