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Cambridge Utd have been busy over the summer as they bid to improve on last season's sixth place finish in the FA Women's Premier League South East Division One.
The club has moved to a new home ground at Mildenhall Town and manager Steve Edwards has made a number of new signings to boost his squad including midfielder Dawn Mallett, who has plenty of FA WSL experience and arrives from Millwall Lionesses.
Hollie Jardine and Nicole Perschky have joined from Stevenage Ladies whilst Evie Gallop and Gemma Croucher come from the Essex Centre of Excellence and Tottenham Hotspur respectively. Carolyn Sarafian joins the squad from Windy City Pride and Cambridge have also signed Gabrielle Whitehurst (Bury Town), Nettie Stillinger (Brandon Ladies) and Lauren Gibson (St Ives) as well as Hollie Northfield, Teonie Peyton and Lucy Gateson from Cambridge ACC.
"There are hopefully one or two more to come," Edwards told Women's Soccer Scene. "We have also brought in a new physio, James Smith from Stevenage.
"We have drawn 1-1 with MK Dons and beaten Solihull 3-1 so far in pre-season. We are due to play Portsmouth, Watford Reserves and Watford Development before the season starts.
"We are very much looking forward to building on last season and hope to challenge at the top."
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