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I am one of the women on the team.
I have been to a lot of World Cups, World Cups and Olympic Games and I can say that my experience of playing and coaching was never boring.
I am very much into winning trophies, but also being able to do what I love the most.
I can talk about my career with such great depth and depth, from my debut as a teenager to the current state of my career, but my most treasured memory is when I first took part in the 1998 World Cup final.
I was just 14 and the whole team had been selected.
My mum and I were the only girls.
We were sitting on the balcony with the rest of the team and I was thinking, I can’t believe I am going to represent England and I just couldn’t believe it.
But I went in.
The team was really tight, there was a lot going on, we had to play at a really high level and we were just a bunch of kids trying to learn and grow as human beings.
I felt so proud when I saw the way they were celebrating that victory, they were going, “That’s the best day of our lives!”
It made me want to be even better than I was, to get that chance.
As I was playing, the pressure was on me to perform at the highest level.
I had to perform, but at the same time, there were moments when you were thinking, “If I don’t do well, I will never get back to that level”.
I had to think, “This is it”.
I could have been a bit cocky, but I had faith that I could come back to the level I had in my 20s and have a career and a life.
I was a bit of a bit weird kid.
I never wanted to be famous and I didn’t want to have anything to do with sport, which I felt was a selfish attitude.
When I started playing, I was really competitive.
I could just be really competitive and get into fights with everyone else.
But when I became a woman, I didn.
I just wanted to play the game and that’s what I did.
I didn, however, feel I had any sort of identity.
I had a family life, but you can’t have a family without sport, and you can never have a sporting career without the passion for the game.
When it comes to the sport, I think women have the same kind of drive, the same desire to be successful.
I think it is the same when it comes down to the women’s game.
I feel like women have it more than men.
There is so much pressure on women to be a good role model and to be someone that we can look up to, but women have a different perspective and have different values.
For me, I’m a big advocate of sports and I think that’s why I can get so passionate about it.
I think women are more mature when they are playing in the national team.
If they want to play football, they are going to go and play football in the UK, but for me, that was never the case.
I played with a lot more confidence than a lot the girls that I played against.
I remember how nervous I was in the first game, but then I was a world champion and the next game, it was amazing how relaxed I was and how relaxed the girls were.
I’m not going to lie, I thought I had the biggest battle in my career.
I knew that it was a tough job, but when I started doing it, I felt really, really confident.
The pressure I put on myself is very different to what they put on me.
It is a privilege to play with women who can give you a great deal of confidence.
I believe that if we all did our bit, we would all have a lot to be proud of.