South Korean veteran among trio to sign for Bristol City Women

New Bristol City signing, Jeon Ga-eul
Jeon Ga-eul in action for South Korea against Iceland. (PA Images)

Bristol City Women have signed South Korea centurion Jeon Ga-eul, Wales international Megan Wynne on loan from Spurs and Faye Bryson from Everton.

Ga-Eul (31) has represented South Korea on 101 occasions netting 38 goal for her country over a 13-year period. The forward won three consecutive WK League titles with Incheon Hyundai Steel Red Angels and was the first South Korean to play in the US with Western New York City Flash and also in Australia’s W-League at Melbourne Victory.

Bristol City signing, Megan Wynne
Megan Wynne of Tottenham Hotspur. (Photo: Stephanie Meek for The FA)

Megan Wynne (26) is a versatile right-sided player who joins the Robins on loan until the end of the season from Tottenham Hotspur, for whom she made 26 appearances in their promotion-winning campaign.

Faye Bryson (22) made her debut for Everton back in 2015 and made a total of 42 appearances for the Toffees.

Bristol City signing, Faye Bryson
Faye Bryson playing for Everton. (Photo: Jon Super for The FA)

Manager Tanya Oxtoby told bcfc.co.uk of her new signings: “Jeon is someone we have been following long-term, so we are delighted to get this deal over the line. With over 100 international caps for her country she is going to bring much needed experience and quality to our midfield.”

“We are really excited to add Megan to our squad, she is an exciting talent who will bring a lot to our squad with her work rate and positive attitude. She has experience at international level and that will help add to our youthful squad.”

“Faye is going to be a fantastic addition to our squad. She is a bright young player who is looking for the opportunity to earn game time, and she fits the Bristol ethos perfectly. We are looking forward to working with her and watching her develop as a footballer.”

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