Hello everyone, I wanted to tell you I am very happy. Today I finished all my chemotherapy cycles, it’s over. This nightmare is over, so I’m very happy for everything life gives me, for everything I have left yet - I hope and wish. And, well, I still have to get some tests done 3 weeks from now, I hope they are ok, and then I’ll be ready to start with the team. To start training, at to at least be part of the team and be one of them. So thank you so much, from my heart. Thanks to everyone that wrote me, for all the strength every day. We have to now see this as a thing of the past, as something I’ve lived and well... *sigh* Let’s keep moving forward, which is what we all have to do. I thought I’d never finish chemotherapy and it’s finally arrived. So, everything arrives, everything happens and we get out of everything. A lot of strength to all the people who are living with very hard diseases, I’m sure we will make it out, ok?
They have known each other since they were very young and started on the national team together.
Now Alexia will wear the number 14 for Virginia.
"All the good things that happen from now on with this number, will be for her."
Alexia: "It is a very unfortunate thing that I wish had never happened. This will always be her number and she'll wear it again. We had a conversation and decided I will wear the 14 for her until she comes back for it which I know will be very soon."
"She already knows that all the good things that happen with this number will be for her, hopefully even a goal maybe. I'll wear it with pride and make sure she's happy. It's all for her."
“Today’s the day. We have a mature team. We don’t get comfortable. We work, work and work. It’s ok if the ball doesn’t go in fast. We keep working the game and win it. Together until the end, come on.”
“WE WILL PLAY...”
“WE WILL FIGHT...”
“WE WILL WIN...”
“VIR, VIR, VIR!”