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Madrileña Sonia Bermúdez announced this Wednesday his sporting withdrawal from the world of football, to which he has been linked for two decades, conquering nine league titles and three of the Queen’s Cup.
Bermúdez, 35, played last season in the I raised and in which he had landed in 2018. The ‘granota’ team was the seventh club in his resume after the Sporting Huelva, the Sabadell, the Vallecano Ray, the FC Barcelona (in two epochs), the Atlético de Madrid, and the WNY Flash American.
The forward, one of the best scorers in national football, won three league titles with the Vallecano team, the club in her native neighborhood, another four with Blaugrana and two more with the mattress player, in addition to a cup-trophy with each of these three teams. In addition, he was international with the Spanish team, with which he played the Historic First World Cup in Canada.
With the Spanish team he played 63 matches and scored 34 goals, although the arrival of Jorge Vilda to the position of coach made him lose prominence to the point of staying out of calls since 2015.
Soccer thank you letter
“Thank you football, 20 years with you, enjoying every training session, every game and every moment. Thanks to you I knew what my path was,” Sonia Bermúdez wrote on her social networks in a letter to announce her retirement.
The Madrilenian stressed that she could only say “thanks” to football. “You have given me everything I am. You taught me that raising a title was the reward for teamwork and that celebrating a goal made many people happy. That feeling always guided me,” he said.
“But if there was something above all, it was to carry your shield, listen to your hymn and represent yourself in a World Cup and a Eurocup. Playing in the Spanish team was the best experience of my life. Today I can say that I fulfilled my dream, “celebrated the front, who thanked Pedro Martínez Lasa for making her “believe” in her chances of succeeding in football.
We are proud of your 6️⃣3️⃣ matches and your 3️⃣4️⃣ goals with our shirt, that you are among our first World Cup players …
– Spanish Women’s Soccer Team (@SeFutbolFem) May 27, 2020
He also remembered all the clubs that gave him “a chance”. “Thank you for trusting me, for understanding my football and for surrounding myself with footballers who made me better. Comrades, thanks to you I achieved all my goals in this sport,” she confessed.
“Thanks to my family for letting me believe in my dream and for sharing it. Now I understand that without their love nothing would have happened,” continued the woman from Madrid. “And although in this 2019-2020 season I finish my stage as a soccer player, I am full of energy and enthusiasm for learn to live differently. Thanks for making me the happiest person. Until forever soccer “, sentenced.
Farewell to her companions
Among all the signs of affection that Bermúdez has received, many of them come from his teammates, rivals and soccer friends.
Alexia Putellas, Virginia Torrecilla, Ana Romero… All of them highlight from the historic Madrid forward what they learned from her and how she was an example not only for those of her generation, but also for those who came behind.
One of our best players with whom I have had the privilege of sharing many things. It was amazing to train and play with you. Good luck in your new stage that will surely be the same, or more, successful than the previous one !!!
– Alexia Putellas (@ alexiaps94) May 27, 2020
Hang the boots of one of the best players in Spain.
Thank you for everything you have taught me friend. (which is not little)
I wish you all the best in your new life, and I’ll be there to see it. I promise! ♥ ️ @sbtribano 🔝🌟💪🏽 pic.twitter.com/aAS3D5mFCI
– virginia torrecilla (@VirginiiiaTr) May 27, 2020
Much lived, shared and gained together flamenki 💃🏻.
It has been a real pleasure to have crossed you on this path.
Good luck in your new stage !! 💪🏼 https://t.co/20gW0ZQTJW
– Ana Romero Moreno (@ aromero7willy) May 27, 2020
Of the best footballers our country has given 🎩🔝 You have marked a path for all the smallest ⚽ Good luck in your new stage 👏👏 https://t.co/ydtl4asPgI
– Virginia García (@virgy_garcia) May 27, 2020
It has been a pleasure to have shared part of the journey with you. I still have nightmares with that shot from the front of the area that made me suffer so much 😉 https://t.co/tA7kIigs5x
– Ainhoa Tirapu (@AinhoaTirapu) May 27, 2020
For all the goals celebrated and everything learned. Thanks to you. BIG @sbtribanohttps://t.co/Y639cyI2oH
– Mariona Caldentey (@ mariona8co) May 27, 2020
Many of the things we enjoy now, people like her started to fight.
He never hid, neither inside nor outside.
You are an example @sbtribano .
Good luck for what comes! 👏🏽👏🏽 https://t.co/QJ0m7WlWwy
– Anaïr Lomba (@ Anair16) May 27, 2020
Example on and off the field. Thanks for teaching me so much, I’m going to miss you FRIEND❤️ https://t.co/6GcNbm4dTi
– Marta Corredera (@ Corredera7) May 27, 2020
A pleasure to share costumes and learn from you !!
You have left a mark on our sport. 🎩👏🏼
Good luck in your new stage and I wish you the best 🍀🍀 https://t.co/gLrjUU70ZI
– Marta Unzue (@ M_unzue6) May 27, 2020