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Caroline Seger earns 200 caps

A wonderful finish at the FIFA Women’s World Cup for Caroline Seger who earned her 200th cap and a Bronze Medal.

Sweden’s captain since 2009, Seger has also scored 27 goals for women’s national team. By playing in the match of the third place in which Sweden has defeated England 2-1 yesterday, the 34-year-old midfielder made her 200th appearance for her country and thus won another bronze medal of her career. Seger is an experienced midfielder with a strong personality and leadership qualities. A veteran of three Olympic games, four Women’s Euros and three Women’s World Cups.

Her milestone was celebrated with the great historic win of Sweden’s Bronze Medal at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Sweden is through to 2019 Women’s World Cup semis after a 2-1 historic win over Germany.

Two Swedes represented by LTA Agency, veterans and key players to the team, goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl and defender Linda Sembrant won a historic quarter-final. Both smart players helped their nation to win against Germany after 24 years without any win against Germans in a competitive game. Sweden came from behind to knock out Germany 2-1 and reach World Cup semi-final. Linda provided an assist on the first goal. With that win, Sweden earned a spot at next year’s Olympics in Tokyo.
Sweden will now prepare for their first Women’s World Cup semi-final since 2011, where they will face the Netherlands in Lyon on 3 July.

LTA Agency wish good luck to Hedvig and Linda for the tournament’s next stage.

Seven of players represented by LTA agency in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup have reached quarter-finals with Norway and Sweden.

Norway defeated Australia 4-1 on penalties to reach the FIFA Women’s World Cup’s last-eight for the first time since 2007 following a tough 1-1 draw after extra time. Lisa Utland, Stine HOVLAND, Cecilie Redisch KVAMME, Therese Sessy ÅSLAND, and Emilie NAUTNES are all part of this achievement. For their next adventure in the course to the trophy, the Grasshoppers will meet England’s Lionesses on Thursday at the Stade Océane in Le Havre (4.30pm).

Hedvig Lindahl’s smart saves sent Canada home and Sweden into quarters. She also bagged the Player of the Match award for her performance in the 1-0 win against Canada as she has bravely stopped a penalty shot. It’s Hedvig’s second clean sheet in four matches already played in this World Cup. Linda Sembrant is irreplaceable in the Swedish defense since the start of the competition, she has featured in all matches assuring the defense for 90 minutes in each game. Sweden will take on Germany in Roazhon Park in Rennes on Saturday, 29 June.

We wish all our players good luck in the quarterfinals.

20 players represented by LTA Agency have reached the round of 16 of the FIFA Women’s World Cup-France 2019.

Cameroon is the first African nation to reach back-to-back in a FIFA World Cup knockouts. To progress to that level of the competition for a second time, they defeated New Zealand 2-1 thank to a second fantastic last-minute goal of the brave striker Ajara NCHOUT NJOYA, who secured her squad’s qualification. Aboudi ONGUENE who captained the game made awesome assist for Ajara’s second goal. Augustine EJANGUE, Raissa FEUDJIO and Genevieve NGO MBELECK played full time while Gaelle ENGANAMOUIT played 54 minutes.

Ngozi EBERE’s Nigeria beat the Korea Republic to advance to the last 16 for the first time in 20 years. The Super Falcon defender, Ebere featured in all matches in the group phase.

Australians Aivi LUIK and Mary FOWLER won two games and Luik made her World Cup debut in the Matildas’ 4-1 win over Jamaica.

Norway was in Group A alongside France, Nigeria and Korea Republic. They beat Nigeria (3-0) and Korea Republic (2-1) Lisa-Marie UTLAND scored a goal and played in the three games. Stine HOVLAND, Cecilie Redisch KVAMME, Therese Sessy ÅSLAND, and Emilie NAUTNES featured in the squad list.

Spain qualified with four points. They won the match against South Africa (3-1) and drew against China PR (0-0). Irene PAREDES had an important role in the defense as she played 90 minutes of each match, Virginia TORRECILLA provided an assist, Amanda SAMPEDRO, and Nahikari GARCIA also featured in the matches.

