She set the move into motion after her first season with the Houston Dash.
“I’ve got to credit Randy Waldrum because I had a conversation with him at the end of the first season that I was here, and I kind of told him, ‘you know I’ll be here for another year but, to be honest my dream has always been to play in Champions League’,” said Mc Leod.
“Obviously, making qualifiers a priority and being here, it being kind of tricky outside of FIFA dates.
So, in order to make sure that I wasn’t hurting the club, I had to make this commitment and work out all the little details.” Mc Leod has long had a dream to play in Champions League, moving to play in Sweden allows her to realize that.
I have now reached the point where the demand for additional training sessions, coaching, competitions and assessment costs are at the point where it is very financially demanding.