It’s a combination. First you do the Ronaldinho trick,
flick it over your head and speed up It’s just for fun, you couldn’t do that in a game.
Especially me as I rarely do tricks. But it’s fun on the pitch with your friends. Tricks are important in the game, especially
for me since I’m not the fastest player That’s why it helps to use a skill to confuse the defender
so you can pass them more easily. For me it’s really effective. You need a good technique to play
the fast pace style of football but you don’t really need special skills as a defender It’s important that you are fast so you can
win the ball from the opponent. You don’t need much else. The simple things where you change your pace. Many times a body feint or a stepover is enough…
And change of pace and dribbling. I think at a young age you shouldn’t focus
on a specific skill. You should just enjoy the game and the rest will follow. If you’re a good player,
you will get good coaches, you will join a pro team and then these things
will come by themselves. It’s totally different. It’s such a fast game now.
It was different five years ago, women’s football wasn’t so professional back then,
but now it’s at a top level. The girls that are as young now as I was back then, they’ll have a great time as the game develops. I definitely keep special boots, for example from the Olympics or European Championships, but there are so many new boots and I have many of them at home – but I always wear the newest ones. No, I like to give my old boots to fans or kids
because it takes a lot of space at home Since we always get many new boots,
I just like to give them away. I’ve kept some from back in the days. I have
the boots I won great things with in my closet. Hopefully I can add few more pairs there in the future. White and blue! I think it would be a combination of black and white. I like loud colors, like volt or bright red,
I really dig that. I’m not a big fan of blackout or whiteout boots.
They definitely need some colour.