Hinnigan Leaves Blue Girls


Michelle Hinnigan has left Everton Ladies following the Club’s switch to professional status.
Andy Spence’s team have been promoted to the Women’s Super League (WSL 1) for the 2017/18 campaign which has required the Blues to become a full-time organisation.
With a heavy heart, Hinnigan has decided she is unable to commit to a full-time, professional football career, owing to her occupation as a teacher.
The Kirkby-born 27-year old joined Everton when she was 11 and made her first-team debut in 2007.
The midfielder was part of the Blues team that won a thrilling FA Cup final 3-2 against Arsenal at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground in 2010.
Hinnigan then became Everton captain in 2014 and was on the scoresheet when the Blues won 4-0 at London Bees to seal their WSL 2 Spring Series triumph in May.
Everton Football Club would like to thank Michelle for her service and wish her the very best of luck for the future.

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