Canadian footballer talks about feeling hungry in Belarus

Patricia Lamanna in Belarus /
Patricia Lamanna in Belarus /

Canadian football player Patricia Lamanna left Belarus because of poor nutrition in the club, the girl told Minskskaya Pravda.

As Euroradio reported earlier, on June 28 Lamanna played her last match for the Minsk club, after which she left our country.

The girl moved from Turkey to Belarus in March. "I played in a Turkish club, but when the earthquakes started, my agent found me a club in Belarus. I came here. When I arrived, the club settled me in a hotel in Ratamka, where I had very good conditions until I moved to the club base," says Patricia.

The Canadian signed a contract for one year, but after three months she quit. According to her, this was influenced by the conditions at the club.

"One of the reasons I left was the food. Unfortunately, it wasn't good. We didn't have breakfast or lunch. And sometimes you would come into the dining room after an evening game and your food would be wrapped in cling film, completely cold and no longer tasty. I lost 12 kilos in three months," admits the girl.

She says that in the match against Babruychanka she had to play on an empty stomach: "Yes, that day I didn't eat anything, because we only have dinner at the base, and the game was before dinner. As a result, I became the best match player on an empty stomach and scored four goals. In this match "Minsk" won with a score of 13:0."

Patricia Lamanna has one million followers on Instagram.

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