'She's a sister' - Lotte Wubben-Moy opens up on 'intimate' relationship with Arsenal and England team-mate Alessia Russo. - sportupdate
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‘She’s a sister’ – Lotte Wubben-Moy opens up on ‘intimate’ relationship with Arsenal and England team-mate Alessia Russo.



Lotte Wubben-Moy discusses her ‘intimate’ relationship with an England and Arsenal teammate, stating, ‘She’s a sibling.’ Alessia Russo was born.As Alessi Russo discussed her “close” friendship with her Arsenal and England teammate, Lotte Wubben-Moy referred to her as “a sister.”


Prior to the 2023-24 WSL season, Russo joined Arsenal on a free transfer. In ten WSL appearances, she has established herself as an indispensable member of Jonas Eidevall’s squad with four goals and two assists. In addition to striking accurate pitches, she has successfully forged strong alliances with her new teammates. This encompasses Wubben-Moy, with whom she formerly shared a residence and played during their respective years at the University of North Carolina.STATED BY WUBBEN-MOY

Wubben-Moy told the club’s media: “Viv [Miedema] is currently a member of my family. My parents treat Viv as if she were one of their own children, and both my sister and my companion adore her, which is truly unique. Likewise, Less considers me to be her sister.”THE MUCH LARGER IMAGE

According to Wubben-Moy, the Arenal squad’s exceptional camaraderie has contributed to their success on the field. She maintained that the players’ ability to perform at their highest level on the field is facilitated by the familial bond that exists among them.


“There aren’t many moments in life where you can look at work and look at your private life and see how connected they are,” according to her.


“It appears that this is the case in women’s football, specifically at Arsenal, when instances occur that transcend the realm of professionalism and unite us so closely.” “On the football field, we compete so vigorously that it is difficult to maintain such close relationships with others.”We invest so much emotion into our performances that it forges such a strong bond when that emotion is shared with others. These are enduring alliances that will persist long after all of us cease participating, which serves as evidence of our collective strength.”THEN WHAT?

Everton will put Arsenal’s team ethos to the test in the WSL on Saturday. Presently positioned third in the league standings, they are in close proximity to surpassing league leaders Chelsea as the gap between the two teams is only three points.