Blackburn Rovers Tie Down Three Players To New Contracts
Blackburn Rovers Ladies have confirmed that up to three players have secured their future and signedfresh contract agreements that will see them remain at the club for at least the next year and six months.
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Part of the three players to have commuted their future to the club is vice-captain Natasha
Fenton. The midfield superstar is the longest-serving player at the club and has decided to continue her stay as she claims that she feels at home.<!--more-->
<a href="https://www.iloveblackburnrovers.com/blackburn-signs-premier-league-play... has appeared in as many as 160 games for the club since joining</a> and is part of up to seven players who have pledged their allegiances to Rovers - with three of those seven only the ones to have signed new deals until the end of next season.
<a href="https://www.lancs.live/sport/football/football-news/blackburn-rovers-pos... have continued to show some glimpses of progress in the second-tier of women's football</a> and they want to continue in the same vein, as evident in the tying down of their most important players.
The club currently have a full month break from the Women's Championship but instead of taking time off and resting, the club's boards have been busy trying to put things in place before football returnsnext month.
The three players who signed the longest deals will see their new contracts run until the summer of2022. Following the development, Gemma Donnelly, the club's manager revealed that she was happy at the news. Donnelly said while Natasha Fenton is now one of the club's most important players, it took her a while to show what she is truly made of and only proved herself a couple of seasons ago. According to the manager, the vice-captain is now an integral part of the team and offers a lot of experience, compassion, and is also a senior player that the younger players can look up to. Meanwhile, Natasha's midfield partner and teammate Emma Doyle also penned a contract that would run for the same duration as the vice captain's after joining from Everton Women in the summer.