2017-18 WSL 1 season preview: Birmingham City

Aside from a blip in 2015, Birmginham City have consistently been one of the top sides in WSL despite not being affiliated with a big men’s club, but with David Parker’s tenure up and Marc Skinner in charge since his departure, things aren’t as steady at Solihull Moors as once they were. Changes Despite losing a number of long-standing players such as Jo Potter, Jade Moore and Remi Allen, the Blues seemed to be coping more than fine over the 2016 season under Parker but more departures over the winter have seen the side take another hit. With Kirsty Linnett and Mel Lawley gone the team has lost a touch of bite, however with Skinner having brought in Rachel Williams and Ellen White from Notts as well as Emma Follis the team looks steady as ever up top. Well known for their passion for putting faith in development players and seeing them...
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