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Scouting Maya Le Tissier, the English teen who aims to better than Lucy Bronze

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At just 18 years of age, Maya Le Tissier is already a regular for Brighton and Hove Albion, a team on the rise in the FA Women’s Super League. Having broken into the squad last season, she has started every single one of her team’s 17 games this campaign, showing great potential, not to mention versatility.

Initially given minutes in attacking roles, Le Tissier first established herself at center back before being converted to the right fullback position last summer. She has adapted well to the new position, with her manager Hope Powell highlighting her athleticism and fitness levels. Now, the question revolves around just how much potential she has.

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