Vicky, how do you feel about officially joining Albion?
I’m very excited. I’ve met the coach and staff and it feels like family – I’m ready!
What attracted you to the project we’re building here?
I think that women’s football is growing and that Brighton have a very good project that they want to grow every day. The fact that [head coach] Mel Phillips wanted me is a huge thing, and I think I can bring a lot of experience to the team and help the young players.
Vicky Losada has previous WSL experience with Manchester City and Arsenal.
You are returning to the WSL, how excited are you to be a part of this incredibly competitive league again?
I love the WSL so I’m really happy to be back here now after playing in Italy and Spain. I think the investment in English football is massive and the WSL is the best league in the world.
How would you describe your mentality as a player?
I am very competitive and hardworking. For me, the team comes first, so I always put the team before the player. I think it’s important that you want to create a good environment that can achieve good things in the future.
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You are a very experienced player with a lot of knowledge of the game, is that something you want to implement within this team?
I think it’s very important, especially with young players. I know there are other experienced players coming into the squad and I think this combination is perfect to create something really good.
What are your key goals that you want to achieve? Albion?
I think the goal right now is to be in the top five in the league and personally I want to contribute a lot on and off the pitch.
Source: Meet Vicky Losada