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City sign Gemma Bonner

NEW RECRUIT: Defender Gemma Bonner signs for City

City have continued to strengthen with the signing of England defender Gemma Bonner.

The centre-back becomes Nick Cushing’s third signing of the summer...

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Signing gallery: Gemma Bonner

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City duo win Women's FA Awards

CITY DUO:  Jill Scott and Georgia Stanway.

Manchester City duo Georgia Stanway and Jill Scott were successful at the Women’s FA Awards in London.

Stanway’s goal against Chelsea back in February was named the FAWSL 1’s Goal of the Season, while Scott was crowned joint Players’ Player of the Year alongside Ann-Katrin Berger.

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Signing gallery: Caroline Weir

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Caroline Weir signs for City

WELCOME: Caroline Weir.

Manchester City are delighted to announce Caroline Weir as our second signing of the summer.

The midfielder joins from Liverpool Ladies on a two-year-deal, having netted six goals over the course of the 2017/18 season.

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City sign Lauren Hemp

NEW RECRUIT: Lauren Hemp joins the ranks

City are delighted to announce the signing of PFA Women’s Young Player of the Year Lauren Hemp.

The striker joins the Club from Bristol City, having bagged nine goals in an impressive 2017/18 campaign – including a stunning Goal of the Season contender against Arsenal.

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Jane Ross and Tessel Middag depart

DEPARTURE: Jane Ross and Tessel Middag have left the Club

Manchester City can confirm Jane Ross and Tessel Middag have left the Club.

The pair clocked up 84 City appearances between them, having helped Nick Cushing’s side to three domestic trophies and two Champions League semi-finals.

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Women's Super League restructure: Key information

ELATION: The team congratulate Claire Emslie on her wonderful strike against her former Club

City will face new opposition in the 2018/19 FA Women’s Super League campaign.

West Ham Ladies have been granted a licence to play in the full-time top flight, which will host 11 teams in a 20-game season.

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