National team: Sweden
Which player most inspired you and why? Charlotte Rohlin. She is a really good player and leader and she probably inspires many other young players too.
Which coach most inspired you? My coaches Martin Sjögren and Anders Jacobson at Linköpings FC inspire me very much.
What was the best advice they gave you? "You have to believe in yourself." You need to fail sometimes if you want to succeed.
Best player you've played with? Charlotte Rohlin and Nilla Fischer.
Toughest opponent? Ramona Bachmann at FC Rosengård.
What are your memories of your first club as a child? My best memories of my first club are from the Gothia Cup tournament.
What tip would you give a young player hoping to succeed? Just work hard, believe in yourself and give 100% in every training session.
What was the experience like of playing in a youth final tournament? Just playing with the national team gives you experience, but when we played in the finals I thought the preparations were very important.
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