Roop Kaur says she is “loving each minute” at London Bees after formally becoming a member of the membership’s U16 set-up earlier this month.
Kaur was the thriller schoolgirl who left Sky Sports activities Information viewers surprised again in March when she did virtually 1,100 kick-ups for Worldwide Ladies’s Day, aged simply 14.
The west Londoner has spent the previous couple of years at QPR however determined to step out of her consolation zone and take up the problem in north London underneath coach and famend expertise developer John Ryan to be able to get nearer to her dream of in the future changing into knowledgeable footballer.
“It is my second week coaching and it has been sensible up to now, I’ve cherished each minute of it,” Kaur informed Sky Sports activities Information.
“I have been on an incredible journey with QPR and I can not thank them sufficient for all the things they’ve completed for me. I might have stayed and remained an necessary a part of the crew however I wished to actually take a look at myself in a brand new setting.
“The coaches and my new team-mates have been actually welcoming. There are fairly a couple of ladies who’re new to the crew like me so I assume we’re all form of serving to one another get settled, and we’re all wanting ahead to getting concerned in some pleasant video games so we are able to see how we form up as a crew.
“The services at The Hive are superb, and we even have the U18s and the primary crew coaching on the pitches close to us whereas we prepare, which can be fairly cool as a result of it motivates you to actually wish to break via.”
Tak set to hitch London Metropolis Lionesses
Attacking midfielder Sandeep Tak is ready to hitch FA Ladies’s Championship aspect London Metropolis Lionesses, Sky Sports activities Information understands.
Tak spent final season with Billericay City. The 24-year-old began her profession at QPR and has additionally performed for Notts County and Tottenham.
Spurs, in the meantime, have accomplished the signing of Asmita Ale, who has grow to be the primary Nepali-origin participant within the membership’s historical past. The 19-year-old turned down a contract provide to stay at Aston Villa to hitch Spurs on a two-year deal.
Ale was a part of the Villa aspect that gained promotion to the Ladies’s Tremendous League in 2019-20. She made 18 league appearances final time period and was named Aston Villa’s participant of the season.
The complete-back, who has featured for England at varied youth ranges, mentioned: “I am so excited to be becoming a member of Spurs – the membership has a incredible popularity and the ambition that Rehanne (Skinner, the Tottenham head coach), the employees and gamers have is one thing I wished to be part of.”
Skinner mentioned: “Azzy is a incredible younger participant that has made vital progress in her profession over the previous couple of years, each within the WSL and youth worldwide groups.
“I’m excited to have her in our squad as she has big potential which was evident in her contributions final season within the league.
“Azzy brings along with her sturdy defensive attributes with a want and skill to get into attacking areas of the pitch that can add worth to the crew.”
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