The former Dutch international Liesbeth Migchelsen (49) has died
The 27 of may, 2020 09:43
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Ex-football player, Liesbeth Migchelsen on Tuesday, after a short illness, at the age of 49 passed away. They came up 95 times out of the Oranjevrouwen, and was for a long period of time to be the captain of the national team.
Migchelsen has played in clubs including SV Saestum, germany’s FFC Heike Rheine and to the right. In 2000, she became a champion with Saestum, and with Z, she won as the leader of the title in both 2008 and 2009.
The defender of Harderwijk, he made his debut in 1990 at the t-shirt of the Oranjevrouwen, which is seven times scored in its 95 national football team. They have never made a european CHAMPIONSHIP or a world cup with them.