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World CUP-wallenberg, to lift the Swedish women's football

The damallsvenska upptaktsträffen at Norra Latin in Stockholm, had hardly had time to pull the trigger before Football Lady announced a heavy news. The former

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World CUP-wallenberg, to lift the Swedish women's football

The damallsvenska upptaktsträffen at Norra Latin in Stockholm, had hardly had time to pull the trigger before Football Lady announced a heavy news.

The former Bayern Munich and Barcelonaspelaren Patrik Andersson takes place in the intresseorganisationens, which, along with the clubs in allsvenskan and elitettan driver issues in order to develop enthusiasm for the game on the women's side – board.

" I think it's important to take responsibility. I myself have had the opportunity to live out my dreams, in this role I will be with and create the conditions that more girls have the opportunity to reach their goals, " says Andersson to the TT.

He continues:

– It is about sharing the experience and the contacts that I have built up through the years. We will represent our clubs in the best way. One must not forget that our mission is to represent the associations, we'll be sure to optimize their conditions to operate the business.

the boards then in the past.

I sat in the LDB Malmö's board of directors in 2010 and 2011. Then, I worked with both sporting issues and market issues. Now it's about to contribute on the basis of the issues clubs have, and to solve them to the best of ability.

the 47-year-old Andersson, who ended the active career of 2005, has seen how the foreign club has taken over the baton and pushed the football on the women's side, forward. Now, he hopes that the Swedish law should be hanging on in the development.

– In Sweden, we need to identify our platform and where we are in the food chain. We need to create more resources so that we can create better conditions. How can clubs create attractive offers so that the girls choose a Swedish club instead of a foreign?

Read more: Asllani no investments in damallsvenskan: ”Sweden is falling behind.”

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