Losa said: “I have been really impressed and motivated with the new board of directors of the Lionesses and their ambitious plans for the future and I can’t wait to start working for the club. In spite of the difficulties from last season the club has a clear strategy for the future and I am really honoured to be part of this project
“Millwall Lionesses is a club which presents a unique opportunity for girls, women and coaches to develop. We want to offer an inclusive project for all, to encourage and inspire girls and women for life. The Lionesses aim is to become the best club in London for the provision of sport and education opportunities for girls and women.
“We aim to develop young players to give them the opportunity to play for the first team. It is important that the Lionesses connect with the unique fan base and London community that is the Millwall family.”
“He will be a great addition to the project and will integrate very well in to the club’s philosophy and plans for the future.”
“I feel we can put together a young and hungry team that will represent the club’s values well and play entertaining football that spectators will enjoy.
“As a Londoner I would love to see us engage as much as possible with the wonderful fan base that Millwall FC has. It feels we are at the start of something new and special and I can’t wait to take the first session and start working for this fantastic club.”
Victoria Wootton is the latest player to leave the Lionesses, following Rianna Dean and Charlie Devlin moving to Tottenham and Manchester United respectively.
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