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Forfar Farmington are pleased to confirm the signing of Scotland Under-17 striker Katey Turner to the SWPL side.
The former Dunfermline Under-17s forward made her debut this afternoon against Aberdeen as a trialist, with the obligatory paperwork signed following the match. A late substitute appearance nearly saw Katey tee up fellow international Lucy Graham but a debut goal for the "Fife Connection" wasn't to be.
Speaking on her move to Forfar, Katey admitted that there were challenges ahead, but that she felt confident about the eventual outcome. "It's definitely going to be a big step up for me," she admits, "I'm not used to playing football at this level, but there is a great bunch of players here at Forfar who have already helped me a lot, and playing alongside then will definitely help me to improve my game."
Commenting on Katey's arrival, SWPL assistant coach Kevin Candy added: "We're really delighted to have secured Katey's services, as her attitude in training has been absolutely first class.
"She has upped her game to start meeting the requirements of being an elite level footballer and on that basis I've no doubt that she will have a major contribution to make for us before the end of the season - very much as Lucy (Graham) has done, and it reemphasises our belief that players can make big contributions at SWPL level - even at a comparatively young age."
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