West Ham United have signed a former WSL player in midfielder Molly Clark, reports whufc.com.
Clark played in the 2017 WSL Spring Series with Yeovil Town and previously represented Bristol City in WSL 1, as well as helping the Vixens reach the FA Women’s Cup final in 2011.
“I am really excited to be joining West Ham United Ladies,” 26-year-old Clark told whufc.com. “I think the league has seen a different side to West Ham since the turn of the year and I’m delighted to be a part of the journey.”
Interim head coach, Karen Ray said: “We are really excited to welcome Molly Clark to West Ham United Ladies. She is an experienced midfielder, who has the ability to turn and play forward because she finds herself great pockets of space, which really suits our newfound attacking prowess.
“Having played at the very top of the pyramid, Molly will naturally lead with her professionalism and understanding of what it takes to play at the highest level of the women’s game.”
Clark, having played for hometown club Portsmouth on three occasions, has also represented Southampton, Yeovil Town and Bristol City.