“The goal is to repeat and improve on last year (Champions League final)”In the middle of the quarantine, Cloths hopes to “return to normal soon” and continue the competition. “I would like to finish the season, since we had a very good rhythm. Hopefully everything can be maintained in this way. We have worked very well to fight to win titles again and we want to put the icing on the season with them “, says the Alicante goalkeeper, who jokes when asked if they see each other again in the Champions League final.“Right now see you at home (laughs). We have between eyebrows the Champions and the goal is to repeat and improve on last year, “says Sandra, who hopes they will not change the double-match format in the European tournament. “The fans deserve to live this type of game”, stresses, while admitting that they are preparing mentally “for what comes.” For now, we will have to wait to see it again on the green. “It is getting tough. You lose the routine of going every morning to train and it is crazy” says the goalkeeper, who engraved with a tattoo that says ‘Ready for everything’, although “never” imagined something like that. Sandra Cloths (29 years old, Alicante) is the great guardian of almighty Barça. Born into a family purely linked to sports (her father and brother as soccer players and her mother as an athlete) the portress azulgrana carries in his veins the sports gene. “I don’t see myself living on anything other than sports,” says the Valencian, after recounting how hard it has been to combine INEF studies with a career as a professional footballer. “When you combine it with studies or work, you unconsciously divert attention from what sports is“, Explain.Along these lines, Paños celebrates the great achievement of the signing of the collective agreement, a document with which he hopes that, right now, the Primera players can dedicate themselves “100% to soccer”. “I think the agreement is good, but it has to be improved. Minimum rights have been set, but it is necessary to go a step further so that the level of competitiveness is higher“says Cloths who, after five years at Barça, is” fortunate to be in a team with a strong commitment to women’s football. “The Alicante footballer has experienced the quality leap of the Barça team from within. “When you compete with the biggest is when you realize that there are many things to change and improve. The final of the Champions League (4-1, against Lyon) was a turning point. After that game we decided that we had to train more and better. And I think we are achieving it and that we are having a fairly high level, “says Cloths, who pursues its third consecutive Zamora being the least scored goal of this First Iberdrola, in which Barça is the solo leader with a nine point advantage over Atlético (2nd).