Millwall Lionesses retain 14 players from last season’s squad

BY JOSHUA BUTNING

Millwall Lionesses have announced their retained list ahead of the 2020-21 campaign.

The Lions have retained 14 players from last year’s signed players.

Kelly Webster, Elissa Stone Brook, Jansu Mentesh, Millie Connell, Katie Klosinski, Daniella Correa Colorado, Sian Fitzpatrick, Samantha Middleton, Kaitlyn Lewis, Libby Stubbs, Alyssa Miranda, Shannan Drewe, Olivia Gregory and Molly Hawkins have all committed their future to the club.

New manager Katie Whitmore told the club website: “I believe each of the girls earned the opportunity to play for us again this season due to their commitment and loyalty shown over the last campaign. It’s a strong squad for this level and I’m excited to get started with them.”

Head of recruitment Nick Farrell added: “Our trials have gone extremely well and we have definitely seen some players that will add quality to this squad. It’s exciting times to sign for Millwall Lionesses and we can’t wait to be back playing competitive football soon.”

Goalkeeper Webster was delighted to extend her stay in South London.

She said: “I am proud and honoured to say I am staying at Millwall Lionesses for another season. I love this club with all my heart. Shows the bond we all have together.”


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