Millie Farrow

A Proud Moment To Join LCFC Women, Says Farrow

New LCFC Women signing Millie Farrow has expressed her determination to make an impact at the Club during the 2020/21 season and beyond.
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- New LCFC Women forward Millie Farrow discusses her excitement after joining the Club
- The Foxes will compete in the FA Women's Championship in 2020/21 
- Farrow hopes her experience in the Women's Super League will stand in good stead
- The 24-year-old also credits the camaraderie in the squad

Farrow is one of several new faces to join the Foxes after LCFC Women officially joined Leicester City’s senior men, Under-23s and Under-18s among the core teams within the Club’s football operation.

A former star for Chelsea, Bristol City and Reading, Farrow has experience playing in the Women's Super League, a division above Leicester, who will compete in the FA Women's Championship this term.

Speaking to LCFC TV earlier this month, the 24-year-old forward expressed her excitement after signing for the Club and also outlined her ambition over the coming years in Leicester.

"It feels really good, it's a proud moment to be honest," she said. "I've been needing a new challenge in my career and I feel like this is the right place for me at the moment.


Farrow Excited By LCFC Women Challenge

New signing Millie Farrow speaks to LCFC TV about joining LCFC Women ahead of the 2020/21 FA Women's Championship season.

"The challenge of going for promotion is something that I feel like I need in my career right now and I've been given the chance to get involved in a new environment and hopefully I can thrive in that.

"It's important to have experienced players in a squad and I think my experiences might be different to other people's, regarding coming back from a lot of difficult injuries and things like that.

"I like to think I'm quite a fast, in-behind player, aggressive in pressing, and so hopefully that suits this team well. Hopefully I can score some goals for the Club!

"I mean, as a striker, obviously it's important, but I'm looking to just be myself and playing like the player I know I can be, hopefully making an impact."

The close-knit nature of City's playing squad, meanwhile, has been a source of encouragement for Farrow, who says she already feels at home at the Club.

I've definitely noticed the change in intensity and the quality of the sessions have definitely improved, so it's just about working from there, really

Millie Farrow LCFC TV

"The girls have been really welcoming, and they've made it a really nice environment for everyone to come into," she added. "Obviously, it's different because I think Jonathan [Morgan's] made about 11 new signings.

"We're starting to get on the same page now, but the end goal is to get promotion, and that's what's important to us. So, every training session, every game now is to work towards that.

"With coronavirus, it's obviously set everyone back a bit. Having four months off... it's not easy, coming back into training.

"At first, we were a bit rusty, but I've definitely noticed the change in intensity and the quality of the sessions have definitely improved, so it's just about working from there, really."

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