The FAW have introduced that present Female Coach Education Lead on the FAW Trust Nicola Anderson has been appointed as the brand new WU19 head coach.

Anderson, who at present finding out for her UEFA professional license, has lots of expertise on the highest degree in girls’s soccer.

She beforehand spent three years with Everton earlier than most not too long ago being a component of Man City’s U23s improvement squad.

The FAW mentioned on their web site: “Anderson’s wider function with the FAW Trust will allow better alignment of the coach training nationwide syllabus and future coach improvement alternatives.”

The North-Wales native instructed the FAW’s web site about her new function: “I’m extremely excited in regards to the WU19s function and massively grateful to the FAW for the religion they’ve put in me.

“It’s such an thrilling time to be concerned with Welsh Women’s Football and I’m actually wanting ahead to working with the gamers and getting again on the pitch.

“It’s essential that we proceed to construct on the progress that’s already evident at a senior degree and a key half of this function is to proceed to develop and help gamers for competing on the worldwide stage.”

Anderson’s first process might be main the aspect in a training camp at Colliers Park between 16-20 August.

She has expertise of working with the WU19 squad having assisted Loren Dykes through the May training camp.

Next month, Wales will host Northern Ireland for 2 friendlies at Colliers park on Wednesday 15 and Saturday 18 September.

The video games will assist Anderson put together the U19’s for his or her first aggressive motion in shut to 2 years within the UEFA WU19 EURO Qualifying Round.

Wales will journey to Andorra for the match between 19-25 October the place they’ll face Andorra, Albania and Moldova.

The 24-participant squad for August’s training camp options 4 Welsh Premier Women’s League gamers.

Port Talbot’s Jessie Taylor joins Cardiff City’s Pheobie Poole, Seren Watkins and Ameila Forkings to create a robust contingent of WPWL gamers within the squad.

The aspect additionally options Manchester City’s Maria Francis-Jones who has been capped by the senior aspect and Arsenal’s Beth McGowan who additionally has skilled a senior camp.

Phoebie Poole of Cardiff City in motion
Cyncoed v Cardiff City within the Orchard Welsh Premier Women’s League at USW Sports Park on the sixth May 2021. (Pic by Lewis Mitchell/YCPD)

Nicola Anderson’s first Wales WU19 training camp squad

Safia MIDDLETON-PATEL (Manchester United), Lucy FARRELL-SHROUDER (Burnley), Amelia FORKINGS (Cardiff City FC Women), Anna BEBB (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Maria FRANCIS-JONES (Manchester City), Bethan MCGOWAN (Arsenal), Amy MEADOWS (Manchester City), Rosa TIMS (Crystal Palace), Ella HUMPHREY (Brighton & Hove Albion), Ella HILLIARD (Bristol City), Phoebie POOLE (Cardiff City FC Women), Hollie SMITH (Cardiff City Ladies), Taylor REYNOLDS (Birmingham City), Zoe SMITH (Cardiff City Ladies), Mary MCATEER (Aston Villa), Isabella REIDFORD (Manchester United), Jessie TAYLOR (Port Talbot Town), Sophie PHILLIPS (Birmingham City), Scarlett WILLIAMS (Tottenham Hotspur), Emily FLETCHER (Aston Villa), Megan CURRAN (Brighton & Hove Albion), Lauren PURCHASE (Aston Villa), Seren WATKINS (Cardiff City FC Women), Megan LEWIS (Cardiff City Ladies).

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