Interview Leah Embley

I’m Leah Embley and I play for Fylde Ladies FC. Really important. I try and improve something every single day football wise to make sure I get to the next level and reach my goals. As a Burnley fan it was extra special but we also had a special group of girls and it was nothing less than what we deserved. We worked so hard for each other and it was probably my favourite season so far! It was also very important in helping me push up the leagues….

Interview Olivia Wilson

I’m Olivia Wilson and I play for Burnley FC Women. Football is very important to me as I love to play it. To play football 3 times a week whilst a full time uni student would be hard for most people but for me I enjoy going to training and it takes my mind off university. I started off playing for Man United Centre of Excellence from u15 to u17 and they didn’t have a first team so after u17 I left and went to play for Everton Ladies reserves…

Interview Tash Tezgel

My name is Tash Tezgel and I play for WBA. I am a centre midfielder, I prefer to play a holding midfielder role, a classic number 4, I look to win headers, break down play, switch and dictate play. I would say I’m a natural leader and have good communication skills and like to motivate others around me. I think the most important people within the footballing environment are your team mates…

Interview Georgia Pearch

Outside of playing football I’m a sports therapist working in a clinic along with also having my own business on the side, providing sports therapy to my private clients. I studied sports therapy at Uni for 3 years to get me my degree and graduated in 2019. Football has always been very important to me, I’ve played ever since I can remember and has always been a big part of my life. Frank Lampard was my biggest role model growing up…

Interview Danielle Rowe

I am 23, a central midfield player for Portsmouth who works in Recruitment full time along side playing football. I like to try and get on the ball as much as possible, in the number 4 role I try to dictate play where I can, keep things ticking over, switching play in possession but break up play and help the back line as much as possible out of possession. Communication and leadership as well is fairly natural to be in keeping everyone motivated.

Rebecca Knight

Hi, my name is Rebecca Knight and I play for Loughborough Foxes. I have been at the club for 4 years now and I am playing the best football of my career so far. I started playing at the age of 12 for Stoke City Academy and was inspired by my dad and granddad from a young age. Football is a huge part of my life, not only playing but coaching and teaching. I have around 10 years’ experience coaching now and just started my first year as a newly qualified teacher….

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