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Oct 12, 2022   |  10:10AM AET

Caspers signs two-year deal with Wanderers

Caspers signs two-year deal with Wanderers

Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today confirmed the signing of forward Holly Caspers for the next two Liberty A-League Women seasons.

Caspers joins the club off the back of her first season in the Liberty A-League Women competition with Canberra United where she featured in 11 matches and scored one goal.

Caspers said she was looking forward to embracing the challenge at the Red & Black this season.

“The Wanderers have always had a strong reputation in the A-Leagues Women’s competition for their team culture and professionalism, which is definitely something that drew me to the club,” said Caspers.

“Being involved in the A-League women’s competition helped to take my football career to the next level, and I strive to continue this growth at Wanderers.

“My key learnings from the competition is the importance of consistency and resilience. Not every training or game will be your best, so in those tougher moments focusing on bouncing back and doing the little things correctly is key for personal growth and team success, especially at this level. 

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 23: Holly Caspers of United celebrates with team mates after scoring a late goal to draw the round four A-League Womens match between Canberra United and Brisbane Roar at Viking Park, on December 23, 2021, in Canberra, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

“Moving to a new club is always challenging, however I’m most excited for the growth in my football career that I believe Wanderers will offer and support, especially with the experience Kat Smith brings as Head Coach.

“I’m also excited to work with a new group of talented football players, exploring new combination plays as well as developing a strong supportive team environment.”