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Tatiana Pinto Leaving Bristol City Women

Willie Kirk explains Tatiana Pinto's departure from BCWFC back to her native Portugal.

"Tatiana approached me a couple of weeks ago and asked for us to cancel her contract so that she could return to Portugal for personal reasons. She could easily have taken advantage of the club in these circumstances but being the type of person that she is, she has put the club first and given us the chance to replace her in the upcoming transfer window.

"I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Tati during the last year, she works hard every day and has a huge desire to learn. We aren't just losing a talented footballer, but also a very special person. She is one of the most respectful and humble people that I have met. Every one of her team mates respects her and gets along very well with her.

"She leaves with my best wishes and everyone at BCWFC will miss her."

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