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Danish defender joins Man City
 Women's Football WSL1 News - 9 Jun 2017
 
WSL1 News - Danish defender joins Man City - 9 Jun 2017 - Women's Football NewsManchester City Women FC is delighted to announce that Danish defender Mie Jans will join the club on 1st July 2017.
 
Jans joins Manchester City Women from Brondby IF, who the club faced during last season's UEFA Women's Champions' League campaign. Jans began her footballing career at Dragør Boldklub before playing for Ballerup-Skovlunde Fodbold and then Brondby IF.
 
Following numerous caps at youth level, Jans made her debut with the senior Danish national team in November 2013.
 
Over the last year, Manchester City Women have celebrated historic success winning the Women's Super League Title, the FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup and the Women's FA Cup. The team also competed in the UEFA Women's Champions League for the first time this season making it to the semi finals against title holders Olympique Lyonnais.
 
Jans will join Manchester City as they look to build on the success of the 2016-17 season.
 
Commenting on her signing with the club, Jans said: "The set up at Manchester City Women is unparalleled and I am looking forward to growing as a player and taking advantage of the facilities and resources available at the City Football Academy when I join them.
 
"I really enjoyed playing at the Academy Stadium last year and I'm excited to step onto the pitch next season wearing a Manchester City shirt alongside my new team mates who have already achieved so much as a squad."
 
Nick Cushing, Head Coach of Manchester City Women, added: "Mie is a talented defender and her passion and drive to keep on improving is exactly what we want from a player at Manchester City.
 
"We are confident Mie will be a great addition to the team for next season when we will be looking to retain our Women's Super League title and challenge for even more success on and off the pitch."
 

 
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