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PremierLeague-News.Com - The club's development side have had a hugely successful season.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Livingston Women’s Development team cruised to the SWFL Central/South East title this season. They’ve won 18 of their 21 league matches played, sitting 13 points clear heading into Sunday’s final game. But it will take a few years for head coach Jamie Williamson to properly judge just how successful a season it’s been. That’s because, as vital as all those wins are, the club’s true measure of success will be in seeing how many players make the step up to first-team football with the senior women’s side. The senior Lionesses are currently going great guns in the third tier SWF Championship and Williamson is confident there’s a string of players in his team who could play their part for Paul Jaconelli’s outfit this term. The connection between the two clubs is crucial for continued growth and success and Williamson says he’s delighted to be playing his part – and seeing his team crowned champions. Speaking to the Courier, he said: “I’m hugely proud of the team and we’ve had a great season. Standards have been high and they’ve performed at a brilliant level throughout the campaign. Read More Related Articles West Lothian boxing club youngsters shine on the national stage Read More Related Articles Linlithgow Rose ace Mark Stowe has Ibrox Scottish Cup dream but won't look further than Sauchie “The facilities that we have access to are incredible and we want to utilise that in terms of how we play. That’s brought difficulties at times on some away games but credit to the girls because they’ve always tried to play great football. “Sometimes it was a case of digging deep but they’ve done really well.” He added: “The remit and guidelines from Paul were clear. Yes, you obivously want to win games and win titles, but our job is ultimately to create the next batch of players for the senior team.
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. I believe we’ve got girls who can make that step up and myself and Paul chat pretty much every week. He knows what we’ve got within this team. “I want to see as many girls as possible take that next step and be the future of Livingston.” The squad is a mixture of young talent hoping to catch the eye of the first team with a sprinkling of more experienced players who have already had that taste but need regular football.
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