claudio tapiapresident of the Argentine Football Association (AFA), and the Minister of Education of the Nation, Jaime Perczyksigned an agreement for women’s football to be incorporated into school physical education classes of all country.
Perczyk and Wall signed a cooperation agreement to encourage each and every footballer to finish school, under the motto “Studying is your best move”“The possibility of making a living from sport is short, which is why we believe that It is important to finish school and that is an obligation of the State, families and clubs”, explained the Minister of Education.
For his part, Wall He maintained that “you don’t just win the world championship by playing soccer. This agreement that we have signed does nothing more than ratify the responsibility and the commitment that the Mother House of Argentine Soccer has with education“. “Football is culture. We want it to be an inclusive agreement. All Argentines need it. Women’s football must continue to develop and, for that, we need all our players to have an integral development, not only in the football field, but also in the human field”, he highlighted.
“Everyone dreams of succeeding and becoming world champions, but few have that possibility. Education is a tool, a great value and we must all contribute to it. We must accompany each boy and girl to finish primary school and secondary school. These are things that are going to lead us, in the human, to become professional. Cuti Romero said that when he had to go outside to play, he realized that he had to finish his studies and he is carrying it out. Those values are the ones that show great people”, he assured. chiki.
The AFA It undertook to include as a mandatory requirement for all soccer players in all lower divisions of all clubs, the accreditation of regular school and primary secondary student status, or completion of secondary studies.
The act, which was held at the headquarters of the AFAAlso present were the head of Association Footballers, sergio marchi; the Executive Adviser of the Ministry of Education, Mario Caputo; Marcelo Achilles, vice president of the AFA; the founder of the Solidarity Network, john carr; presidents and presidents of clubs and leaders of leagues in the interior of the country.