LTA welcome new representative

Nils

LTA Agency are delighted to announce appointing a new representative in Sweden- The Norwegian Nils Christiansen.

Involved in Female football since 1995 as an Agent, Coach, assistant coach and Sporting Director, the experienced Norwegian Nils has coached on every level and has been an assistant coach and sporting Manager in a Norwegian Toppserien club in 2010 (Donn Toppfotball).

Nils speaks Norwegian, Swedish and English. He has mostly worked as a player agent since 2011 and has done business in several countries as in Norway, Sweden, England, Germany, and the USA. He has also worked as a scout for many teams in the same period and has facilitated transfers both nationally and internationally.

The new representative is ambitious and passionate about improving the situation of players in women’s football.
“Am afraid to say that I might be one of the people in Scandinavia who view most football during the week, but for me, it is the most interesting work/hobby you can have. And I love when my players have success…”

LTA Agency are happy to count Nils on their working team.

Rita, Rebecca, Fatou and Ngozi champions

Fatou Coulibaly, Rebecca Elloh, Rita Akaffou and Ngozi Ebere have won a historic Cyprus league title with Barcelona FA

Barcelona FA won their first ever Cyprus league title last Sunday after defeating AMOK Chrysomilia 10-1 in their last but one game of the 2017/18 season.

With this impressive home victory over AMOK Chrysomilia , Barcelona FA extended their unbeaten streak to 17 games with 16 victories and one draw to end Apollon’s bid for a 10th consecutive title.

The Ivorian forward Rebecca played 16 matches and scored 27 goals. She is currently the 2nd scorer of the team and the 4th of the league. Her compatriot Rita, midfielder played 15 matches and scored 8 goals.
Defenders, Fatou the Ivorian and Ngozi Ebere of Nigeria each featured in 15 matches scoring six goals.

They will be host by Lefkothea in their closing league match on April 15th at 10.

LTA Agency congratulate Fatou, Rebecca, Rita and Ngozi

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Chelsea’s Swedish goalkeeper and her team are through to the 2017/18 UEFA Women’s Champions League last-four for the first time

Chelsea’s good performance in the quarter-finals against the French side Montpellier HSC earned them a spot in the semi-finals where they will face German powerhouse Wolfsburg on April 24th/28th.

Hedvig played 90 minutes in both legs against Montpellier HSC. Chelsea beat the last season’s French top flight runners-up 3-1 at home for a 5-1 win on aggregate.
Linda Sembrant, Katrine Veje, and Virginia Torecilla (three other players represented by LTA) of Montpellier featured in both legs.

Line Roddick and Vicky Losada also represented by LTA have lost 1-3 on aggregate against the holders – Lyon. FC Barcelona saw their participation end earlier this season than last season when they reached the semis for the first time.

LTA wish good luck to Hedvig Lindahl against Wolfsburg.

Alex first senior international goal

Teenage midfielder, Alex Chidiac opened her senior international goals tally as Australia stunned Thailand 5-0 at home

The 19-year-old midfielder of Adelaide United won her 8th full cap for her country’s Women’s National Team in a friendly match against Thailand. Alex played the full 90 minutes and scored the opener six minutes after the start of the match.

The talented left-footed playmaker made her international debut at age sixteen as a substitute in Australia’s 3-2 win over New Zealand on 12 February 2015.

The next match of the Matildas will be played against Korea Republic next week in AFC Women’s Asian Cup.

LTA Agency congratulate Alex Chidiac on this great achievement and wish her more goals in the upcoming games with the Matildas.

