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Tottenham extends with coach Rehanne Skinner

Tottenham extends with coach Rehanne Skinner, who will stay in charge for at least two more years, until June 2024.
The 42-year-old was appointed as head coach in November 2020. Previously working as a national coach in England and Wales youth categories, Skinner is on the way to achieve Spurs’ best Women’s Super League finish in the current season. Currently, on the 5th place, they are likely to improve the result from 2019/20 season, when they ended on the 7th place.
“I am delighted to sign a new contract. Throughout the course of my time here, I’ve felt really supported by the club in terms of the vision we have as a collective. The club is meeting my ambitions, and we know the direction we want to go in,” said Skinner for the club’s website.

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