Chelsea’s Zecira Musovic: ‘I fight for what I think is important and what I believe in’ | Suzanne Wrack

The Sweden goalkeeper talks about the long road to Chelsea, her admiration for her parents and speaking out on social media

Zecira Musovic first caught the eyes of Chelsea staff five years ago, in a 2-2 pre-season friendly between the Blues and the Swedish side Rosengård. In that game, the goalkeeper turned Karen Carney’s spot-kick on to the post early in the second half with the visiting team leading. The two sides would meet in the Champions League nine months later, in November 2017, giving Emma Hayes and her goalkeeping coach, Stuart Searle, another close look.

“We played a training game on astro somewhere, I don’t even know where it was,” remembers the Swede. “From what I have understood, that’s where the interest started from Chelsea’s side. They had been following me, without me actually knowing about it.”

Continue reading…The Sweden goalkeeper talks about the long road to Chelsea, her admiration for her parents and speaking out on social mediaZecira Musovic first caught the eyes of Chelsea staff five years ago, in a 2-2 pre-season friendly between the Blues and the Swedish side Rosengård. In that game, the goalkeeper turned Karen Carney’s spot-kick on to the post early in the second half with the visiting team leading. The two sides would meet in the Champions League nine months later, in November 2017, giving Emma Hayes and her goalkeeping coach, Stuart Searle, another close look.“We played a training game on astro somewhere, I don’t even know where it was,” remembers the Swede. “From what I have understood, that’s where the interest started from Chelsea’s side. They had been following me, without me actually knowing about it.” Continue reading…[#item_full_content]

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