LTL Podcast Ep. 87 - Leading The Line Meets Fiona Brown
Leading the Line
In the latest meets podcast Chris is joined by Scotland international and FC Rosengård attacker Fiona Brown to discuss her path from Dunblane to the Damallsvenskan and everything in between. Including coming through at Celtic and success at Glasgow City to coming back from not just one but three ACL injuries and to her current life in Sweden where she has lived for the last five years.Twitter: @LeadingtheLinewebsite: www.leadingtheline.com
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Out of the Box With Christine: The Podcast For Conscious Entrepreneurs
Fiona Brown is a professionally trained and experienced Personal Leadership and Executive Coach, Amazon best-selling author, NLP and Matrix Therapies Master Practitioner, Conscious Hypnotherapist, Registered Nurse, and Reiki Master. In this episode of Out of The Box With Christine we talk about How To Navigate Change and Live Our Best Life By Communicating From Our Heart. We also share ideas on how you can guide your life to be of service to others and make the world a better place.For more info on Fiona Brown visit http://www.YouTopiaWellbeing.com.au For more info on this podcast visit http://www.OutofTheBoxWithChristine.comFor more info on Christine or to book a consultation for coaching visit http://www.ChristineBlosdale.com#podcast #personaldevelopment #wellness #fionabrown
Episode #12 - Fiona Brown Talks Life as a Professional Footballer, Experience of Playing at a World Cup, Women’s Football, Paving a New Path & Life After Football
No Right Path
In Episode #12 We speak with professional footballer Fiona Brown; currently playing for FC Rosengard in Sweden. Fiona has represented her country in both the European Championships & was part of the first ever Scotland Women's National squad to play at a World Cup Finals (France 2019). We get a great insight into the day to day life as a professional footballer & get a unique behind the scenes preview of what its like to play at a World Cup & in the Champions league. We discuss Fiona's career & some of the difficulties trying to make it as a professional in the women's game. Fiona has had some great highs & also horrible lows in the game that she loves so much, but admits she truly is living the dream. We had a really great chat with Fiona and it was extremely interesting to get her perspective on the profound changes that she has experienced in the women’s game throughout her career. Fiona like many of her peers paved a new path in the sport particularly in Scotland, she credits the effort of those who have worked so relentlessly before her to get the sport where it is today. We believe Fiona's story will inspire many to pursue their dreams even if it does not yet seem like a reality. Below are some times & topics from our discussion with Fiona;0- 11 min Introduction to Fiona / Dreams as a young Girl / Going to Uni11-18 min Playing Champions League football / National Team Call Up 19-26 min Dealing with Injuries / Moving to Sweden 27- 37 min Life as a Professional Footballer 38- 48 min World Cup Experience / Next Moves & looking Ahead49- 59 min The Women's Game / Life After Football We hope you enjoy the podcast. Follow Fiona on Instagram @fionabrown31If you want to keep up with more No Right Path content check out our social media:InstagramLinkedInTwitterFacebook
We are back for season 03 in what was possibly the shortest break ever. HUMBLE > A word used throughout this podcast. Keep it in mind as you listen. There was no better was to kick off the new season that to have a chat with Scotland International & F.C Rosengård Attacker, Fiona Brown. I've know Fiona for quite some time and have admired her as not only a footballer but as a person. Her journey started out as a kid kicking a ball around at Stenhousemuir in their community sessions before moving on to her beloved Celtic. She speaks admirably about the team she joined at Celtic, the friends she made and the desire to get better every session. She also speaks about her coaches at the time Paul Brownlie & Tina Ferguson who are still friends to this day. At the age of 15 Fiona made her debut for Celtic, an age in which she agrees was maybe too young at the time but enjoyed it. A few years down the line she would move to Champions, Glasgow City. At City, Fiona was unplayable. Pace, Power, Goals, Assists, Enjoyment, A Threat, Trophies, Injuries & Champions League. Thats the short of her time with Glasgow City. After returning from a torn ACL, the season after Fiona moved to Sweden with Eskiltuna before moving to F.C Rosengård where she has just returned from another knee injury. We talk set backs & Injuries as well as advice she would give to her younger self. Her answer blew me away. We of course talk about Scotland and her pride of pulling on that jersey. Stay Safe Take Care Bye Now
There we go:Ep.14: Next up in the #BTG ‘virtual studio’ is Miss Fiona Brown. She takes us on a journey through her career so far, with an insight into life abroad, learning from the legends in the game and the highs and lows of injuries. Expect some hilarious tales of:-Svenska Cupen;-“Seger the rascal”;-Swearing at the new team sponsors;-Flying the Henrik Larsson flag!Maybe our favourite yet!
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who play outside of the UK. Coming through Stenhousemuir, Celtic and winning silverware with Glasgow City before moving to play professionally in Sweden with Eskilstuna United and currently FC Rosengard. We talk to Fiona about her early career, the influences and injuries along the way and being part of the first Scotland squad to play at a World Cup in over 20 years.