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Chloe Arthur extends Vixens stay

City Women are delighted to announce that Chloe Arthur has signed a new deal with the Vixens ahead of the WSL 1 campaign.

Arthur, 22, arrived in January 2016 from Hibernian Ladies.

Prior to that, Arthur played her football at Celtic Ladies, she is a graduate of their successful Youth Academy.

Arthur is currently representing Scotland in the UEFA Women’s EURO 2017.

On signing her new deal, Arthur says she is delighted to be staying with the Vixens.

“I’m really happy to extend my stay with the club, there is a fantastic culture and environment here and one I feel that I am thriving in," said Arthur.

“I came here to develop as a player and under the guidance of Willie and his coaching team I have done that. I am now looking to really kick on and help this club flourish in WSL 1, where it belongs.”

Vixens manager Willie Kirk also expressed his delighted in retaining one of his longest serving players.

“Prior to signing Chloe, I followed her development for a number of years and I also worked with her for a year at the Scottish FA’s National Performance Centre, so I got to know her very well as a person and a footballer," commented Kirk.

"She ticks all the boxes in terms of the standard of players that we want at Bristol City Women and she is a consummate professional.

“She is currently playing for Scotland in the Euro’s, which is the level I believe her to be and it is fantastic to see her fulfil her potential. She has bought into the club’s long-term plan and I am looking forward to continuing to work with her.”


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