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Reedswood make move to Sporting Khalsa
 Women's Football News 11 Jul 2015
 
Reedswood make move to Sporting Khalsa - 11 Jul 2015 - Women's Football NewsFC Reedswood will be joining Sporting Khalsa FC next season - an ambitious club which shares the same values; passionate about supporting the community and giving opportunities to all. 
 
The decision to join Sporting Khalsa FC and change the club's name from FC Reedswood to Sporting Khalsa Women was corroborated by the welcoming and very supportive attitude they had from Sporting Khalsa and also by the opportunity to make use of their excellent facilities that meet the level required to compete in the FAWPL.
 
Kelly Williams, founder and chairwoman of the club said: "We are very excited about joining Sporting Khalsa and believe that this is an important step for our club. We will benefit from a whole new range of facilities and will have better playing and training opportunities.
 
"Building a stronger foundation will help both the men and women's team to progress, and enable us to develop new players and volunteers. The new ground we will be playing on will be located in a less rural area, with good transport links, and we are hoping this will help us to attract committed players and volunteers.
 
"After being ranked the second best team in Staffordshire, we decided that is time to take a big step in being able to offer our players a better training and playing ground, with neatly superior facilities then the previous in use. Our supporters will also benefit from the location of the new ground, which has better transport links from both Walsall and Wolverhampton."
 
At this moment, Sporting Khalsa Women are looking for dedicated individuals who have relevant experience to fill in volunteer roles such as managers, coaches and sports therapists. Considering the team's success and its future prospects, they believe that these are opportunities to expand one's skills and understanding of the women's game and also help the club to further progress.

 
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