Glasgow City are delighted to announce the signing of Eilish McSorley who comes back for her second spell at the club.
McSorley, who previously spent 6 years with City, departed for Sweden in 2015 to sign for Mallbackens IF on a professional contract. After one season with the Scandinavian side, she unfortunately suffered an ankle injury which has kept her out of the game since.
Commenting on signing for City, the 24 year old Scottish international said, “I am excited to have returned to Glasgow City, especially after such a long time out of the game. I cannot thank the club enough for taking me on and helping me to rebuild my career. Hopefully I can return the favour by helping the team land even more winners trophies and be successful in the Champions League this season. I cannot wait to get started.”
Glasgow City Head Coach, Scott Booth said, We are delighted to bring Eilish to the club. She trained with us a number of times before signing and despite not being fully fit yet, she has still been able to show her quality. We are always looking to bring top players to Glasgow City and Eilish is exactly that. Hopefully she will regain full match fitness over the coming weeks and help us in our attempts to have a successful campaign.”
Eilish joins the City squad for the visit of third in the table Spartans this Sunday as City play their first match back home at Petershill Park. The match is a 2pm kick off. Entry is £5 adult, £2 U16s.
Kodie and Brogan Hay depart the Champions
Glasgow City can announce that forwards Kodie Hay and sister Brogan Hay have departed the club.
Both girls rose through the ranks of the Academy and achieved what very few players manage, and make it all the way to the first team. In Brogan, she wrote her name in the history books becoming the first City player to score at all competitive age levels for the club.
Commenting, City Head Coach, Scott Booth said, “It is with much disappointment that Kodie and Brogan Hay have decided to leave the club. However, I understand that they both want to have more game time at first team level and feel that moving is their best option to achieve this. I would like to thank both of them for their time at Glasgow City and wish them every success moving forward.”
Brogan Hay said, “I am sad to be leaving Glasgow City as it is a club where I have come from Under 13s to first team, created amazing memories that will stay with me for forever, made great friends and met some terrific people. Glasgow City has made me the player that I am today, but for the time being, moving on from the club I feel is what I need to do for my career. Thank you to everyone involved in my journey throughout these past years at City. I wish the club all the best for the rest of the season and for the Champions League campaign.”
Kodie Hay said, “To leave Glasgow City is an incredibly hard decision for me but one I feel is right to go on and enjoy new experiences elsewhere. I have made countless amazing memories at the club over the past 6 years that will stay with me for forever. I would like to thank everyone at Glasgow City for all of their help over the years and I wish the girls the best of luck for the rest of the season, especially in Kazakhstan.”