Liverpool boosted by Leighanne Robe’s Contract Extension

Liverpool have announced that Leighanne Robe has extended her contract. Robe follows Rinsola Babajide and Niamh Fahey in committing her future to the club.
Robe who plays in defence came through at the Arsenal academy and has also played for Watford and Millwall Lionesses.
“I’m really happy to be staying at the club for another two years,” Robe told “I love it in Liverpool, the club’s amazing and the fans always make you feel welcome and a big part of the club, so I’m looking forward to staying.
“Liverpool’s a huge club so I’m delighted to still be a part of it, fighting to get us back to where we should be in the top league.
“We have a very close-knit group and we’re sticking together. There’s not many changes in the team and we want to fight for each other and fight for the club.”

Robe acknowledges Liverpool will have a tough season in the Championship next season as she added.”The Reds will play in the Championship next season and Robe knows they will have a tough battle ahead to fulfil the aim of bouncing straight back to the WSL”

“Every team is going to raise their standards when they play us, it’s still a tough league,” she said. “It’s going to be like a cup final in every single game for us but we’re looking forward to the challenge”.

“The fans are really supportive and it’s always nice to have them singing. Obviously last season didn’t go well for us but regardless of the results, they would still turn out and be singing.”

Liverpool boss Vicky Jepson “Robey has shown great growth in the last two seasons. She’s proven she’s a tough defender to come up against and was leading the WSL tackling stats for much of last season, which highlights her out-of-possession qualities.
“She’s a natural competitor and has the right mindset for the challenge we have ahead to bounce straight back into the WSL.
“I’m delighted to see her commit to the club and I’m looking forward to working with her again. I’m sure all the fans will be as pleased as I am to see her stay with the Reds.”

Photo: @LiverpoolFCW

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