Interview Olivia Cook

Hi, I’m Liv a 19 year old uni student and footballer for Nottingham Forest Women. I’ve been playing football since I was 5 years old, and have loved every second!! As a centre-back I have to have the aggressive edge to my game- I love putting in a big challenge when its needed!! But, I would say that I’m maybe more of a technical player, when i was little I played midfield and I think that ‘get the ball down and play’ mentality is something that permeates my game at times.

Interview Megan Cooke

Hello, I’m Megan and I play for Hull City Ladies FC. I think I’ve had quite a mixed football career so far. I started playing for a local boys team in Hay-on- Wye before moving to a female team called Hereford Lads Club Vixens.
From there I played for Herefordshire County Payer Development centre where I was spotted and asked to play for Gloucester Centre of Excellence. When I was 13 I went for trials at West Brom. I played there for 2 years as well as still playing for Lads Club and Herefordshire County.

Interview Rosie axten

Hello, I’m Rosie- I play for Derby County Women! I work at a hotel and bar, which I also enjoy as it fits in perfectly with my football, meaning I have time also to get to the gym and go out for runs too. Football is very important to me, as I have played since 9 years old, it has always been first priority for me. I think the enjoyment side of it, is why it is so important to me, as I always have something to look forward to during the week (Game Day.) it is everything to me. The feeling you get when you are on that pitch is amazing…

Interview Tash Stephens

My name is Tash, I play on the wing for Crawley Wasps. I started my adult career in Somerset, before moving to University in London. Whilst there I briefly played for QOR and Denham before moving to the south coast and joining Portsmouth FC. After three seasons there I moved to Chichester for a year and a half, before joining Crawley Wasps for this season…

Interview Sarah Essam

Sarah Essam 20 years old Egyptian female footballer. Travelled to UK on 2017 and was the first Egyptian to play in the UK. Won Arab women of the year award 2018 by London Organization. Won Golden boot for Stoke City last season. Won league promotion with Derby Uni Women’s football team (BUCS) and was the top goal scorer too. ootball is everything to me and it’s my whole life…

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….

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