The mature Chloe Logarzo is revitalized and prepared for a huge football 2018–19

Despite being 23, Chloe Logarzo gives the impression of being much older than she actually is.

The midfielder has already scored spectacular goals for his club and country, and just last week, he renewed his contract with Sydney FC of the W-League.

She joined Caitlin Foord, Alanna Kennedy, Amy Sayer, Amy Harrison, Lisa de Vanna, and the other five Matildas in renewing their commitment to the Sky Blues.

It’s an amazing list, and with midfielder Logarzo’s calm demeanor and 29 international caps, it suddenly becomes a strong squad.

More so since this time, after a winter without club football, Logarzo will enter the new W-League football season in October fresh.

She has chosen to stay in Australia to spend some precious time with family and friends rather than move abroad to perform.

And the timing couldn’t be better with Alen Stajcic’s Matildas facing a monumental nine months.

Regarding spending time with my family and her boyfriend, she hasn’t spent a lot of time at home.

Chloe may only remain home and take a brief mental break during this period before the World Cup.

The opportunity for the Matildas to realize their swift climb, both in the rankings and in the hearts and minds of Australian football fans, exists at the World Cup in France in June.

They will practice against powerful France and England before hosting Chile, who is now rated ninth in the world, at home in New South Wales.

And in 2019, Logarzo will need to draw on all the knowledge she has amassed so rapidly and while still so young.