STOTT: It would be so special to lift another trophy

Melbourne City Captain, Rebekah Stott, has opened up on what it would mean to lift a fifth Championship trophy for the Club she calls home.

Part of City’s first ever squad, who went on to win the Premiership and Championship double in an invincible season, Stott knows what it takes to go all the way.

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After moving to Brighton & Hove Albion in the FA Women’s Super League, Stott reflected on what it would mean to win the double in her return to the Club.

“It would be so cool to come back home to Melbourne City and to win the Championship alongside the Premiership would be so special to me and this group of girls really deserve it, we’ve worked so hard all season and it would be incredible,” Stott said.

I was here from the very first year and I’ve been here for so long since, it’s just an amazing club.

“I think the whole league has had to shift with so many players going overseas but the amount of talent we have in our squad is incredible and to see these younger players playing the way we do, it’s so cool to see and I’m so happy to be a part of it,” Stott added.

Both Stott and Head Coach, Dario Vidosic, were named on in the Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) Team of the Season.

Reflecting on the achievement, Stott said: “It’s been an amazing season for us at City and Dario has led us so well so I’m super proud of him and it’s great to be in it myself.”

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