16 April 2012
See how Aroon Clansey got on with your questions -
Camilla Spry ‘How’s the transition from NZ to England going?
AROON ‘Hi Camilia the transition has been easy as’
Liverpool Fans ‘Hello, I am a boy who is almost 16. I really am into football and want to become a football manager so what do I do?
AROON ‘I would say for you it would be about doing all of the coaching badges there are available to do and get involved in coaching football as much as possible’
Stephen Mawby ‘Being a goalie is sometimes a thankless job, what made you want to be a goalie?’
AROON ‘To be honest I never grew up wanting to be a keeper it just happened’
Sara Davies ‘ Not really a question but hope ya get picked for the Olympics as I’ve tickets for a few games so hopefully will get to watch you play’
Theo Sembiring ‘Does the way football is played in England differ to the way its played in New Zealand?’
AROON ‘Hi Theo the standard I would say is better over here because as New Zealand is a small country there is obviously a very small talent pool. I would say the difference over here is that the girls are all technically very good’
Dean Stanley James Ball ‘Who was your inspiration in becoming a footballer and was the GK position the only position you’ve played (that two but I’m cheeky)’
AROON 'Because my father is English and loves football himself, I guess this is what lead me to playing football because of his passion for the game. I used to play on the outfield until I was 14 years old and then I became a kepper. Thanks for your questions’
Lindsey Rebecca Best ‘What made you make the decision to try out football here in the UK, and did you play any other sports?’
AROON ‘Lindsey Rebecca Best – I decided to come over to the UK as the WSL is a great League to be playing in and the quality is really good. Playing against some of the best English players is going to be a great challenge for me. When I was at school I played tennis, golf, cricket J Thanks for your questions’
Kevin Harvey ‘What are your hopes and ambitions for the new season?’
AROON ‘Hi Kevin I really hope that the team does better than last season and gets results. And I hope that I can be part of that and help out as much as I can’
Ellen Shea ‘What was the main reason your become a goalie’
AROON ‘To be honest its just kind of happened! I was mucking around in goal before training started with my club team in New Zealand and the coach realized I was better than the lad we had and it just happened from there’
Mark Richards ‘With all the money the men’s first team make, even the so call fringe players earn £1000s per week. Isn’t is about time the men sponsored the likes of yourselves?’
AROON ‘This is a great question! Obviously the money is men’s football is huge! And there is a difference is terms of making money. It would be great to get the men’s players involved more in the women’s game just to raise the profile’
Shekicks.net ‘Football speak must be a little different all over the world. What do your shout that your teamies find funny and what do they say on the field / training ground that cracks you up?
AROON ‘Thanks for the question! I think in terms of football terminology I think most things are the same especially when communication with your defenders being goal keeper. I guess the girls who have the think scouse accent are the hardest to understand because they speak so fast!