Total Player 2023 by Alexia Kammenou

December 13, 2023

Alexia Kammenou currently serves as the head coach of the Greek women’s national team and returns to vote as an expert juror for the first time since 2019.

Kammenou, an accomplished player, embarked on her coaching journey at her former club Vouliagmeni, achieving significant success with back-to-back Champions League titles in 2009 and 2010.

Following Greece’s failure to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games, Kammenou took the reins of the national team. Under her guidance, the Greeks secured a surprising but well-deserved silver medal at the 2022 European Championships in Split.

Here are Kammenou’s votes for 2023:





+1 Pt | Elena Ruiz (ESP)

Spain National Team Player. Club: Sant Andreu. Position: Driver

Showing improvement every year as a player, despite being very young, she handles the responsibilities assigned to her well, especially scoring in critical moments.
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+2 Pts | Simone Van de Kraats (NED)

Netherlands National Team Player. Club: Mataro. Position: Right-Wing

A very fast left-handed player with a great ability to shoot, she also contributes to setting a quick rhythm for her team's attacking performance.

+3 Pts | Tilly Kearns (AUS)

Australia National Team Player. Club: USC. Position: Centre-Forward/h4> A fast centre with endurance and self-confidence, she transformed her team's offensive game upon her return to the Aussies.


+4 Pts | Bea Ortiz (ESP)

Spain National Team Player. Club: Sabadell. Position: Driver

Her personality and experience are consistently vital in her team's games. She excels as a defender but also takes on the responsibility in offence when needed. She is a faultless player.

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+5 Pts | Brigitte Sleeking (NED)

Netherlands National Team Player. Clubs: Vouliagmeni. Position: Winger

An all-around player with abilities in both offence, including shooting and passing, and valuable skills in defence. She delivered a consistently steady performance in the World Championship.