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Roebuck pens contract extension

NEW DEAL: Ellie Roebuck puts pen to paper on a contract extension

Ellie Roebuck has committed her immediate future to City, penning a two-year contract extension.

The youngster follows in fellow goalkeeper Karen Bardsley’s footsteps in signing a new deal with the Club until the end of the 2020/21 campaign.

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Bardsley signs new City deal

NEW DEAL: Smiles all around, as Karen Bardsley signs a two-year contract extension

Manchester City are delighted to announce Karen Bardsley has signed a new contract.

The England shot-stopper has put pen to paper on a two-year deal, keeping her at the Club until the end of the 2020/21 season.

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Nikita Parris joins Lyon

Manchester City can confirm Nikita Parris has joined French club Lyon.

The England striker clocked up 127 appearances for the Club, scoring 62 goals.

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Abbie McManus leaves City

DEPARTURE: Abbie McManus has left the Club

Manchester City can confirm Abbie McManus has left the Club.

The defender, whose City career spanned 12 years, clocked up 111 appearances since the Club’s relaunch in 2014, scoring three goals.

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City sign Ellen White

BLUE AND WHITE: Ellen White joins the ranks

Manchester City are delighted to announce the signing of England striker Ellen White.

The forward will join the Club on 1 July on a two-year deal from Birmingham City, following this summer’s Women’s World Cup in France.

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City trio named in Scotland World Cup squad

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Women's Awards: Double delight for City skipper

STAR SKIPPER: Steph Houghton was voted by the fans as the Club's Player of the Season

City’s women’s team celebrated another record-breaking season in style at the Etihad Stadium.

To commemorate an incredible cup double, the Club hosted an awards night in Tunnel Club, presented by Pioneer Group.

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Eight City stars make Lionesses World Cup squad

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Walsh and Parris revel in Wembley win

TOGETHER: City celebrate at Wembley.

Nikita Parris and Keira Walsh hailed the aura of Wembley Stadium after Manchester City were crowned winners of the Women’s FA Cup for the second time.

Nick Cushing’s side lifted the trophy in front of a 43, 265 strong crowd after a second half blitz which West Ham United were unable to live with.

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