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Love to lead Scotland in friendlies
 Women's Football Scotland International News - 19 Jan 2018
There's not much Jo Love hasn't done in her 182 caps for Scotland but in their opening match of 2018, she will pull on the captain's armband for the first time.
Making her debut in 2002 against Canada as a 16-year-old, the girl from Kilbirnie couldn't have predicated what else was to come her way.
Juggling a full time job during her time playing for the national team, Love has been an integral part of the national team and will now captain her country, taking over from the injured Rachel Corsie for two games against Norway and Russia.
"Being called ‘Captain' is bizarre but it's music to my ears and such a privilege," Love said. "It's one of my proudest moments of my footballing career and I really appreciate the position I'm in at the moment.
"Becoming captain is not something I've obsessed myself over but whenever I come away with the squad I look to be as big a part of the team as possible.
"First and foremost I'm here as a team mate and a friend of the girls. If they look up to me then that is nice as well and I'm always happy to give advice when asked."
Currently employed as a Consumer Protection Analyst for Glasgow Scientific Services, Love is in La Manga for the first of two winter training camps as preparation for the next two World Cup qualifiers against Switzerland and Poland hots up.
The 32-year-old is the former teammate of head coach Shelley Kerr who was delighted to name Love as her skipper for the upcoming two games.
Kerr said: "Jo was just a fresh faced teenager when she broke into the squad and it's a credit to her and her work ethic that she is still able to perform to such a high level consistently.
"She's developed well over the years and one thing that epitomises her is that she is one of the players who has had to juggle a full-time job as well as play at a high level.
"To do that and consistently play well is really inspiring."

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