Five more caps for the Birmingham youngster in 2011.
10.08.87Debut and Year
Iceland 2009Overall Record
Caps 14 Goals 0Record in 2011
Caps 5 Goals 0
Dunia Susi earned five England caps in 2011 and was included in Hope Powell's 21-player World Cup squad in the summer.
The Birmingham youngster is a prime example of England's Development teams producing the next generation of talent, as she had appeared a number of times for the U19s and Under-23s before her senior team debut, against Iceland in 2009.
Primarily a right-sided midfielder with her club, Susi is often employed at right-back for England and it was in this position she featured in each of her five appearances, starting against Italy in the Cyprus Cup.
Susi was one of only three players to play in all four Cyprus Cup matches, the other two being Casey Stoney and Alex Scott, and the 24-year-old enjoyed lengthy game-time against Scotland, Canada and South Korea.
Susi's pace and versatility earned her a place in England's World Cup squad and although she was never called upon by Powell, she will have no doubt gained a lot from the experience.
Her final appearance of the year came in the opening Euro 2013 qualifier against Serbia, which England drew 2-2.
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