LTA world's best XI

Sweden goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl and Spain defender Irene Paredes have been named in the 2017 FIFPro Women’s World Best XI

Hedvig Lindahl (34) plays for Chelsea FC Ladies who have already reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League are maintaining the challenge to top the English Super League. She helped Sweden to reach the last eight of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017. She has represented her country in various international competitions earning 147 caps so far, which makes her the most capped Sweden goalkeeper, male or female.
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Irene Paredes (26) plays for Paris Saint-Germain with whom she reached the UEFA Women’s Champions League final and Coupe de France Feminine final last season 2016/17. She is the only player from Spain to figure in the annual FIFPro Women’s World XI. The 2017 Algarve Cup’s best player and winner was also crowned 2018 Cyprus Women’s Cup winner. Irene also represented her country in the last Women’s Euro in the Netherlands. She has amassed 52 caps and seven goals for her National team.
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More than 4,100 leading female players across 45 countries voted for the FIFPro Women’s World XI which was announced Thursday to coincide with International Women’s Day. It is the third year that FIFPro, the global group of players’ unions, has compiled a women’s team.

Although they did not make the final list, three other LTA players were among the 55 originally nominated:
– Andreea Părăluță (Romania – Atlético Madrid)
– Line Røddik Hansen (Denmark – FC Barcelona)
– Victoria Losada (Spain – FC Barcelona)
– Caroline Seger (Sweden – FC Rosengård)
– Laura Rus (Romania – Sassuolo)

LTA Agency congratulate Hedvig and Irene on this remarkable achievement.

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FC Barcelona were drawn to face Lyon (holders) while Montpellier will play Chelsea in the UEFA Women’s Champions League last eight on 21/22 & 28/29 March.

Line Røddik Hansen and Vicky Losada of FC Barcelona played 90 minutes each in one of the winning two matches of the round of 16 against Gintras Universitetas (0-9 on aggr). Fc Barcelona have easily knocked the Lithuanian side out of the competiton to make it into the quarter-finals for the third time in a row and fourth time in five years. The Danish defender and the Spanish midfielder have also helped FC Barcelona to become the first Spanish club to reach the semis of the last season’s edition of UEFA Women’s Champions League.

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Hedvig Lindhal’s Chelsea reached quarter-finals for the first time in thier history. Chelsea leading 3-0 from the first leg of the round of 16 against FC Rosengård, Hedvig kept another clean sheet in the second leg (1-0) to secure to Chelsea’s place in next round of the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

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Katrine Veje, Linda Sembrant, and Virginia Torecilla of Montpellier have booked the quarter-finals spot following a 3-2(9-2 on aggr) win over Brescia. The three players have all featured in the round of 16 matches. Katrine and Virginia scored one goal each in the second leg game while captain Sembrant played 90 minutes of both legs scoring a goal in the second-half of the (first leg) match.

The rest of the draw is as follows:

Wolfsburg (GER) v Slavia Praha (CZE)
Manchester City (ENG) v Linköping (SWE)

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Amanda Sampedro, Irene Paredes, and Vicky Losada lifted the 2018 Cyprus Women’s Cup trophy.

The annual invitational friendly tournament was held from 28th February to 7th March with 12 participating nations.

Spain did completed the course without any fault in this eleventh edition which was his first participation.

Spanish side reached the final after winning the first spot of Group B with seven points (two wins and one draw) without conceding a single goal.

Spain defeated Italy 2-0 in the final in Larnaca. All the three players represented by LTA featured in this clash and helped Spain to the victory. Amanda scored the first goal five minutes after the started of the second-half time, Irene played the full 90 minutes and Virginia also started.
On their way to the title, the three players also played in group stage matches. Amanda made one assist in the first goal against Austria (2-0) and Irene netted Spain’s opener in the 2-0 defeated Czech Republic.

Spain’s squad will now continue to fight for a place in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.

LTA Agency congratulate Amanda, Irene and Virginia on this achievement.

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Eleven players represented by LTA Agency from five different national teams will take part to the 25th annual appointment of a prestigious women’s football event in Portugal this year.

The Algarve Cup is an invitational women’s football tournament held each year since 1994 in the Algarve region of Portugal.
Last year’s trophy was bag by Spain for their first participation with five players represented by LTA in their squad (Amanda Sampedro, Irene Paredes, Veronica Boquete, Virginia Torrecilla and Vicky Losada).
This year the tournament will run from 28 February to 7 March with 12 competing teams organize in 3 groups.

