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Dzsenifer Marozsán will Join Olympique Lyonnais in June 2016
Dzsenifer Marozsán leaves 1. FFC Frankfurt to join Olympique Lyonnais this summer.
Dzsenifer Marozsán will leave 1. FFC Frankfurt after seven successful years on 30th June 2016 and will join the two-time Champions League winner and French champions Olympique Lyonnais. The 24-year-old Germany international moved 2009 at the age of 17 from 1. FC Saarbrücken on the Main. In jersey of 1. FFC Frankfurt, she appeared so far 122 times in the Women’s Bundesliga, 20 times in the DFB Cup and 21 times in the UEFA Women’s Champions League action, scoring 50 goals. her club success with 1. FFC Frankfurt winning the UEFA Women’s Champions League in 2015.
And in 2011 and 2014 they won the DFB Cup with 1. FFC Frankfurt. She debuted in the German women’s national team in 2010, for which she has played so far 59 times. Her biggest achievement in this period was winning the European Championship in Sweden 2013. In the Under-20 nation team 2010 World Champion and 2012 World runner-up. In addition to their team success was Dzsenifer Marozsán numerous personal awards.
She was selected the U-20 World Cup 2010 “Player of the Tournament”, she was chosen in the All-Star team of the European Championship in 2013 and finished in the choice to “UEFA Player of the Year 2015” in second place behind her teammate Celia Sasic.
FFC Frankfurt manager Siegfried Dietrich said:
“Dzseni came as a young player to 1. FFC Frankfurt and has developed in to a exceptional talented midfielder. Together we can now look back on an extremely successful time that was crowned last year by winning the Champions League. Although we would like to keep Dzseni, we can their motivation to adopt a new sporting challenge and personal understand, especially since Olympique Lyonnais with his women’s team in Europe is one of the best positioned in all areas clubs. Now we want the last three season games that will be Dzsenis last in FFC-shirt at the same time, more successful together make! Already now we thank her for her great commitment in their long time when 1. FFC Frankfurt and wish her all the best for the future! ”
Source courtesy of: ffc-frankfurt.de