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Rachael Edwards, who retired from playing late last month at the end of the FA WSL 2 season, has become a Director of Yeovil Town Ladies FC.
The former first team captain signed off her playing career at the top of her game and the club now see her making an equally big impact off the field as they look to build on a successful first season in the FA WSL.
Speaking on behalf of the club, Chairman David Mills said: "We felt that having Rachael on the Board will be invaluable to the club as we look to progress. We are always keen to try and find ways for players to be involved in football after they retire and it was clear to all of us that Rachael was ideally suited as she has great experience and depth of knowledge."
Rachael said: "When David Mills phoned to offer me the opportunity, I felt it was a huge privilege to be asked and one that I didn't want to miss. Although my playing career may have finished I always wanted to offer my support to the club in some capacity and by becoming a Director it offers me the opportunity to continue to be part of the club and help the club progress in the FA WSL."
Edwards joins Mills, Stephen Allinson and Mark Porter as Directors, however the Club is looking to make a further addition to the Board within the next few weeks.
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