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Three more join Wednesday
 Women's Football News 14 Dec 2009
Sheffield Wednesday manager Andy Burgess has been busy this week securing three new signings for the Owls. 
Burgess, who has been in the job for two months, has made some serious signings and the three ladies he has bought in are no exception. All three hail from the North West and will add some serious ammunition to his squad.
The first signing is former top flight player Chantelle Parry, who has played for Liverpool, Everton and Blackburn Rovers. She has won promotion with Liverpool from the Northern Division and she would be a massive signing for any club in this division. The second is Louise Worrall, a lively striker formerly of Everton who has great pace and is a natural goalscorer, and finally Emma Koo, once again from Everton, a no nonsense midfielder who will add knowledge and experience to the Owls side.
Burgess commented: "To be able to sign these three players in a week is a great achievement. All three of them will add something different to the side. We are in a relegation battle and with these girls being added to the squad, it will give me a selection nightmare, but that can only be a good thing.
"There will be some girls who will be disappointed when selection is made, but my main priority is to keep this team in the league so I have to be tough in my decisions. We have to start winning games and I believe with the squad that we have assembled there is no reason why we cannot start this week."
Chairman Jeff Maslin remarked: "When I appointed Andy I knew he would be able to attract some quality players, this has been shown with the signings he has already made. His brief was to keep us in this league and to build a squad that would get us promoted within 3 seasons. I see no reason why this will not happen."

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