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WFC Fulham got the new year off to a fine start as they prepare for the second half of the season in top spot in the Southern Division, with the transfer of Bonnie Horwood from Birmingham City.
Bonnie has played at under-17, 19, and 20 level for England over the last few years alongside her studies at Loughborough with many of England's young international players. She returns to Fulham after an absence of two seasons.
WFC Fulham Director of Football, Fred Brockwell, commented: "Bonnie has always been a strong tackling midfielder and will be a fantastic addition to the squad. Her presence can only enhance the team's chances of staying on track at the top of the Southern Division.
"After losing all funding and connection from the main club in June last year, there has been a tremendous amount of work put in by the club's new officers and management team, the main aim being to ensure the club meets its target of an immediate return to the Premiership, despite it never being done before (from that division).
"The signing of such quality players at this level is essential if we are to progress and regain our place in the top flight. It is gratifying that players such as Bonnie are again looking to join the club after its complete revamp and addition of top facilities since the reformation."
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