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Janice Cayman still sees progressiemarge with Red Flames: “All noses are in the same direction”

Janice Cayman still sees progressiemarge with Red Flames: “All noses are in the same direction”

13 January 2019 20:16 pm

The Red Flames depart Monday for an internship at the Spanish Pinatar, where you will find friendly matches against Spain and Ireland are on the programme. The Belgian women football want to be on the winter training a winning mentality develop. “We want to aim higher”, took forward Janice Cayman the Sunday along at the first experience in Tubize.

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“We started 2019 with a clean slate. It is a new beginning. The coach wants that in future we are more ambitious. These are on herfststage in november discussion. That was good, so now all noses in the same direction. We need to have fun on the site, but at the same time, we must now also higher dare to aim high”, says the withdrawing Golden Shoe.

The Red Flames remain after the switch-off against Switzerland in the barrages for the world cup, however, left with a bitter aftertaste. “But we can do nothing more to change. We need to learn from that for the future, and make progress. We did that already in many areas, but there is still progressiemargie in this group,” says Cayman.

The next sporting goal is the qualification for the european CHAMPIONSHIPS in 2021, which in England takes place. In the preparation on which preliminary rounds take the Flames in February for the fourth time participated in the Cyprus Cup, where they last year fifth. A month later, Cayman and co to Los Angeles for a oefenstage. The highlight is on april 7th, a friendly match with some mates against the American wereldkampioenes. “Here we are tremendously looking forward to it. I’m curious to see our level against the number one in women’s football,” said the player of Montpellier.

Wednesday is the Golden Shoe for the third time, the mention of a female footballer. Last year the prize went to Cayman. “Tessa Wullaert (winner of the first edition) is, again, the pronounced favorite, but we’ll see. I am already very proud that I was on the hall of fame sta. It is good for women’s football that there is now also a Golden Shoe to us is given.”

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