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Maz Pacheco interview: Reds defender roaming with a homegrown harmony

Photo via Liverpool FC

Photo via Liverpool FC

 

Breaking through last year as Liverpool Ladies’ youngest debutant, England Under-19 Mayumi ‘Maz’ Pacheco has maintained her swift development this season, spending the past few months on loan with Doncaster Rovers Belles but all the while continuing to strike the notes in the name of the club she’s grown up bonded with. Read more →

Libby Stout interview: Strings straight from the south – Reds keeper playing in the key of Kentucky

Liverpool Ladies FC

Liverpool Ladies FC

 

In her two seasons with Liverpool Ladies, goalkeeper Libby Stout has been one of the Reds’ chief organisers from the back, and the American is one who steps forward when it comes to team performances behind the scenes, getting the chance to showcase a symphonic side that has long been embedded within her. Read more →

Rosie White interview: The blue and gold bygone beat that rocked for Liverpool forward

Liverpool FC

Liverpool FC

 

Following her second World Cup with New Zealand this year, Rosie White’s career in European football has begun to take flight with Liverpool Ladies, ushering in a brand new side to a personal track laden with memories from her college days. Read more →

Fara Williams interview: When a few become one for Reds’ England midfielder

Liverpool Ladies FC

Liverpool Ladies FC

 

England’s all-time leading international appearance-maker, Liverpool Ladies’ Fara Williams has come a long way since she was just starting out in the game, still keeping a close ensemble of past teammates to throw it back in style with. Read more →

Corina Schröder interview: The act the UK never caught – Reds defender’s continental throwback

Photo: Nick Taylor / Liverpool FC

Photo: Nick Taylor / Liverpool FC

 

Liverpool Ladies defender Corina Schröder has been a magnet to success in her club career so far and while her knack of winning trophies has followed her to England she explains how one element of her past in Germany is much less likely to do so. Read more →