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Diletta Leotta Interview: It’s Not Easy To Be A Journalist In Italian Serie A, Football Is Like Religion

Diletta Leotta Interview: It's Not Easy To Be A Journalist In Italian Serie A, Football Is Like Religion

idhealt.com — Diletta Leotta makes a scene about being completely naked or naked around the field if Barcelona beats Bayern Munich. But the action failed because Barca lost. Behind the furore, Diletta Leotta is a rare figure, becoming a journalist for Italian Serie A football in the midst of male dominance in it.

Diletta Leotta has been a presenter for DAZN for the past four years. Diletta Leotta often covers live broadcasts of the Italian League Serie A, including the Women’s Champions League.

His career began in 2018, it was the first time Diletta Leotta had stood on the pitch and reported on a match situation.

At that time very few women became football presenters, but now there are many.

“In 2018 I remember that I was completely alone on the pitch”, he told Moving the Goalposts.

“But now [there are] so many women doing this work, so I’m really happy to be part of a team full of these women. At first it was not easy to adjust to this male-dominated world. And now, I think we are ready to experience an inclusive show with football and women in football.”

One of the things you need to do when you become a sports presenter is to be friendly and energetic.

But it didn’t matter to him. Because football has penetrated Diletta Leotta’s marrow. He likes football since childhood.

He really likes the atmosphere on the pitch and the stands.

“My last match, Milan [against Internazionale] at the San Siro was incredible. The atmosphere and the derby is crazy. I have to say I’m lucky because I’m doing what I love.”

Moreover, according to him, football in Italy is like a religion. If you give the wrong information, it will be severely criticized.

“You have to be perfect when it comes to football,” he said.

“I am totally obsessed with being perfect and sometimes I lose my authenticity. But now I think that I am ready to be myself all the time and show my personality. It’s probably one of the most important things I can do.”

Serie A Femminile kicked off in Italy two weeks ago, and Juventus and Roma will also feature in the Champions League this year.

“I remember that in 2019, Italy [women] played very well and television and newspapers paid great attention to these footballers. I prefer to remember that moment not only because I prefer to see the bright side of life, but I think now we have to start over for the women’s national team, but also the men’s. It’s not easy to have a World Cup without Italy.”

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