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Quintet Depart Bristol Academy WFC

Bristol Academy WFC have today  confirmed that Christie Murray, Sharla Passariello, Lauren Townsend, Marije Brummel and Jade Boho-Sayo will be leaving the club following the expiration of their contracts.

Spanish-born Equatorial Guinean International striker, Boho-Sayo proved an instant hit following her transfer from Rayo Vallecano earlier in the year, scoring several goals in the Vixens' ultimately fruitless attempt to avoid the drop to WSL2.

The rebuilding process will now start for boss Willie Kirk as he looks to bounce back to the WSL1 at the first attempt.

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