Man Utd’s new head of women’s football is an ‘intelligent forward thinker’

Manchester United spent around eight months recruiting the club’s first ever dedicated head of women’s football to ensure that they appointed the right person for such a crucial position.

A decision to hire former FA and UEFA staffer Polly Bancroft, who was doing an outstanding job as Brighton general manager, came during the summer. Following a notice period with the Seagulls, she finally started work at United in the second half of October.

It has been a vital and overdue step for United in the women’s football sphere. The club has been criticised in the past for lacking specialised…

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