When I started there were no idols in women's football,how could there be if you didn't show women's football?
Amidst the fervour of the 2023 Women's World Cup, a poignant moment unfolded as Brazilian icon Marta, on the cusp of her 23rd and final Women's World Cup match, was moved to tears during a press conference.
With 37 years under her belt, Marta is embarking on her sixth Women's World Cup appearance. Her inaugural foray into the tournament took place in 2003 when she was a mere 17 years old, a stage where she left an indelible mark by netting 3 goals in 4 matches. Her legacy extends to a remarkable record of 17 goals in World Cups, encompassing both men's and women's competitions. Regrettably, Brazil's journey came to a close yesterday with a 0-0 draw against Ja...