Previous clubs: Dragør BK, Tårnby BK
Domestic honours: None
UEFA honours: None
Which player most inspired you and why? Xavi. He is an amazing and intelligent player. His technical skills and vision are impressive.
Which coach most inspired you? One of my first coaches, Jørgen from Dragoer. Something he read from a football book was: "To be the best team we all have to say 'I can, I will, and I have to.'" I have never forgotten this. He was the first who told us "we have to beat the best" and that season we won the regional championship.
What was the best advice they gave you? Jørgen also told me that I could go as far as I want, but not without working hard.
Best player you've played with? Aivi Luik. She is impressive.
Toughest opponent? Germany.
What are your memories of your first club as a child? All the good days at my team, where I played with the boys. I have so much good to say about Dragør BK, I get so happy when I think of that time. There was a good unity.
What tip would you give a young player hoping to succeed? You have to fight, even when it is darkest there will be light.
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