Sweden finished runner-up of Group F, with two victories, one against Chile (2-0) and another one against Thailand (5-1). With one clean sheet in three matches, the Sweden first-choice goalkeeper, Hedvig LINDAHL played all the matches with her compatriot defender, Linda SEMBRANT who didn’t only secure defense but also helped to the qualification as she opened the score against Thailand.

Fixtures

Saturday, June 22th Germany vs Nigeria , Norway vs Australia

Sunday, June 23th England vs Cameroon

Monday, June 24th Spain vs United States, Sweden vs Canada

LTA Agency will be represented over the next international break through 26 talented and experienced players of eight different nations from four continents.

A goalkeeper, eight defenders, eight midfielders and nine forwards represented by the leading international female football players agency have been called up for national duty. They will take part with their countries to the eighth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup which will take place in France from next June 7th to July 7th. 24 teams will compete.

AFRICA (CAF)

Cameroon (6 players):

Augustine EJANGUE (Arna-Bjørnar, Norway, DF)
Raissa FEUDJIO (UDG Tenerife Granadilla, Spain, MF)
Genevieve NGO MBELECK (Amazones FAP, Cameroon, MF)
Gaelle ENGANAMOUIT (Málaga CF, Spain, FW)
Ajara NCHOUT NJOYA (Vålerenga IF, Norway, FW)
Gabrielle ABOUDI ONGUENE (WFC CSKA Moscow, Russia, FW)

Nigeria (1):

Ngozi EBERE (Arna-Bjørnar, Norway, DF)

South Africa (5):

Nothando VILAKAZI (FK Gintra Universitetas, Lithuania, DF)
Lebohang RAMALEPE (MaIndies Ladies FC, South Africa, DF)
Refiloe JANE (Canberra United, Australia, MF)
Leandra SMEDA (Vittsjö GIK, Sweden, MF)
Jermaine SEOPOSENWE (FK Gintra Universitetas, Lithuania, FW)

ASIA (AFC)

Australia (2):

Aivi LUIK (Levante UD, Spain, MF)
Mary FOWLER (Bankstown City Lions, Australia, FW)

EUROPE (UEFA)

Norway (5)

Stine HOVLAND (Sandviken, Norway, DF)
Cecilie Redisch KVAMME (Sandviken, Norway, DF)
Therese Sessy ÅSLAND (Lillestrøm SK, Norway, FW)
Lisa-Marie UTLAND (FC Rosengård, Sweden, FW)
Emilie NAUTNES (Arna-Bjørnar, Norway, FW)

Spain (4)

Irene PAREDES (Paris Saint-Germain, France, DF)
Amanda SAMPEDRO (Atletico Madrid, Spain, MF)
Virginia TORRECILLA (Montpellier, France, MF)
Nahikari GARCIA (Real Sociedad, Spain, FW)

Sweden (2)

Hedvig LINDAHL (Chelsea FC, England, GK)
Linda SEMBRANT (Montpellier, France, DF)

NORTH/CENTRAL AMERICA (CONCACAF)

Jamaica (1):

Chinyelu ASHER (Stabæk, Norway, MF)

 

 

The Super Falcons’ player represented by LTA Agency, Ngozi Ebere is among the final 23 Nigerian women players who will Represent their nation to the Women World Cup in France next June.

Arna-Bjørnar’s Nigeria international defender, Ngozi Ebere has already represented her country at many competitions of high level. She has scored once in 24 appearances at senior level and represented Nigeria at the 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup in Canada.

Nigeria is in Group A alongside France, Korea Republic, and Norway. They will play their opening game against Norway on June 8.

LTA Agency congratulate Ngozi and wish her good luck in France.

Danish international midfielder Sofie Junge Pedersen has re-signed Juventus of Italy ‘s serie A until 2021.

