The brand new lifetime of three Ukrainian refugees within the Amarelle Futsal membership from A Coruña
Daryna, Khrystyna and Olena, three younger Ukrainian girls, started in March to put in writing a brand new chapter of their lives removed from house. They do it in A Coruña after the Struggle. In addition they do it linked to sport, within the ranks of the Amarelle Futsal staff from A Coruña, after to flee his nation and the next journey till arriving in Galicia. The priority for what is occurring in his nation is palpable in his eyes: “We do not know what the way forward for the warfare goes to be. Now Russia goes to ship 300,000 extra males.”
However the Herculean metropolis was not his first cease. “They had been in Burela, and the staff there known as us to inform us that these three gamers had been in search of a spot to play they usually got here with us,” explains José María López – Pardo, president of the membership. Some gamers who in Ukraine had been linked to the WFC Teslawho has been league champion.
“To start with communication was a bit tough, additionally on the observe. We used the gestures and even the translator, however now with the passage of time they’re extra tailored”, factors out María Gómez, captain of the group. “The reception was excellent, they’re very open and enjoyable women. As well as, the Spanish gamers are excellent”, the three agree.
Now they begin from scratch and have achieved discover a job. Daryna and Olena have managed to get some family members to come back and stay in A Coruña as properly. Nevertheless, Khrystyna has not had the identical luck and her family members they proceed to endure the results of the Russian invasion. From right here they comply with minute by minute what occurs within the battlethat sure, with out shedding the smile that the game causes them.