18 PSG Feminine players called for international duty
By Hidayah Ali
It's break time for Paris Saint-Germain Feminine, as the girls head for international duty with their countries. As we know, these games will be critical as the players are getting ready to prepare for the upcoming Women's World Cup, which is set to take place during the summer in Australia and New Zealand.
The PSG official website has released the schedule for the upcoming games with which players will be involved.
So let us dive in and see which of the PSG Feminine players have been called up and with which nations.
France: Sakina Karchaoui, Grace Geyero, Constance Picaud, Elisa De Almeida, Oriane Jean-Francois, Laurina Frazer, Sandy Baltimore
Sweden: Amanda Ilestedt
China: Li Mengwen
Canada: Ashley Lawrence
Czech Republic: Barbora Votikova
Switzerland: Ramona Bachmann
Netherlands: Lieke Martens
Denmark; Amelie Vangsgaard
Austria : Marina Georgieva
On top of the senior internationals, Manssita Traore has been called up for the French U23, while Elimbi Gilbert Tara and Benera Baby Jordy will join France's U19 side.
When will the international break start and end?
An extraordinary total of 18 players will be contributing in the coming games, which is a reasonable number as we can see the girls have had a successful season so far, with their countries' managers seeing their hard work.
It's not that crazy to think that at least one PSG player can end up lifting the upcoming World Cup at the end of August, but for now, just focusing on the upcoming fixtures will suffice.
The break has officially already begun, with different games kicking off on Thursday, Apr. 6th, and more matchups scheduled through Apr. 11th.
And as for the return of club football, that will happen on Apr. 15th when Paris visit Guingamp on the road one day later, on Apr. 16th for another first-division matchup.