nőifutball.com reported that two players playing in Hungary, in the women’s minor league, were also nominated in the poll to be crowned the best player in the Caribbean region that belongs to the CONCACAF region.
Haladás Viktória’s Marlo Sweetman is the attacking midfielder, while Tiffany Cameron (ETO FC Győr) might be the best in the area between the wings.
Cameron was born in Canada, but of Jamaican origin, and moved to Ferencváros from Stabaek, Norway, in 2020. With the green and white of the capital, he won the championship and the cup in the 2020/2021 season, and in addition to the five goals he scored in 17 matches, he presented a balanced and confident match. However, he could not refuse to rebuild Győri’s team and signed a two-year contract with ETO after the tournament. In his first year, remembering his old self, he scored 13 goals and played an important role in winning the silver medal and then in the first team’s cup success.
Meanwhile, the Győr team, which is preparing for the spring season, played its second preparatory match.
The women hosted the third place in the Czech top flight, the BL core team, 1. FC Slovacko, and after a goalless first half, they secured a 1-1 draw.
The Czechs almost took the lead after the turn, and after several chances from Győr, Eto’o equalized in the 84th minute through Petra Coxan.
The newly approved Raba striker made his debut with a hat-trick against Moll-Fairfar in the first warm-up game, so it looks like the silver medalist and cup-winner from Gyor has managed to strengthen his squad with a truly goal-scoring striker.
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