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Karen gets her managerial spurs
 Women's Football News 16 Aug 2009
 
Karen gets her managerial spurs - 16 Aug 2009 - Women's Football NewsTottenham Hotspur have appointed a new First Team Manager in Karen Hills.
 
Karen, an ex-Charlton Athletic player and FA Women's Cup medal winner, is Girls and Women's Development Officer at Tottenham Hotspur Foundation and her knowledge and experience of the game and strong motivational skills make her a very valuable asset to the team.
 
Spurs are also pleased to announce three new player signings for this season: Ebony Cabey-Gooden, ex-Charlton goalkeeper, along with Emma Kayser and Genna Schillaci, both from Enfield Town.
 
Karen said: "These are exciting times for Spurs Ladies as we put together a new and young side to compete in what looks like being a tough league this season. I am delighted with the new signings - all three are very strong players, with experience of competing at a high level. They will be an integral part to the team as well as acting as positive role models to the younger players, some of whom have been with the Club since under-10s.
 
On learning of her appointment to the First Team, Ebony said: "When Hillsy called and told me about her plans for the Club, I was more than happy to take up the offer of coming to play for her. I was kindly offered the Captaincy role for this Season and it is one which I was proud to accept. This will be a new experience for me but one that I am really looking forward to.
 
"We have all worked really hard during pre-season and there is a great atmosphere and team togetherness. If we keep this going it will stand us in good stead for what will be a tough Season for us. We know it won't be easy and things don't happen overnight but we are all eager to push the Club forward and are working hard to achieve positive results."
 
Karen added: "Pre-season has been a challenging time but all the girls have approached the training with a great attitude and have worked extremely hard on their fitness which has been pleasing to see.
 
"This season will be a good test for the young Spurs Ladies team but it is one we are all looking forward to and relishing the challenge ahead."

 
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