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Lucy Graham commits to Everton

Lucy Graham commits to Everton. The Blues’ captain will stay in Liverpool at least until 2023.

The Scotland international joined Everton in summer 2019 and quickly established herself as one of key members of Willie Kirk’s squad. In her debut season, she scored 6 goals in 22 appearances. The 24-year-old scored a memorable goal in a Merseyside derby against Liverpool that led Everton to the victory and 2020 FA Cup final.

“The Club has treated me in such a way since I’ve been here that it made signing a new contract an easy decision. When you look at the direction we are going in and the ambition Everton has, it is inspiring for me to be part of this club. We want to push on to new levels and I’m so excited about what we can achieve. We want to do better every season, which we are doing. We are well on track and I feel we are only scratching the surface of our potential. Domestically, we want to compete with the best sides and try to win silverware and, of course, one of our big targets will be to qualify for Europe,” Lucy Graham added for club’s website.

 

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