Dunn Deal Second Signing in Two Days for ITFC Women
Tuesday, 11th Jun 2019 15:57
Ipswich Town FC Women have re-signed right-back Chloe Dunn from Limestone College in South Carolina, their second addition in two days following yesterday’s recruitment of Blue Wilson from Manchester City.
Dunn rejoins the Blues a year into a four-year scholarship in America.
The 19-year-old previously spent four months with the U21 set-up during the 2017/18 season prior to moving out to the States, where she was named Freshman of The Year and was included in the NCAA Second Team All-Conference side.
A product of the Essex Centre of Excellence where she was coached by current Town boss Joe Sheehan, she joined Watford at the age of 16 and captained their development side before moving to Ipswich for her previous spell in 2017.
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