Marie-Louise BAGEHORN (GER)
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Tina on Marie-Louise:
Marie-Louise is a rare talent and shows all the hallmarks of someone with a long and successful career ahead of them. She works tirelessly in front of the defence and knows exactly when to get forward. Furthermore, Marie-Louise is creative in midfield and very mature in possession for her age. She's an artist on the ball and boasts exceptional technique, while her peerless reading of the game allows her to dictate proceedings. As well as her openness and confidence, she's a real team player.

Tina's Tip:
Although Marie-Louise is very mature for her age, she can still improve her performances by focussing her training on key areas such as strength and heading. In order to assert her presence and become more of a leader on the field, she should aim to increase her goalscoring threat by shooting more regularly. There is always room for improvement fitness-wise, so she should try to manage her training to suit her individual needs. She should set herself additional challenges and goals, perhaps in another sport or by taking part in extra training sessions.

Personally, I hope she continues on her current path, which includes passing her A-Level exams and ensuring she has something to fall back on aside from football.

Date of birth: 07.07.1991
Place of birth: Dresden
Height: 1.63m
Club: 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
Previous clubs: FV Dresden 06, 1. FFC Fortuna Dresden-Rähnitz
Position: Midfield
U-17 caps: 17
U-19 caps: 11
Hobbies: Wakeboarding, snowboarding, meeting friends, cinema
Favourite food: Pasta bake, strawberry ice cream
Favourite music: Clueso

Question & Answer
Who would you most like to swap lives with for 24 hours?
With a Manchester United player. David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo would have to be in the squad as well.

What talent would you most like to have?
I'd like to be able to dance.

Where would you most like to go on holiday?

Who is your footballing idol?

If there is no training session, you will find me...
Still out on the pitch. There's rarely a day that goes by without football for me.

How did you start out in football?
With the boys in the playground. I joined my first club when I was seven and moved to my current club 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam when I was 13.

What has been the greatest moment of your career to date?
Winning the European Championship with the U-17s. I was picked for the UEFA All Star Team following that tournament too.

What are your sporting goals?
To take part in the U-19 European Championships and the U-20 World Cup next year. Obviously a regular place in the Turbine Potsdam team is important as well.

What are your hopes for the FIFA Women's World Cup 2011™?
Most of all I'm hoping to take part in the World Cup on home soil. I'm convinced we're going to make a big statement for women's football.