Miskel, being an American, was willing to offer some words but I don't think Edvardsdottir actually said anything apart from spelling her name. I don't blame her to be honest as I would be a bit tongue-tied on her situation. Both Icelandic players looked most relieved when the press conference was drawn to a conclusion and they could head out to the sunshine and await the rest of the team for some training. The weather was perfect for training with just the usual breeze, due to Petershill Park's position on top of a hill, to make sure there was no overheating as the women warmed up. Both Edvardsdottir and Miskel looked a lot more relaxed as they were put through their paces by Borgthorsson and his colleagues on the coaching staff.Club manager Laura Montgomery also looked a lot more relaxed after another item on her never ending list of things to be done around the game could be ticked off. She told me she had not slept for about a fortnight as she kept her finger on the pulse to ensure UEFA regulations were adhered to and her women were only having to concentrate on the game. On parting I said I hoped she enjoys the game tomorrow but I somehow very much doubt enjoy will be one of the emotions Laura suffers during the 90 minutes tomorrow night.