Following today’s decision to terminate the FA Women’s Championship season with immediate effect, Lee Sanders has written to supporters:
With football currently on an indefinite hiatus, we caught up with manager Lee Sanders and first-team captain Sarah Wilson to find out how the club are coping in the current climate – both on and off the pitch.
Durham manager Lee Sanders spoke of his immense pride after Durham Women’s FA Cup exit at the hands of Bristol City.
With our quintet of injured players all on the road to recovery, we caught up with club physiotherapist Nat Gutteridge to find out how they’re getting on.
Lee Sanders has hailed an excellent second half performance from his side at London City Lionesses – but insists there is no time to dwell on past successes.
Club Physiotherapist Nat Gutteridge offers an update on Durham Women’s current injury list – and when we could see some of our first-team players return.
Lee Sanders was full of praise for his Durham Women players and stated the need to replicate their performance against Chelsea in their final five league fixtures.
Manager Lee Sanders is looking ahead with optimism as Durham Women prepare to look to build-on a positive 2018 as the new year begins.
Durham Women FC manager Lee Sanders is honoured on behalf of all the staff to receive the League Managers’ Association (LMA) award for December 2018.
Lee Sanders has offered his thoughts on a ‘strong’ 2018 for Durham Women – and reflected on some of the high points of another memorable year.