India-Paige relay on behalf of New Zealand
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PSV strengthened itself through Indiah-Paige Riley. The 21-year-old attacker, who played heavily with New Zealand at the World Cup this summer, has signed a contract at Eindhoven until mid-2025.
“I’m excited to be here,” Riley said in his first interview PSV TV. “I’m really excited and can’t wait to get started. I’ve already met the other girls and received them very warmly. I can’t wait to be on the field with them,” says the striker.
Riley notes that the facilities at PSV are top-notch: “I hope to be able to use them soon. PSV has a young team and they want to start. We want to bring PSV up and I’m happy to be a part of it. It could be.”
The New Zealander chatted with PSV women’s football manager Sandra Doreligers and coach Roland den Berg. “About the philosophy and the way they want to play. I want to be part of the attacking game. There was also interest from teams from Sweden and America, but PSV is the best fit for me.”
Riley describes himself as a creative player. “I want to get the ball, one-on-one and create chances for my teammates. And score. I want to keep improving. After a good World Cup with New Zealand, I want to keep improving. And improve in every area.”
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