The COVID-19 pandemic forced several U.S. Women's National Team stars to seek consistent playing time outside of the United States, with England's FA Women's Super League a prime target. More than 20 years ago, before there was a professional league in the United States, one college standout also looked to England for consistent playing time. Tracy Osborn found it with Millwall, as well as a FA Cup.
Keen to not let their first potential FA WSL title since 2012 slip through their fingers after a more-than-impressive first half of the season, Arsenal has swooped in early to seal the signings of Danish duo Janni Arnth and Katrine Veje.
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Manchester United assistant manager Willie Kirk has been named new manager of FA Women's Super League club Everton, replacing outgoing manager Andy Spence, who left the club at the start of the month.