Mollie Green


A versatile midfielder who can play in a variety of roles.

Although naturally a no.10, Green has also put in fantastic performances from the wing and in a deeper midfield role. She joined the Reds from Everton, with whom she won the 2017 Spring Series. Green was one of Casey Stoney’s first signings at the club and has represented England at under-age level.

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