31 Jul Orlando Pleasure’s Claire Emslie to affix Everton on six month mortgage
Everton have signed Orlando Pleasure ahead and Scotland worldwide Claire Emslie on a six month mortgage, sources have instructed Football4cast.
Emslie signed for Orlando Pleasure in Could 2019 and joined the squad after Scotland have been knocked out of the Girls’s World Cup following their dramatic 3-Three draw in opposition to Argentina.
– Stream FC Every day on Football4cast+
– Insider Pocket book: Ole desires Sancho ASAP; Metropolis, Chelsea hunt €120m man
“Her skill to successfully dribble, move and shoot with each toes, means she is going to preserve defenders guessing about her subsequent transfer and can excite our followers,” Orlando Pleasure Head Coach Marc Skinner stated in an announcement when she signed.
• Pulisic declares himself fit for FA Cup final
• Sources: Pride’s Emslie joins Everton
• Liverpool appoint new CEO, Moores leaves
• Severed pig’s head found at club’s ground
• Napoli sign forward Osimhen from Lille
“More importantly, Claire possesses a personality that will epitomise the hardworking culture we are working daily to create at the Pride. We can’t wait for Claire to join the family.”
She scored Scotland’s opening goal in the tournament against England, making her the first Scottish woman to score at a World Cup.
The 26-year-old spent two seasons with Manchester City from 2017 to 2019 where she scored eight goals in 31 appearances, helping City secure the Continental Cup and FA Cup during the 2018-19 season.
In November 2019, Emslie joined Melbourne City on a season-long loan. She scored four goals as Melbourne defended their W-League title.
Orlando Pride did not compete at the recently completed National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Challenge Cup after several members of the squad tested positive for the coronavirus.
England’s Rachel Daly captained Houston Dash to the tournament title after beating the Chicago Redstars 2-0 in the final.
Fixtures for the new FA Women’s Super League season will be released on Aug. 7, the organisation announced on Friday.