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Dzsenifer Marozsán interview: Turn up for number ten – Germany’s smooth orchestrator and the sounds to stop the show

Photo: 1.FFC Frankfurt

Photo: 1.FFC Frankfurt

 

When it comes to the creative elite of the women’s game, Germany’s Dzsenifer Marozsán is always likely to be in the conversation, and as well as fuelling her inspiration, music takes the 1.FFC Frankfurt attacking midfielder back to facing the spotlight in a way she is somewhat less renowned for. Read more →

Lara Dickenmann interview: ‘Stand by the jams’ – Swiss star rewinds the rhythm

Photo: VfL Wolfsburg

Photo: VfL Wolfsburg

 

Before starting afresh with VfL Wolfsburg last year, Switzerland’s Lara Dickenmann checked out at Olympique Lyonnais having excelled during seven trophy-filled seasons in France in which she cemented her name at the highest level, although there once was an era when it was someone else’s beat the two-time UEFA Champions League winner played to. Read more →

Colin Bell interview: A new dawn breaks for Champions League-winning coach

Photo: Huebner/Ulrich / Courtesy of 1.FFC Frankfurt

Photo courtesy of 1.FFC Frankfurt

 

After over three decades in Germany as both a player and coach, the lights have faded to black on Englishman Colin Bell’s time at UEFA Women’s Champions League winners 1.FFC Frankfurt to usher in the next act with Norway’s Avaldsnes IL, and it gives the former Leicester City youngster a platform for new narratives in a truly varied tale of football, music and life. Read more →

Sophie Schmidt interview: Same strings in a new city – Canada international finding the flow in Frankfurt

Photo: Alfred Harder

Photo: Alfred Harder

 

Although more than familiar with the language of her new surroundings, Sophie Schmidt’s move to UEFA Champions League holders 1.FFC Frankfurt represents an undoubted change in picture for the Canadian international, and the midfielder has already brought her own pitch to the team harmony. Read more →

Célia Šašić interview: A groove trip to melodies undiscovered for Germany striker

Photo: Frank Hess

Photo: Frank Hess

 

Rightfully regarded as one of the deadliest strikers at the top level of women’s football, it is difficult not to envisage Germany’s Célia Šašić playing a principle part in this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, which would mean some new additions to the soundtrack of her sparkling story. Read more →