All through the whole presence of football, we've gone over different stories from the incredible to the awful ones anyway little have we heard a footballer relinquishing their calling for their loved ones. However, here is a record of a lady who has decided to leave football early to help her accessory.
Rhali Dobson considered April 21 1992 is an Australian past soccer player who today played her last game for Melbourne City of the W-League in their 2-1 accomplishment over Perth W in which she scored a goal.
However, due to conditions, the 28 year old played her last game today as she's leaving early to help her lover who is battling threat. To make things captivating, after the match, her playmate proposed to her which she recognized.
Checkout some great pictures underneath and click here to watch the second the lover proposed to her after the match.
Taking everything into account, she has decided to help him through treatment for threatening development, what's your opinion on this
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