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LTA Agency are glad to announce that Cameroonian international Raissa Feudjio has signed a contract with Finland’s Top Division team Merilappi United.

Raissa is a young skilled midfielder, who played a massive role in Cameroon’s good performance in CAF African Women Championship in Namibia 2014 scoring a winning goal against South Africa and helped her country qualify for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada for the first time in their history.
Raissa was also one of the youngest football players in 2012 London Olympic Games, where she was named Cameroon’s best player of the tournament. Raissa will increase the synergy in Merilappi United midfield roster, playing alongside young and veteran players. Raissa will join her new team for pre-season training in early April.

You can see official press-release on Merilappi United web site here:click


LTA Agency is pleased to announce that Cameroon international forward Ajara Nchout Njoya has signed a contract with the US professional football team – Western New York Flash of NWSL.

In October 2014, Cameroon Women’s National Team with Ajara in the squad qualified for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada for the first time in their history. Ajara has so far earned 25 caps with Cameroon in which she scored seven goals. In 2012 London Olympic Games Ajara played against world’s top international teams including Great Britain and Brazil.

Ajara is joining Flash at 22 years of age, after a season with AS Police de Yaoundé in Cameroon in which she reached Cameroon Cup Final. Before that during the 2012-13 season, she led her previous team FC Rossiyanka to a Russian Premier League second place – silver medal and an appearance in the UEFA Champions League Quarterfinals. For Ajara, it was her second time in the Champions League, having reached the Round of 16 the season before that with FC Energiya Voronezh. She scored seven goals in 37 matches in the Russian Premier League.

You can see official press-release on Ajara’s signing on the club’s Website here: click

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One of the most talented young Spanish players, Virginia Torrecilla Reyes has signed a representation agreement with LTA Agency. The 20-year old powerful FC Barcelona midfielder has already two Spanish Super Liga titles and two Spanish Cup winning medals to her name among a number of other impressive achievements and is widely known as one of the hottest prospects of the European women’s football.

Virginia started and played 9 full matches for Spanish National Team as part of Spain’s successful qualifying campaign for the historic first FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015. She was key in Spain’s U19 National Team runner-up finish at the UEFA Under-19 Championship in Turkey in 2012. She was also the youngest member of Spain’s squad at the UEFA Women’s Euro Final Tournament in Sweden in 2013. With 11 appearances in the UEFA Women’s Champions League, Virginia reached quarterfinal stage with FC Barcelona in 2013-2014 bowing out to eventual winners VFL Wolfsburg. Hailing from Majorca, she received “la Bota de Oro” (Golden Boot) prize for the best player from Balearic Islands for 2014. She made her debut in Spain’s top division at the age of 15.

See the video of the goal she scored from the center of the field for Barcelona against Sevilla in the League here: Here


Manuela Giugliano recently signed with the Italian all-time greats Torres Calcio Femminile and is now preparing for the new season of Serie A and UEFA Women’s Champions League with the team.

This year was a very successful one for the 17-year-old attacking midfielder with a bronze medal she won with Italy at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Costa Rica as well as finishing third in the UEFA European Women’s Under-17 Championship last summer. She was the star of the 3rd place World Cup match against Venezuela by scoring 2 goals, and she also had a great match in the European Championship against Portugal, helping her team get through to semi-finals. Her overall record is quite impressive too with 11 goals in 16 matches for Italy U-17s.

The opening game for Torres in the upcoming season of Serie A is against Giugliano’s previous club Pordenone. You may also play online this fascinating game of mind – pai gow.

See Manuela Giugliano’s player profile here.

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After a very successful season in the USA with Portland Thorns FC, Spanish National team captain Vero Boquete has now moved to the German 1. FFC Frankfurt, currently getting ready for three big competitions in 2014/2015: DFB-Pokal, UEFA Women’s Champions League, and Allianz Frauen-Bundesliga – one of the best women’s football leagues in the world.

In 16 matches for Portland, Vero recorded 4 goals and 6 assists, earning herself the title NWSL Player of the Week three times and helping the team to the National Women’s Soccer League semifinals. “It was a great three months here in Portland, and I think it was one of the best decisions in my career to come here. I really enjoyed my teammates, the staff, and especially playing in Portland. It’s amazing, the fans are the best in the world,” said Vero.

The next step for Vero is to join efforts with other strong newcomers – Kathrin Hendrich, Marith Prießen, Mandy Islacker and Jessica Fishlock in Frankfurt’s squad, aiming at “the Bundesliga title with FFC and [to] go as far as possible in the Champions League.” Vero’s new team has an impressive record of honours: 7-time Frauen-Bundesliga Champions, 9-time DFB-Pokal winners, and record 3-time winners of the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

“Given our already top-quality squad, it is not easy to sign players who make us better – all the more I am happy that we managed to sign a player for 1. FFC Frankfurt in Vero, who unconditionally improves our squad,” said Frankfurt coach Colin Bell.

