Wendie Renard trusts on the death of her father when she was 8 years old : “I never cried”

Wendie Renard se confie sur la mort de son père quand elle avait 8 ans : "je n'ai jamais pleuré"

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Wendie Renard (world Cup 2019) speaks out on the death of her father when she was 8 years old

While the Team of France football women face the Usa this Friday, 28 June 2019, in the quarter-finals of the football World Cup, Purebreak back on a difficult period that has passed through Wendie Renard, when she was only 8 years old : the death of his father, a victim of lung cancer.

The euphoria of the victories in the face of South Korea and Norway has given way to the stress. And for good reason, this is a difficult game that promises to be for the Blue this Friday, June 28, 2019 in the face of the United States in the quarter-final of the women’s World Cup of football. In addition to having to fight against the U.s., which promise to be formidable, the footballers are going to have to fight against the heat (30°C). All hopes are therefore based on Amandine Henry, Kadidiatou Diani, Eugenie Le Sommer, or Wendie Renard.

A difficult test

Regarded as one of the best defenders in the world, this latter dispute now in its third world Cup with the team of France women’s football. A nice revenge on life for the one who has lost his father, a victim of lung cancer, when she was only 8 years old. In an interview with the newspaper L’equipe, the one who changes the OL has entrusted to your care in this difficult period in 1998 : “Many people have believed that I would not be able to take. On the contrary, up to now, even if there are moments when it is hard, I never cried”.

“It made me grow up faster”

If it says to be continued to be strong for her sister and her mother, she returns to the consequences of this event on her career to Planet Lyon. “To live an event like that, it forges a character. It made me grow up faster. I understood that I had to make a choice, I will live my life”. La Martiniquaise 28-year-old today has an impressive track record, with 13 titles of champion of France, 6 Cups from France and 5 champions League. What make proud, of where he is.

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