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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 →

Olivia Schough interview: Golden goals and the sweet Swedish serenade

Photo: Eskilstuna United DFF

Photo: Eskilstuna United DFF

 

Back in her homeland with Eskilstuna United DFF after spells in Russia and Germany, Sweden international Olivia Schough has the opportunity to ignite her form ahead of the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup, with a little time to melodically soothe her compatriots along the way too of course. Read more →

Dagný Brynjarsdóttir interview: A ‘Sunshine State’ of mind for Bayern’s Star-Spangled Icelander

 

Icelandic international Dagný Brynjarsdóttir had become one of the most coveted players in the college game en route to winning the 2014 National Championship with Florida State, and the current FC Bayern Munich midfielder has some partially tuneful reminders of just why her four years in the U.S. meant so much. Read more →

Lena Goeßling interview: ‘Here’s to what lies ahead’ – Echoes of a year to savour for Germany midfielder

Photo courtesy of VfL Wolfsburg

Photo courtesy of VfL Wolfsburg

 

With a FIFA Women’s World Cup year on the horizon, it will arguably take clinching the big prize in Canada to top a terrific 2014 that had an anthem of its own for VfL Wolfsburg’s German international Lena Goeßling. Read more →

Amber Brooks interview: Flash forward with a little Carolina kickback for U.S. midfielder

Photo: @abrooks22

Photo: @abrooks22

 

With a first National Women’s Soccer League season behind her, recently-acquired Western New York Flash midfielder Amber Brooks is in the midst of another loan with FC Bayern Munich, and she is out to build on some success of yesteryear that provides reason for reminiscing. Read more →