Football: Italian star Lorenzo Insigne reveals his wife’s miscarriage Play

Football: Italian star Lorenzo Insigne reveals his wife's miscarriage  Play

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Italy star reveals his wife’s miscarriage

Even the most beautiful thing in the world becomes completely redundant.

Italy striker Lorenzo Insigne (31) revealed the miscarriage of his wife, Genovéfa Darone (29).

In a press conference for his Toronto FC club from American MLS, the striker explains how badly the miscarriage still affects him.

Insigne: “It is well known that I have had to deal with personal problems in recent weeks, but perhaps not everyone knows the reasons. So let me make it clear that my wife and I have lost a daughter who will always be our Will be in hearts.”

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and further: “We suffered a huge loss with our wife and it was not easy. As always, we try to move forward together. We have two more beautiful kids who give us peace of mind but our thoughts are always with her.”

Lorenzo Insigne with his sons Christian (left) and Carmine at his new club Toronto FC.  in a game for

Lorenzo Insigne with his sons Christian (left) and Carmine at his new club Toronto FC. in a game for

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Then the Italian ends with the sentimental words: “It’s always on our minds what happened to us.”

The former Naples star has been married to beauty Genovéfa Daron since 2012. Since then, the couple has two sons, Carmine (10) and Christiane (7). Abortion – a blow.

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The family has been living together in the Canadian metropolis of Toronto since this summer. After 14 years and 434 games (121 goals) with Italian leaders SSC Napoli, 1.63m short winger Insigne switched to the American MLS for top club Toronto FC on a free transfer this season, signing a four-year contract there. Did it

Insigne on his move: “When I arrived I knew it was going to be a tough transition, but next year we’ll start together and we’ll be united. We’ll stay united, it’s going to be a great season and we Know we will win a lot next year.”

Since his transfer to Canada, the 2021 European champions have won six times in twelve games and conceded two assists.

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