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Portsmouth remembering Michelle Weeks
 Women's Football News 13 May 2009
 
Portsmouth remembering Michelle Weeks - 13 May 2009 - Women's Football NewsPortsmouth are to stage a Memorial Football Match in memory of Michelle Weeks this coming Friday.
 
The match takes place at Fareham Town F.C, with a 7.30pm kick off and will be between Portsmouth and a team known as Weeksey's Wanderers. Admission is £3 for adults and £2 children/OAPs.
 
Your support on this evening would be greatly appreciated in order to celebrate the life of a unique and wonderful person. All money raised will be donated to Naomi House, a children's hospice located near Winchester.
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Michelle Weeks, tragically passed away at the age of 26 on December 4th 2007. Michelle started her playing career at Portsmouth as a youngster where her father would help to coach the team before moving to local rivals Southampton to better her football.
 
After establishing herself as a top player she moved to London and joined the prestigious Charlton Athletic Female Academy. Michelle then returned home and made a move back to Portsmouth to continue playing until a vacancy to manage the Portsmouth Ladies Reserve Team became available, where she managed and occasionally played for two years. In her first season as manager she led the reserves to a superb Portsmouth Cup victory over Horndean and an astonishing victory in the league over the mighty Arsenal Reserves. 
 
Michelle was also assistant manager to the Hampshire Ladies and Under-18 Girls representative sides, assisting Vanessa Raynbird to help guide both teams to cup victory.
 
Amongst all the voluntary work, Michelle worked as a coach with the Portsmouth Community Department at Fratton Park she was extremely popular with the children and adults with whom she worked and was a valued member of staff, coaching at schools all over Hampshire and also on the disability courses.
 
Michelle was a dedicated and popular member of all teams, she did everything she could to help anyone and did so with a smile, a laugh and a joke. Michelle was someone who would always be there for you but never expected anything back in return.

 
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