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Jennifer Zietz

Published: Wednesday 1 February 2012, 18.20CET
Potsdam
Published: Wednesday 1 February 2012, 18.20CET

Jennifer Zietz

Potsdam

Previous clubs: PSV Rostock, 1. FC Hansa Rostock

Domestic honours: German Women's Bundesliga (6), German DFB Cup (3)

UEFA honours: UEFA Women's EURO 2009, UEFA Women's Champions League/UEFA Women's Cup 2005, 2010

Which player most inspired you and why? Any player who loved to fight and win games with the whole team and sportswomen, which loved their sports and live for it.

Which coach most inspired you and why? Any coaches who loved to coach and have a personal line in it. Those which maintain their respect despite the result and are honest.

What was the best advice they gave you? Take it easy and don't forget the other things. Have fun.

Best player you've played with? I played with many very good players in one team and everyone was good in their own way.

Toughest opponent? Lyon in the Champions League Final in 2010.

What are your memories of your first club as a child? Being happy and proud. 

What tip would you give a young player hoping to succeed? Have fun and don't forget your dreams. Think about what you love in sport.

Last updated: 31/05/12 16.22CET

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