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Carolina Mendes signs with Grindavik

Portugal National Team striker, Carolina Mendes has joined Grindavik FC of Top Division in Iceland (Úrvalsdeild)

The 29-year-old striker comes from Djurgårdens IF(Stockholm) in Swedish Top League-Damallsvenskan. Prior to that, the Portuguese international  played for a top Russian club Rossiyanka with whom she was the Runner-up of 2015 Women’s Supreme Division.

Carolina has already earned 54 caps for Portugal National Team scoring 9 goals so far. She has helped Portugal to qualify for the 2017 UEFA Women’s Euro Final Tournament in the Netherlands.
LTA Agency wish Carolina a very good season and the best of luck at her new club.

Cote D’Ivoire international midfielder Ida Rebecca Guehai has signed with Levante of Spanish Primera Division where she will join Portuguese international Raquel Infante (Another player represented by LTA Agency).

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The 22-year-old midfielder comes from Kristianstads DFF in Sweden where she became best player in 2015 with 9 goals in15 matches played.

Prior to Kristianstads DFF, Rebecca played for Onze Soeurs de Gagnoa of Ligue 1 in Cote D’Ivoire.

Rebecca earned close to 30 caps for Cote D’Ivoire Women’s National Team scoring three goals.

She represented her country in the historic first appearance at the group stage of 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup final tournament in Canada.

She won the Bronze medal at the African Games 2015 held in Congo and another bronze medal at the 2014 CAF Africa Women’s Championship in Namibia.

Rebecca also represented her country at the 2012 CAF African Women’s Championship in Equatorial Guinea.

LTA Agency wish Rebecca a lot of success at her new club.

Swedish National Team defender, Linda Sembrant (‘Sempan’) has extended her contract with a French top side Montpellier Hérault Sport Club (MHSC).

Current MHSC captain, Sempan (29) joined the club 2.5 years ago and proved an instant success starting every league match and playing a key role in the team solidifying the defense and adding 7 goals scored in 61 matches to date. She has also been an integral part of Sweden’s team who earned the historic first women’s football Olympic silver medals for the country in the final of the Olympic Games in Rio last summer.
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“Linda has a very good reading of the game. The whole defense has progressed thanks to her experience, and she quickly became the leader that I expected,” said the MHSC head coach Jean-Louis Saez.

LTA Agency wish Sempan the best for the current season and for the future with the club.

The 23-year-old England international goalkeeper, Mary Earps has signed an 18-months contract extension with Reading FC of the FA Women’s Super League.

Named player of the year for the 2016 season, Mary has been selected for England Women’s Senior Team for La Manga Camp friendlies this January 2017.

Reading goalkeeper has been capped by England at Under-17, Under-18, and Under-23 level, as well.

“Mary is an extremely good goalkeeper who had a huge impact at her first season with Reading, and her ambitions fit perfectly with the direction of the club,” declared Reading’s Manager Kelly Chambers upon signing.

LTA Agency wish Mary a very successful season.

LTA Agency have continued a busy January by arranging a new international transfer. The 27-year-old Cameroon defender, Ysis Sonkeng has inked her first deal outside her country with Sundsvalls DFF in Swedish Elitettan where she will join her international compatriot Ajara.
CMR line-up v Egypt

Recent finalist of CAF Women`s AFCON 2016, Sonkeng comes from Louves Minproff de Yaounde where she won Cameroon Women`s Cup in 2016 and 2015. She has also represented her country in other international competitions such as FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada 2015, African Women’s Championship in Namibia 2014 (also runner-up), and Summer Olympics in London 2012.

The 24-year-old Cameroonian international striker Ajara Nchout Njoya has extended her contract with Sundsvalls DFF in Swedish Elitettan.
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Ajara had an outstanding year 2016 as she became SDFF’s best goal scorer with 13 goals in 26 matches and was named player of the season. She capped the year by becoming the runner-up of the CAF Women’s AFCON 2016 with Cameroon National Team as she played full 90 min of 4 matches of the tournament including the final.

