MISS KICK ARTICLE WITH THE MANC

MISS KICK ARTICLE WITH THE MANC
MISS KICK
MISS KICK
“Growing up I was always given a boys’ kit to train in and felt like I had fewer opportunities just because I was a girl."
Being local to Manchester, we thought to collaborate with one of Manchester most read publishers, The Manc. With it's up to date stories and modern take on news, we took the opportunity to expand Manchester's awareness on Miss Kick. Click the link below to read an overview on Women's football right now, where Miss Kick came from and what we are up to!

 

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