FC Twenty defender Marisa Oligers is having a dream season. Last season, she became a national champion and won the Eredivisie Cup with the Tukkers. Her role in these achievements was rewarded with a place on the Dutch women’s team. This summer she can even Made her debut in the last round During the European Championships in England†
This season, FC Twente’s head coach Robert De Pauw has pushed her back from a left-half position to a left-back position. Golden opportunity: The 21-year-old has been good at scoring five goals and no fewer than ten assists this season. National coach Mark Parsons also noted this: In the first call-up of the Olislagers with lionesses in April, she was allowed to start twice at base.
The defender was popular with Parsons, as she could go to the European Championships in England next summer. Last week she received a call: “I was so nervous. I thought oh my God. Within a second I texted: “Yeah, sure!” The whole conversation took maybe five minutes, if at all,” the FC Twente left-back told Mattis Van Dam Fan devotion†
However, the Olislagers don’t count on much playtime: “I mainly hope to learn there, which is totally normal. I’ll be there soon once I’m a puppy.” The Lionesses will play their first European Championship match against Sweden on July 9th. The group matches against Portugal and Switzerland will be held on July 13 and 17, respectively.
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