You said your father didn’t like me playing …My father wanted me to be a model and a dancer (laughs). I had to go to dance to be able to play soccer.How do you remember the rejection of girl society?They called me tomboy and insulted me but, without lying to you, I answered them, hit them or punctured the ball.He also suffered an injury …Two days before traveling to the qualification for the U-20 World Cup I broke the crusader and it was a great sadness. I stopped playing soccer for five years. I was denied. Until one day they called me from Boca. I kept playing with my friends, but I didn’t play at the club level. People from River had also appeared and was between both teams. I went to a River training and when I got to my house my mother was crying and begging me not to play in River. So I went to Boca. That’s where all the good things soccer can give me started.Will you return to Boca?One always wants to return to Boca. Boca has that, both in women and men. When you leave the club you always have in your head to go back to Boca and I feel that I couldn’t give him a championship or play a Copa Libertadores. I always say that I am not going to retire in Boca because when it is said that you are going to retire it seems that you are going to go when your career is over, with the last thing you have left. I want to come back at my best to give you everything the club gives me.Some colleagues call him boss, do you have a vocation as a coach?I always say that I will be a Boca coach and I will win a Copa Libertadores. Later, I will be a coach with Argentina and win a World Cup. I always say it and I know that I will fulfill it.You look comfortable in Spain, what do you like most about living here?I really like the security you have in Spain. I like to go for a walk after dinner and have never been afraid here. In my country I cannot do it. Also, I really like the food options, the cleanliness and how friendly people are. It is a country in which I would like to come to live. We live incredible moments, with the fact of entering the history of the future Real Madrid Femenino, and with me they fulfilled everything, but there were many problems with my teammates. We did not have the same benefits or care. I had a hard time for those girls.Is that why it didn’t renew?I had several conversations to renew with the club, but Rayo showed me to be more interested. In the Tacon they have been very wrong with some players and I regret that those who had a bad time have covered it.Did they know at Tacon that you were going to be Real Madrid Femenino?When I signed for Tacon, I already knew that there were such plans to be Real Madrid for Women. My representative told me. We knew that if we ascend there was a high possibility that the Tacon would be purchased. When I arrived they never told me that we were going to be Real Madrid but that there was a very big project behind everything. We had the opportunity to go one day to see all the facilities of Real Madrid and we had dinner with people close to the club. We also knew that if we do not ascend, Madrid would buy Madrid CFF. They were between the two clubs and it happened that they chose Tacon.“I had to go to dance to be able to play soccer”FIFA ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Ruth Bravo, Rayo Vallecano player.FIFA Ruth Bravo, known as Chule, has one of those stories behind that makes football great. The Rayo Vallecano player fought against all odds to dedicate her life to kicking a ball. From plucking the heads of the dolls that they gave her for her birthday to becoming strong among insults to be accepted in the parties that they organized in the streets of Salto or Magdalena, two of the Argentine enclaves where she spent her childhood. His mother was then his only support. It was not so for his father, who did not accept his passion and it took a lot for him to understand him. Chule found it hard to gain momentum and when he did, as part of his first club, Estudiantes de la Plata, the great obstacle of a serious injury to the crusader appeared. A setback that made him leave football for five years until his beloved Boca Juniors, the club of his life, crossed his path. In the ‘xeneize’ team, where she played from 2015 to 2018, she smiled again, but was forced to cross the pond to be able to dedicate herself to this sport in a professional manner..Spain was her destination, with Tacon being her next stop, to which she was attracted by the idea of being part of the first Real Madrid for Women. It was not possible to achieve this last objective, since his time at the Tacon was completed last summer. Now, at Rayo Vallecano she has found her place again, wrapped in a great wardrobe. Confined to her Madrid home, Ruth Bravo recalls for AS the most important moments of his career, in which he has not stopped overcoming obstacles to dedicate himself to his great passion, soccer.How’s the quarantine going?Very well, but we have lost a lot of fitness.How do you see the option of not being able to finish the season?It makes us a little sad because we were having a good season. Although it is very difficult to live with that uncertainty, without knowing when we are going to return and how badly we are physically.Is that uncertainty maintained in its continuity?It is a problem that most of the players who have just signed will have. I am lucky that I spoke before all this happened with the club and they are very interested in me staying and I am very comfortable. However, things can change economically.How do you rate the season?Women’s football in Spain is making history, with the signing of the women’s agreement. Hopefully other leagues in the world will take an example.Like in your country, right?Argentina and South America are far from professionalism in women’s soccer. The players did not meet there as they did here. In Spain it did not matter how much Barça or Rayo charged. They were brought together by an agreement for all the players. That has not happened in Argentina. Each one has looked at their contract. No one fought for all those players who have worse conditions.How about Lightning?I am very happy here. There is a great changing room.How to play a World Cup?It is a very big thing. One always dreams of playing one.Who was your reference?I always had idols from Boca because my mother was a fanatic. She raised me with the image of Diego, Riquelme and others. Now it is Marta, who is extraordinary and I regret that she was born at the wrong time.Was it your mother who gave you this passion for soccer?If it wasn’t for my mother, I wouldn’t be playing, because my father didn’t like me to play. At Tacon I had a bad time and when I finished, it was my mother and my partner who pushed me to return to Spain.What happened to him at the Tacon?