Following the AFCON, she was individually honored by the sultan of Bamoun in her native town of Foumban during the bi-annual cultural ceremony and was also received by the Cameroonian presidential couple in their palace along with her team mates.

LTA Agency wish Ajara and SDFF a very successful season in 2017.

LTA Agency have arranged another international transfer. The 23-year-old English-born midfielder, Lois Roche, has signed with Åland United (Mariehamn) of Finland’s top-flight (Naisten Liiga) where she will join Cameroonian international Raissa Feudjio.

Lois comes from Reading FC in the English Women’s Super League where she won WSL2 in 2015 and has previously played for Arsenal Ladies. She has also played for the Republic of Ireland U17 and U19 National teams in 2010, 2011 and 2012. Lois will join her new teammates in Finland on 12 of January to start the pre-season training.

LTA Agency wish Lois a lot of success at her new club.

The 29-year-old Romanian striker, Laura Rus (better known as “Lala”) has joined Cajasol Sporting Club de Huelva of Spanish Primera División after 3 seasons in South Korea.

Lala comes from 2016 WK-League runners-up Icheon Daekyo and brings with her a vast international experience. Prior to Icheon Daekyo, she played with another South Korean outfit, Suwon FMC, with whom she became the best goal scorer of the WK-League in 2015 with 17 goals. Having proved to be a prolific striker over the years, Lala scored over 150 goals in her club career spanning her native Romania, Cyprus, Denmark, Spain, and South Korea as well as internationally with Romania National Team, and in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. She was Champions League best goal scorer in the season 2012-2013.
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Huelva was Romanian striker’s first foreign club back in 2007, and the club are happy to welcome her in Andalusia once again.

LTA Agency wish Lala a lot of success at her new/old club.

Gaelle, Aboudi, Raissa, Ajara, and Ejangue – finalists of CAF Africa Women Cup of Nations (AFCON)

Five Cameroonian Women’s National team players represented by LTA Agency have reached the final of the women’s AFCON 2016 held in Cameroon from 19 November to 3 December 2016. They have helped the Indomitable Lionesses to qualify for the second successive final of the most important African competition where they narrowly lost to defending champions Nigeria in front of 40,000 spectators at the Ahmadou Ahidjo National Stadium in Yaounde.
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The first goal of the competition was scored by Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene in the inaugural match against Egypt. Aboudi was also named best player of the tournament. Raissa Feudjio scored the only goal of the semifinal against Ghana and made the best 11 of the tournament. Gaelle Enganamouit earned the most assists. Augustine Ejangue captained the team in the group match v Zimbabwe, and Ajara Njoya was a constant threat in Cameroonian attack all throughout the competition.
CMR 2016 medals

The tournament held in Limbe and the capital Yaounde has proved to be a huge success in Cameroon, and all of the above players represented by LTA have become household names in the country overnight.

Cote D’Ivoire international, Ange Koko N’Guessan has signed a deal with Spanish powerhouse FC Barcelona.

The 25-year old winger comes from the top division in Cyprus, where she earned 2015-2016 bronze medal and finished as best goalscorer at Anorthosis Famagusta.

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Prior to Cyprus, Ange Koko played for perennial Lithuanian champions FK Gintra-Universitetas helping them win the 2015 League title and take part in 2015-2016 UEFA Women’s Champions League preliminary round. In the same year, Ange Koko represented her country in the historic first appearance at the group stage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup final tournament in Canada scoring two goals in the process.  While playing for her national team, she also won the bronze medal at the African Games held in Congo in 2015 and another bronze at the 2014 CAF Africa Women’s Championship in Namibia.

Ange Koko won the Cote D’Ivoire national championship in 2011/12 and 2013/14 and was also the nation’s cup winner in 2011 with her first club Omness de Dabou.

LTA Agency wish Ange Koko a very good season and the best of luck at her new club.