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Notts County Ladies FC have completed the signing of Scotland international Rachel Corsie from Glasgow City.
The Aberdeen-born defender started her footballing career at her hometown club Aberdeen Ladies, spending two years there before making the move to Glasgow City FC aged just 18. In her first season with the Glaswegian side Rachel scored ten goals, helping them on the way to a domestic treble.
Corsie has worked her way up through the Scotland international set up, starting in the Under-19 side, Rachel quickly gained the captaincy, wearing the armband for the Under-19 Championship Finals in 2008 in France. After impressing for the youth side, Rachel made her debut for the senior team a year later in the 2009 Cyprus Cup, aged just 19, against France going on to appear in all of Scotland's games during the tournament.
The central defender has since gone on to make 53 appearances, netting nine goals. Rachel's biggest international accolade came in the 2011 Cyprus Cup as Rachel captained her international side to a 2-0 win over rivals England, their first win over the Lionesses for more than thirty years.
Manager Rick Passmoor said on the move: "Rachel has shown her pedigree in Scotland and for the Scottish national team. She is already a good player and she's shown that, coming here to Notts County and training full time will certainly help to develop Rachel as a player and it's great to be able to bring her here to Meadow Lane."
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