'A big boost' - Sunderland supporters delighted with double announcement

The wheels are starting to turn at Sunderland Ladies.

Thursday, 24th June 2021, 6:00 pm

The Lady Black Cats have been handed a major boost with captain Keira Ramshaw agreeing a new contract at the club.

A new deal at Sunderland will see Wearside-born Ramshaw enter into her 12th senior season with the club she supported growing up.

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Sunderland Ladies captain Keira Ramshaw in action - photo by Colin Lock.
Sunderland Ladies captain Keira Ramshaw in action - photo by Colin Lock.

Potts, 26, had enjoyed an on-off 10-year association with the Lady Cats before she sealed a move to Scottish side Hibernian in July 2020.

Sunderland Ladies will compete in the Championship next campaign and shared updates regarding Potts and Ramshaw on Monday and Tuesday respectively.

And Sunderland supporters were quick to react to the double announcement on social media with many fans excited.

Here, we take a look at what YOU said on Twitter:

On Ramshaw, @GinHume said: “Look forward to continuing this journey Keira!!”

@sunderlandafc11 added: “Brilliant news.”

@antony_waterson said: “Gettinnnn. Best @SAFCLadies ever. Such an inspiration. @Keys_Safc94.”

And Colin Lock explained: “There’s only one @Keys_Safc94. Skipper!”

Whilst @Keeler966 said: “True loyalty @Keys_Safc94."

On Potts’ decision to return to Wearside, @pauljacques83 said: “Get in there, what a fantastic signing.”

@Buntingfootball added: “Smashing signing this one, top player, going to need this type of player for the Championship next season.”

@mackem1644 explained: “Well done Charlotte, can't wait to see you back on the pitch. A big boost to our campaign for the season to come.”

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