• Dodd with members of the Afghanistan National Women's Football Team (Instagram)Source: Instagram
In the last 12 months the visibility of women in football has increased but they want more
Ann Odong

30 Jun 2016 - 3:00 PM  UPDATED 30 Jun 2016 - 3:00 PM

FIFA Executive Committee member Moya Dodd has spent the past year asking women in football what they would like to see change within the game and the answers have been enlightening.  

Carli Lloyd, 2016 FIFA World Player of the Year

Camille Abily, France WNT midfielder

Sissi, Brazilian legend

Asako Takatura, Japan WNT head coach

Sandy Hunt, former WWC referee

Mercy Akide, Nigerian football legend

Susan Shalabi, Palestine AFC ExCo member

Carol Vinson, former Matildas captain

Laura Georges, France WNT defender

Emily Shaw, UEFA Women's Football Development Manager

Emilia Hinkkanen, AFC Head of Media

Asisat Oshoala, Nigeria WNT forward

Sun Wen, joint FIFA Women's Player of the Century

Tal Karp, former Matildas midfielder


Importantly, it wasn't just women who had hopes for women's football


Karl-Erik Nilsson, Sweden FA President



Masoud Shojaei, Iran MNT midfielder