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Team news: The latest on Walti and Goldie

Lia Walti

Speaking ahead of our clash with Manchester City on Wednesday, Jonas Eidevall provided an update on our playing squad. 

Vivianne Miedema and Beth Mead remain out with long-term injuries, but there's good news elsewhere. 

"Lia Walti is coming back into the squad after missing recent games," said Eidevall. "There's no concerns there for Wednesday."

"On Teyah, she has still not been able to fully come back after the ACL injury, and we had a minor implication on the later stages of her rehab process, which forced her to wear a boot. But, as far as I’m aware of now, that boot is no longer used so it was not a long-term thing. Let’s hope she can be back on the pitch with us soon."

With a busy fixture schedule and minutes to manage throughout the squad, our head coach also discussed the importance of rotation and remaining sharp, while also maintaining consistency. 

"We have to start with the first game and of course, we will get some answers and how that will progress to the second game, but we’ll start by trying our very best to win the first. I think when you have less numbers, it means you will do less rotation because you have less players to choose from.

"From that sense, it might be easier for me than it is for Gareth. He has more players to choose from but I have less. It obviously means I have more players that will need to play more minutes in these three matches, but I think we’re at the stage both as a team and they are as individuals that they can handle it.'

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