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Women’s Super League 2021-22 previews No 11: Tottenham | Football

The plan

Last season Chioma Ubogagu helped Real Madrid women qualify for the Champions League for the first time but now the sometime England striker’s heart is set on helping Rehanne Skinner fulfil a dream in North London. “Rehanne’s someone who has a vision for Tottenham,” says a forward capped three times under Phil Neville. “And I love her vision.”

Since Skinner arrived in north London last November as the successor to her joint managerial predecessors, Karen Hills and Juan Amoros, she has never been shy about setting out her manifesto for change at a club promoted to the WSL in 2019.

“Tottenham can be one of the best women’s teams in the world,” says the pro-licence holder who, albeit briefly, served as Neville’s England assistant. “And there’s so much work going on behind the scenes to ensure we get there. It’s a journey and it’s going to take a bit of…



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