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London Bees add to squad
 Women's Football WSL2 News - 3 Feb 2017
London Bees are pleased to announce the signings of Laura May Walkley from Reading FC Women and Amber Tullett, Mollie Burgess and Jordan Littleboy from Watford Ladies FC for the upcoming WSL Spring Series.
As a player for Reading FC Women for the past two seasons, Welsh international Laura May Walkley played as a powerful midfielder who will be a skillful asset for the ladies in amber and black this season. She commented that the high levels of professionalism and training at the Hive have eased the move to the Women's Super League 2, and is excited about the opportunity to help the Bees improve on their successes from last season to fight for promotion in 2017 and 2018.
As a left sided defender for Watford Ladies, Amber Tullett impressed head coach David Edmondson with her ability to make an instant impact on the pitch in matches against all teams in the WSL 2. He further commented that she is a "cultured defender who will add balance" to the London Bees line of defence, and make playing the style and formation he prefers markedly easier.
Mollie Burgess will add defensive depth to the London Bees squad, and will surely be buzzing off the bench and starting throughout the Spring Series for the London Bees.
Edmondson remarked that Jordan Littleboy is a "physically strong and technically able midfielder" who he is relying on to add to our ball playing ability in the midfield. Competition between her and other London Bees players will be tough in midfield, but Dave believes that Jordan "has the ability to make a name for herself both at Bees" and with the national team.
London Bees have been further boosted by the arrival of defender Anne Meiwald from Chelsea.

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