Frankfurt begin their bid for a fourth European title against FC BIIK-Kazygurt of Kazakhstan in the round of 32 in October. Until then the team will focus on the new season of the Bundesliga starting in only a few days against Bayern Munich away.

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One of the most talented young Swedish players, Malin Diaz signed a representation agreement with LTA Agency. The creative midfielder who scored the winning goal for Sweden in the final of the UEFA U19 European Championship in 2012, and who started recent Women’s Champions League Final match for Tyresö FF against VFL Wolfsburg in Lisbon is considered to be one of the hottest prospects of the European women’s football.

Diaz, who at age 20 already has close to 50 matches in the Swedish top flight Damallsvenskan along with 5 appearances in the UEFA Women’s Champions League, has recently earned a full national team cap in the World Cup Canada 2015 Qualifying match against Northern Ireland. She also has 6 caps for Sweden U23s, remarkable 38 caps for Sweden U19s, and further 12 matches for Sweden U17 National Team. She was selected by the Swedish Football Association as one of the players chosen for the groundbreaking Project 11+. The aim of this project is to increase the number of world-class players from Sweden and to form a team of players who could change the fact that the Swedish Women’s National team hasn’t won an Olympic medal in football so far. The chosen players will receive additional support during their preparation in the form of improved conditions and expert guidance.

The project’s initial goal is a World Cup medal in Canada 2015, which will take the national team one step closer to an Olympics medal. You can read more about the project and see the names of all 12 players who will be participating in it here.


LTA Agency are pleased to announce that Swedish international defender Linda Sembrant (27) has signed a contract with a top French outfit – Montpellier Herault Sport Club (MHSC).

One of the best center backs in Sweden, Sembrant has 44 caps and 2 goals for Swedish National Team and is in squad for the upcoming World Cup 2015 Qualifying matches against Scotland and Faroe Islands. Uppsala native, who has recently signed a representation contract with LTA, has amassed 160 matches in Damallsvenskan, has won both the League and the Cup in Sweden, and boasts a bronze medal from the FIFA World Cup in Germany 2011. She joins MHSC from 2013-2014 UEFA Women’s Champions League Finalists Tyresö, for whom she appeared in every one of the 9 matches in the competition including the full 90 minutes in the final match against VFL Wolfsburg in Lisbon last month.

Click here to read the official MHSC release about Sembrant’s signing.

Yesterday the French team Paris Saint-Germain officially announced that Caroline Seger signed with them for the next two years.

The new season in France is about to begin and PSG are pleased to have acquired a skilled and experienced player in the face of Caroline, who will reinforce the team’s efforts and contribute a lot to its success. After two seasons in Tyresö, Caroline is “very happy and proud to be able to be a part of this big club” and says this opportunity is something very special to her.
Click here to read the official communication from Paris Saint-Germain on Seger’s signing.

Recently Josefine Öqvist announced her decision to retire from professional football so she can devote her time and energy to her family.

Jossan started playing football when she was 8; at 15 she was already playing professionally in Sweden, and lately she represented teams like Linköping FC Tyresö FF, Kristianstads DFF and Montpellier HSC. The last season was extremely successful for the Swedish player: she scored a total of 19 goals in 24 games for Montpellier. Her accomplishments with the Swedish national team are quite impressive, too, with 20 goals in 80 appearances. The list of Jossan’s achievements over the years is remarkably extensive: she got two medals at the World Cup, silver in 2003 and bronze in 2011, and a bronze medal at the 2013 Euros, she played in the Olympic Games and also won the Damallsvenskan with Linköping in 2009. She could have given a lot more to football and could have added many more trophies to that list, but she chose “to stop at the top”.

Giving up on a lifelong football career might not be easy for Jossan, but it will allow her to finally be “normal”, as she puts it. She will be able to follow her husband in Austria and to be a “mom like any other” to her two-year-old daughter.

Montpellier organized a great farewell ceremony for the players leaving the team next season, which was also a nice way to honor Jossan’s career and her retirement from football.

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Vero Boquete, the first Spanish female footballer to take part in the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final scored a goal for Tyresö FF against VFL Wolfsburg in the final game of the 2013-2014 competition held in Lisbon on May 22nd.
Despite the efforts and the excellent play on the part of Vero’s Swedish team especially in the first half, the German side Wolfsburg were crowned 2014 champions after a come-back 4:3 win over Tyresö. Vero’s comment after the game was: “It’s hard to lose a final, and even harder with the great fans here, but it’s a bit of a consolation that they’re here in Lisbon, and they’re still proud.” Read more…

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