The Chivas player will share her experience with an online conference for Harvard University, which will be the first Mexican professional soccer player to do so
Janelly Farías, Player of Chivas femalewill be the first Mexican professional soccer player to host a conference at Harvard, scheduled for October 7th.
The lecture, which will take place online and will be free, is aimed at the football player from Chivas female and the Mexican national team, share your experience after becoming openly gay, both personally and in your professional career.
Janelly FaríasThe 30-year-old is currently in his third tournament as a professional footballer, as his first record against the Liga MX was for him Opening 2019, a competition in which he played 16 games, all as a starter, in which he scored twice, first against Puebla and later against Querétaro.
For him Graduation 2020The defense only took part in three engagements where he registered a goal but ran out of minutes due to the operation on his left shoulder.
In front Guard1anes 2020, Chivas female announced the renewal of his contract but did not make his debut in the current tournament as he is in rehab after surgery.
Chivas dominates the Women MX League after seven days because the Tapatías march first with 19 units, just like America, but the Rojiblancas have better goal difference, a situation that puts them in the lead.
Not only are they at the top of the table, but they also claim to be the best defense with just two hits and the third best offensive with 19 goals, just behind 21 for Tigres and 20 for Monterrey.
Guadalajara, led by Edgar Mejía, also has the current top scorer, a position Alicia Cervantes occupies with eight touchdowns.
The next duel from Chivas female It will be on September 28th, the day they receive Querétaro.