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It has been a busy week for Watford with a number of new arrivals and a long servant departing the club.
Kim Farrow, who scored 17 goals in 19 appearances for Leicester City last season, has joined while Ella Hill and Sasha Adamson have also become part of the squad.
However, after a number of years at the club, Sarah Wiltshire has opted to leave and join fellow WSL2 side Yeovil Town. Bonnie Horwood also departed recently, joining Reading.
While disappointed to lose Wiltshire, manager John Salomon believes this opens opportunities for others: "Sarah has been a great servant for Watford Ladies and of course we are disappointed to see her leave the club.
"She has played a key role since I took over the side and has been a very important player for us. But it is the right time for her to take up a new challenge and we wish her all the best.
"What her departure does is it opens the door for other players. We're playing good football at the moment and have a strong squad with competition for places.
"Since Sarah and Bonnie departed we have already seen how this presents opportunities to other squad members who have been banging the door down for a starting place this season.
"We've brought in Kim Farrow from Leicester City who is a proven goal scorer and I'm very excited about the potential some of our young signings have."
Farrow joins having played a vital role in helping Leicester to second in the Midland Combination last season, the experienced striker being one of the top scorers in the division. Hill and Adamson were previously at the Essex Centre of Excellence. Adamson at the age of 17 has already had call ups for England Under-17s and Under-19s. Hill, also 17, is a fantastic prospect that can play in the number ten role.
With the club always looking to build for the future, a number of other young players have recently joined the club and more information will follow on them soon.
Watford are also hopeful of announcing two further signings, however the club are awaiting international clearance on both players.
Sarah Wiltshire, who had won the Manager's Player of the Season award for the last two seasons, had scored six goals this campaign, including a hat-trick versus West Ham in the FA Cup. It won't be long until she plays against her former side with Yeovil hosting Watford on 2nd August.
All at Watford Ladies would like to thank Sarah for her service and wish her the best for the future.
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