Group A: Norway, Australia, Korea Republic, Portugal.
Group B: Sweden, Canada, China, Russia.
Group C: Denmark, Netherlands, Japan, Iceland.

Young, talented and experienced, a total of 11 players from five different teams that will compete at Algarve Cup 2018 are represented by LTA Agency.

Australia
Alex Chidiac (19) Midfielder (Adelaide United / Australia)

Portugal
Raquel Infante (27) Defender (Rodez Aveyron / France)
Carolina Mendes (30) Striker (A.S.D Mozzanica / Italy)

Sweden
Hedvig Lindahl (34) Goalkeeper (Chelsea Ladies FC / England)
Caroline Seger(32) Midfielder (FC Rosengård / Sweden)
Linda Sembrant (30) Defender (Montpellier HSC / France)
Olivia Schough (26) Midfielder (Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC / Sweden)

Denmark
Katrine Veje (26) Midfielder (Montpellier / France)
Sofie Junge Pedersen (25) Midfielder (Levante / Spain)
Signe Bruun (19) Forward (Fortuna Hjørring / Denmark)

Iceland
Glódís Perla Viggósdóttir (22) defender (FC Rosengård / Sweden)

LTA Agency wish good luck to all the players.

Alexandra Chidiac

LTA Agency are delighted to announce signing a representation agreement with the young Matildas midfielder Alex Chidiac

The 19-year-old talented Australian midfielder currently plays for Adelaide United in the W- League.
She joined the W-league at just 15, featuring for Adelaide United in the 2014/15 season. One year later, she had a stint at Melbourne City winning the 2016 Grand Final in which she featured, then rejoined Adelaide United later.

The technical left-footed playmaker already earned numerous awards for her young age. Alex won the 2017 inaugural PFA Young Player of the Year and the 2016 Women’s State League Player of the Year. In 2013 she won the Women’s Premier League Player of the Year & the Rising Star Award. She is the youngest player having won this award at age of 14 with 33 goals scored.
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Having made her senior debut on 12 February 2015 against New Zealand in Australia’s second victory of Women’s International Tri-Series Tournament, Alex has earned 4 senior international caps so far. She has represented her country as the Matildas won the 2017 Tournament of Nations in the US and the same year she played for Australia at the Algarve Cup. She has been called up again for the Algarve Cup this year. She has also been capped by Australia at under 16, under 17, under 18, under 19, and under 20 levels, as well.

Alex joins her compatriot Aivi Luik also represented by LTA.

LTA Agency are pleased to welcome such a talented young player as Alex and look forward to a long and successful relationship with her.

Aivi Luik Won 2018 W-L

Australian international midfielder, Aivi Luik, won the 2018 Championship while Melbourne City FC have broken Australian record by winning their third consecutive W-League title.

Aivi is now quite used to Grand Final matches. Having achieved the incredible record of four W-League titles (three in a row with Melbourne City), she also made her fifth W-League Grand Final appearance last Sunday. She won first title with Brisbane Roar in 2010/2011 season and was a runner-up in 2009/2010.
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The history has been made as Aivi played the full 90 minutes against Sydney in front of a new W-League record crowd of 6,025 fans at Allianz Stadium. Melbourne City defeated their opponents 2-0 at home to secure the trophy. With her brillant performance in the semis against Brisbane Roar, the experienced midfielder helped the defending champions to qualify for the final. Aivi opened the scoring at the 66th minute of the semi-final. Melbourne City eliminated Brisbane 2-0 to reach the Grand Final, while Aivi was named Player of the Match.

Aivi (32) came back to Melbourne City this season after a stint at Norwegian Toppserien side Vålerenga where she had reached the Norway Cup final 2017. After her return, she featured in all the remaining qualification steps of Melbourne City until the finals scoring 2 goals in the process. She has thus helped the Champions lift their historic third successive W-League championship trophy.

LTA Agency congratulate Aivi on this wonderful achievement.

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