AC Milan Women’s new recruit Kamila Dubcova has expressed her delight at signing for the club given she is a boyhood Rossoneri fan, and also spoke about playing alongside her sister.
Via a statement on their official website last week Milan confirmed that both Kamila and Michaela Dubcová have signed for the Rossonere, thus continuing the overhaul that is taking place this summer ahead of a very important 2022-23 campaign.
Kamila is a midfielder who has spent the last three seasons with Sassuolo, while her sister Michaela played her football at FC Slovácko from 2020 to 2022. Both players, who have international experience with the Czech national team, and signed a deal with Milan until June 2024.
Interviewed exclusively by the editorial staff of SempreMilan.it, Kamila Dubcova answered the questions of our correspondent live from the Livigno preseason retreat.
When did you find out about the possibility of joining Milan and what were your first impressions?
“I was very happy to come here. I wanted to change something after years at Sassuolo, I was looking for a new experience and I’m happy. When I was little I always cheered on the Milan men’s team, so I am very happy.”
Are you happy to join with your sister Michaela?
“Very, it has been years since we played together again. Now we are back to living under the same roof and working side by side. I hope to be able to play with her on the pitch also in some matches.”
What role do you feel you play best in?
“The whole midfield, I like to spread out.”
Have you already received advice from Ganz?
“In the first few days we focused on the game phase, now also a little bit of work without the ball and the way we are going to press the opponents.”
Which players you are inspired by?
“Ronaldinho is a player I’ve always been inspired by. As for a female, I would say the Dutch footballer Jackie Groenen.”
Do you have a personal target for this season?
“I want to help the team, win games and make several goals and assists. I would like to win the Scudetto this year and next year to be able to play in the Champions League with this team.”
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