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Kosovare Asllani was born on 29 July, 1989 in Kristianstad, Sweden, is a Swedish footballer. At 31 years old, Kosovare Asllani height is 5 ft 5 in (166.0 cm).
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|Kosovare Asllani Age||33 years old|
|Born||29 July 1989|
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Kosovare Asllani Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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After her departure from Linköpings FC, Asllani signs with CD Tacón/Real Madrid on 18 July 2019. Upon Real Madrid's purchase of their license, CD Tacón will operate as Real Madrid's women's team starting from 2020, making Asllani the first Galáctica.
In the 2019 World Cup, Asllani scored three goals to lead all Swedish players, including her team's first goal of the tournament in the 83rd minute of Sweden's opening match against Chile. After being stretchered off the pitch in the Semi-Final of that tournament, she returned for the third place match and tallied the first goal in a 2-1 victory over England.
On 10 August 2017, it was announced a two and a half year contract had been agreed for Asllani to return to Linköpings FC. She departed the club by mutual consent on 15 July 2019.
As of 2017, Asllani has made more than 90 appearances for her national team. She scored in the 5–1 win over Thailand at the 2019 Women's World Cup.
When Asllani had a month left on her contract with Kristianstads she was subject to a transfer bid from Paris Saint-Germain. Although the teams were in dispute over the size of the transfer fee, Asllani flew to Paris and signed a two-year contract in September 2012, after completing a medical. At PSG Asllani was presented to the media by sporting director Leonardo and player Zlatan Ibrahimović, who declared: "If you want to win you need a Swedish striker." Asllani scored 17 goals in her 19 appearances in the 2012–13 Division 1 Féminine, as PSG finished second in the table behind Lyon. On 4 January 2016, Asllani announced on her Instagram account that she had ended her contract with Paris Saint-Germain, where she had played for three-and-a-half years.
On 22 January 2016, English FA WSL club Manchester City revealed that they had signed Asllani to a two-year contract.
Asllani played for Sweden at the 2016 Summer Olympics, where the team won a silver medal. She only scored one goal during a penalty shootout against the United States in the quarterfinals, in which Sweden won the shootout 4-3 after being tied 1-1 during extra time.
Asllani was selected among the penalty takers in both the Quarter-Final and Semi-Final of the 2016 Rio Olympics, when drawn scores after extra time forced penalty kick shoot-outs to decide which side progressed. Though she made her kick in the Quarter-Final against the Americans, her attempt against Brazil in the Semi-Final was saved by Bárbara. Despite the miss, Sweden won the shootout, progressing to the Final where they took home the Silver Medal.
Kosovare Asllani has appeared in two FIFA Women's World Cups: Canada 2015, and France 2019. She has also been on the Sweden squad for two Olympic tournaments, in London 2012 and Rio 2016.
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W – match was won L – match was lost to opponent D – match was drawn (W) – penalty-shoot-out was won after a drawn match (L) – penalty-shoot-out was lost after a drawn match
Dennerby recalled Asllani to the national squad for the 2012 London Olympics.
In December 2011, she moved back to her hometown Kristianstad to play with Kristianstads DFF who had finished seventh in the previous year's Damallsvenskan.
Asllani began her club career with Vimmerby IF and has played in the Damallsvenskan for Linköpings FC and hometown club Kristianstads DFF. In the 2010 season she played in the United States, with Chicago Red Stars of Women's Professional Soccer (WPS). She returned to Sweden to Kristianstads, before moving to Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and then back to Linköping.
During Asllani's first season, she generally came off the substitutes' bench early in the games to help her settle into the Damallsvenskan. During the following season, Asllani established herself as a regular starter and was an increasingly valuable member of the squad. In 2009, she helped Linköping win both the Svenska Cupen and the club's first ever Damallsvenskan title. On 4 December 2009 American Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) club Chicago Red Stars confirmed that they had signed Asllani from Linköpings FC.
Kosovare Asllani has competed in three European Championship tournaments: Finland 2009, Sweden 2013, and The Netherlands 2017.
In September 2008 Asllani made her debut for the Swedish national team against Romania, and in 2009 she was called up to represent Sweden in UEFA Women's Euro 2009. Asllani was an important member of the national team during the qualification rounds of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup but coach Thomas Dennerby controversially did not select her in the squad sent to Germany for the finals. Football pundits, including Pia Sundhage, the Swedish coach of the United States national team, expressed surprise at Asllani's omission.
Asllani is of Kosovar-Albanian descent, born in Kristianstad to Kosovar parents who had migrated to Sweden. Asllani grew up playing both football and ice hockey, but chose to focus her talents on football. At the age of 15, Asllani started her career at second division team Vimmerby IF. During her time at Vimmerby, she scored 49 goals in 48 matches, establishing herself as a football prodigy. Former coach Cecilia Wilhelmsson praised Asllani's football technique and fitness. After receiving offers from many clubs, Asllani accepted a move to Damallsvenskan team Linköpings FC in 2007, where she made quick progress.
Kosovare Asllani (born 29 July 1989) is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for Spanish Primera División club CD Tacón and the Sweden women's national team. Nicknamed "Kosse", Asllani is a proficient striker, possessing great speed and technique in her game. Her playing abilities and Balkan heritage have drawn comparisons with Zlatan Ibrahimović, who captained the Sweden men's national team.