Puerto Rican Karina Socarrás, here handling the ball, received a contract from the Club Sport Marítimo of Madeira, Portugal. (File / AP)
The player of the women's national soccer team, Karina Socarrás, was hired to join a Portuguese club, the Club Sport Marítimo de Madeira, Portugal.
The player made the announcement through her social media accounts on Monday, and posted several photos on her Instagram account with the club's president, Carlos Pereira.
Karina Socarrás (Supplied)
“I continue writing that book that narrates the dreams achieved. I have never doubted God's plans, and he has put me in a unique place ”, wrote the player.
“I am very grateful to all the human beings who have given a grain of knowledge, trust, hope, perseverance, dedication and commitment to this beautiful and exciting sport. There are many people who have helped me to be where I am today and I know they feel my words. I hope with all my strength to fill you with pride, and to transmit hope to [email protected] those who dream big, “said Socarrás, who had already played in Spain.
She also thanked all the incredible beings that I have met from the other side of the world and above all those who have welcomed me in Madeira. My team is unique and I am very happy to be next to such impressive people, who have welcomed me as if I were from here. “
In August, Socarrás said goodbye to his club Bayamón FC in the Puerto Rico League.