Creating a Strong Family Bond: Scotland Faces Challenges Ahead


Pedro Martinez-Losa is aiming to create a cohesive unit and environment amongst the Scotland national women’s football team as they face two upcoming teams in the friendly test against Australia and Costa Rica. New players such as Chelsea Cornet from Rangers and 17-year-old Emma Watson are some of the new faces that have earned their first call-ups to the squad. Martinez-Losa believes that the key to success is to “become a family” and work together as a team. He notes that, in a short period of time, they are already coming together and all share a common goal, one of which is to take on and compete against the 10th-ranked Australian team who, according to the eyes of the manager, will play in the World Cup with experienced players.

Rangers Football Club is a professional football club based in Glasgow, Scotland. Established in 1872, it is the third-oldest professional football club in the world, and plays in the Scottish Premiership. Rangers is considered one of the most popular football clubs in the world, having supported over 140 million fans worldwide. The club also has a fierce rivalry with fellow Scottish side Celtic.

Pedro Martinez-Losa is a prominent figure in the world of women’s football. He established himself as a manager at the turn of the millennium, leading teams to promotions and success for 15 years. He made his debut with the Scotland Women’s National Team in 2017 and has since led them to important games, the stadium of which was packed with enthusiastic fans after the men’s team had defeated Spain in a dramatic match at Hampden. Martinez-Losa is looking to build on this success of the national team with yet another victory. He acknowledges the great atmosphere created at Hampden and hopes that his squad can match it.