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Captain Sehan introduces the Germany squad

Published: Saturday 7 December 2013, 23.33CET
A visionary defender, effervescent midfielder and a forward with all the tricks feature as Germany's Jasmin Sehan gives UEFA.com a player-by-player rundown of the squad.
by Ben Gladwell
from St George's Park
Captain Sehan introduces the Germany squad
Jasmin Sehan speaks to UEFA.com ©Sportsfile
Published: Saturday 7 December 2013, 23.33CET

Captain Sehan introduces the Germany squad

A visionary defender, effervescent midfielder and a forward with all the tricks feature as Germany's Jasmin Sehan gives UEFA.com a player-by-player rundown of the squad.

Vivien Brandt, goalkeeper
Vivi oozes self-confidence and is also very good with her feet. We're delighted we have her because she gives us so much security at the back.

Lena Pauels, goalkeeper
She's our back-up goalkeeper and does a really good job considering her age. She also gives you self-confidence.

Michaela Brandenburg, defender
Michi is a player who can bring the ball out from the back. She's a very important player for us in our-build-up play and always gets involved going forward. She's got great vision and that's what I find so amazing about her.

Michaela Specht, defender
She's a good central defender and knows when to play the ball short or long. She's also very relaxed.

Leonie Stenzel, defender
She's good going forward and works hard for the team. When she gets into advanced positions, she doesn't shy away from shooting.

Kim Fellhauer, defender
She's very strong in the tackle and in the air and also has a good shot on her.

Isabella Hartig, defender
Isa's new to the team, but she's doing really well and is very solid at the back, very fast , good in the tackle and chases every ball.

Lisa Karl, defender
She has good vision and is the one who directs everything at the back. She's calmness personified.

Jana Löber, defender
She is also aggressive and never afraid to tackle.

Samantha Dick, midfielder
She's very, very fast. Unfortunately, she's not played that often, but we need her like every other player. Her biggest strength is her pace.

Nina Ehegötz, midfielder
Nina is very strong in the tackle. She prefers to play out wide, where she stands out with her pace. She has a good eye for a pass and likes to have a shot on goal.

Saskia Matheis, midfielder
She is an important player for us in midfield. With Saskia Meier, she dictates the play in the middle. She also likes to have a shot when possible, and we need her. 

Saskia Meier, midfielder
Saskia also dictates the play like her namesake. She doesn't deliver long balls, preferring instead to play in short, sharp passes. She's also very composed in possession.

Melanie Ott, midfielder
Melanie's very fast, sporty and very quick. She looks after her team-mates and has a good eye for goal. 

Burcu Özkanca, forward
She's very strong in the tackle and makes some good runs into space, especially in forward positions. She likes to have the ball a lot.

Ricarda Walkling, forward
She is my favourite partner in attack. We get on really well and I enjoy playing with her. She works hard and has plenty of tricks up her sleeve.

Laura Widak, forward
She's technically very good, quick and has a very strong left foot which she often utilises out wide.

Last updated: 08/12/13 12.13CET

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