Potential Uganda Women’s national team player Natasha Shirazi says she is fitting into the life of a professional footballer during her current stay in Italy.
The Venezia forward in an exclusive conversation with the kick442.com team this week pointed out what has changed between playing in Turkey as it was in the past and now in Italy.
“Well the set up here is much more professional, also very hard but the body is getting used to it.”
“In Turkey I had more time to go out and do stuff I wanted. Here I feel like I’m a professional and it’s all about football,” The forward who scored her first goal for the club in their 2#0 win over Jesina last weekend told kick442.com.
She joined Venezia earlier in February, from Beskitas where she had spent six months.
Shirazi returns in action on Sunday with a cup game against Bologna.
Though blossoming at club level Shirazi is also a part of the Ugandan national team. She was part of the team that participated at the CECAFA Women Championship ,a trophy Uganda won last year.
Natasha has played for Maccabi Kishronot Hadera, B.93 Women (Denmark), Nordsjaelland (Denmark) and Rayo Vallecano in Spain.
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