Women's Team

Albion Women announce player departures

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Albion Women have confirmed the departure of eight players as they continue preparations for the 2023/24 campaign.

Shannon Stamps, Nat Murray, Evie Gallop, Sophie Tudor, Daisy Jenkins, Mackenzie Haydn-Jones and Rosie Embley have all left the Baggies this summer, while Charlotte Clarke exits following conclusion of her loan.

“On behalf of myself, Liam Wall and the rest of the coaching staff, past and present, I’d like to begin by saying a massive thank you to all of our departing players for their contribution to the football club,” said Head Coach Siobhan Hodgetts.

“Shannon was a great servant, being an RTC graduate and making more than 100 appearances. We want to thank her for her professional attitude over the years, she has a bright future ahead and I wish her all the best.

“Another long-serving player was Nat, who spent six years here and was part of the promotion-winning team in 2018/19. We really appreciate the commitment she showed during her time at the club.

Shannon Stamps described her time at the Albion as "an amazing 14 year journey"

“Evie’s a talented player, a great person on and off the pitch, and another who always displays a professional attitude. She was a leader in the group and we’ll miss her, but we hope she enjoys her travelling adventures.

“Then we have Sophie who, throughout her time at the club, was an excellent trainer and somebody that always set the standards. She’s passionate about the game and her own development, and I wish her luck in the future.

“Last but not least, a big thanks to Rosie, who was dedicated, creative and always one to give her all, as well as Charlotte, Kenzie and Daisy, who are all young goalkeepers with bags of talent and potential.

“We appreciate the contribution that each and every one of those players made, and they all leave with our best wishes moving forward.”

Everybody at the football club would like to join Siobhan in thanking the players for their efforts and wishing them the very best of luck in the future.