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Turner: I Was Better Than The Boys But Told I Couldn't Play

Danielle Turner has come a long way since having her hopes of representing her school football team dashed only because she was a girl.

Launching our new feature My Journey, Everton Academy graduate Turner explains the obstacles she had to overcome to carve out a career in the game she loves, details her path to the Blues' first team via Manchester United, a US college and a loan spell in Iceland, and outlines her pride at the giant strides forward the women's game has taken since her own experience of being excluded from selection despite teachers telling her she was good enough to play.

Turner, Everton's Club captain, also describes the impact going professional in 2017 has had on her game and career - and why it is so important the "pipe dream" she had of becoming a full-time player growing up is now a realistic ambition for aspiring female footballers everywhere.

My Journey has been produced in association with Official Ladies Supporter Lil-Lets. Watch the video via the player above or by clicking here.

Everton Ladies take on Bristol City in their opening home game of the season at 12.30pm on Sunday.

Season Ticket, Lounge and Official Members can attend the fixture at Southport FC's Pure Stadium for FREE by showing their Season Ticket or Membership card at the turnstile.

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This video is for Season Ticket Holders and Official Members

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If you do not yet have a Digital account, you can create one here for free.

If you are interested in an Official membership, you can find out how to buy one here.

This video is available for free to Digital Members

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Free Digital Membership will provide you with the best possible experience when logged into the website, including access to the latest digital content.

Digital members will receive a monthly newsletter and get access to exclusive videos and regular member competitions offering money can’t buy prizes.

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MY JOURNEY: DANIELLE TURNER

Defender on her path from being told she couldn't play football in school to becoming Everton's Club captain.

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