Sofie signed a six months deal with Juventus when she moved from Vittsjö in Sweden in 2018. Since then, the 27-year-old midfielder has scored three goals in seven appearances for the Bianconeri. Sofie had an outstanding first season in Italy. She helped the club to win Italian league and cup doubles. She is the author of one of the most iconic goal of the whole season : the one that allowed Juventus to beat Fiorentina in the historic match of Allianz Stadium, last March.
Sofie’s previous deal with Serie A club had been due to expire in June 2019. It’s the fourth country where she played football after Sweden, Spain, and Denmark. She has won titles in Sweden, Denmark, and eventually in Italy. With four goals, Sofie has already earned 55 caps with Denmark women’s national team.

LTA Agency wish Sofie more sucess in Italy

Capitaine Fatou Coulibaly, Aby Emmanuelle, Ange Koko N’Guessan sont les joueuses professionelles representées par LTA Agency qui ont valablement renforcé l’équipe des “Elephantes” qui a atteint la finale de la Coupe UFOA B 2019.

La coupe UFOA (Union des Fédérations Ouest-Africaines) B des Dames s’est déroulée à Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire ) du 8 au 18 mai. Sept pays étaient au rendez-vous pour disputer la couronne sous régionale: Le Mali, le Togo, le Nigeria, le Sénégal, le Burkina-Faso, le Niger et le Ghana en plus de la Côte d’Ivoire.

La capitaine Fatou et ses coéquipières ont eu un excellent parcours qui s’est achevé à la finale. Elles n’ont enregistré aucune défaite jusqu’à la finale ou elles perdent face au Nigeria (5-4 Tab ; 1-1). Ange Koko est l’auteur du merveilleux but ivoirien du temp reglementaire.

Pensionnaire de UDG Tenerifie en Espagne, Ange Koko est designée meilleure joueuse du tournoie. L’attaquante de 28 ans a aussi été élue Dame de match après le match inaugural du tournoi, Côte d’Ivoire / Togo (5-0)

L’attaquante du Barcelona FA (Chypre) Aby Emmanuella a été désignée meilleure joueuse du match de la demi-finale Côte d’Ivoire /Mali( 2-1).

Defenseure du Barcelona FA Fatou Coulibaly a été élue meilleure joueuse du match Côte d’Ivoire / Ghana (0-0).

The 30-years-old international Sweden defender, Emma Berglund has penned a deal with Kopparbergs / Göteborg FC a Swedish top division club.

Emma comes from French top flight’s Paris Saint-Germain where she spent two seasons. She made only 18 appearances and netted once due to an ACL injury, she almost missed the 2018 season.

Prior to her French experience, she has always played in her home country. The skilled midfielder played with FC Rosengård and Umeå IK of Damallsvenskan. With those two outfits, she won in total 3 League titles, 2 Swedish Cups and 4 Super Cups, and remarkably served as captain for both teams.

Emma, despite that she haven’t been called-up for the FIFA World Cup, she has already represented her country in many other hight competitions such as, the UEFA Women’s EURO in the Netherlands, the 2016 Summer Olympic Games where Sweden won Silver Medal. She has already amassed 54 caps and 1 goal for Sweden Women’s National Team.

Spain international defender, Irene Paredes has signed a new two-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain until June 30, 2021.

The 27-year-old Spanish star has extended her contract with the French top division club, Paris Saint-Germain which reached the second place of the Division One Feminine this season that just end.

Since she arrived at Paris Saint-Germain in 2016, the centre-back has made 70 appearances for the club in all competitions. Irene reached the UEFA Champions League final (2016/17) and the final of the Coupe de France (2017). Last season, she won the 2018 Coupe de France title and was runner-up of the league.

Irene has more than 50 caps and 7 goals with Spain’s Women National Team. She will make her second’s FIFA Women’s World Cup appearance this summer in France after her first in 2015 in Canada.

Irene’s previous deal with the Division One Feminine club had been due to expire in June 2019.

LTA Agency congratulate Irene Paredes and wish her good luck for her future seasons with Paris Saint-Germain.