BY LUCAS BALL
Megan Wynne has announced she is leaving Millwall.
The Welsh international, has spent just over two years with the Lionesses and was voted their player of the season in the last campaign.
Winger Wynne broke the news of her departure on Twitter. She tweeted: “After an amazing 3 seasons at Millwall, my time has come to an end. What we achieved in a short space of time will never be forgotten & it was a privilege to play with such talented players & staff. It was a pleasure to wear the shirt & the club will always be special to me.”
After an amazing 3 seasons at Millwall, my time has come to an end. What we achieved in a short space of time will never be forgotten & it was a privilege to play with such talented players & staff. It was a pleasure to wear the shirt & the club will always be special to me 🦁💙 pic.twitter.com/StUcx7s3oU
— Megan Rose Wynne (@MegsWynne) July 5, 2018
Leigh Anne-Robe and Ashlee Hincks have left for Liverpool and Crystal Palace respectively while boss Lee Burch has been appointed by Yeovil Town Ladies.
Assistant Lauren Phillips has also stepped down.
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