Get to Know You - Angela Fimmano
It wasn’t the best of seasons for Adelaide United in the inaugural year of the Westfield W-League, finishing on the bottom of the table.
It wasn-t the best of seasons for Adelaide United in the inaugural year of the Westfield W-League, finishing on the bottom of the table.
For Angela Fimmano though it has provided her with the opportunity to play with and against the best women-s players in the country and helped her develop her game and provide a platform for representative honours.
Fimmano, who will turn 17 later this month, comes from a proud footballing background with uncle that once played for the Qantas Joeys, although she would like to go a few further and represent her country at senior level.
As a member of the Westfield Young Matildas she is heading in the right direction.
We find out a little more about Angela in our feature series called ‘Get to Know You-.
Favourite Current Player/s: Lionel Messi.
Favourite Current Team/s: Manchester United & Liverpool
What player Female/Male do you most admire and why: Lionel Messi because of his skill and passing ability with the ball.
What would your ultimate football experience be as a player: To play for the Westfield Matildas
Career Highlight to date: First cap for the Westfield Young Matildas in Malaysia
Most memorable match played in and why: First cap for the Westfield Young Matildas against Chinese Taipei.
Biggest Influence on career: My family
What got you into football: My brother
Describe the Westfield W-League: The greatest opportunity for women-s football in Australia to date.
Outside of football, what do you enjoy most: Hanging out with friends and family.
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