- Striker missed the Women’s World Cup due to an injury
- Returned home to play in the A-League Women
- Huge signing for relaunched Mariners
Matildas champion Kyah Simon has signed with the relaunched Central Coast Mariners for the 2023/24 A-League Women competition, one of the biggest signings in the competition’s history.
Kyah Simon, pictured ahead of the Women’s World Cup, brings an international flavor to the A-League Women competition
“I’m really happy to have signed for Central Coast and to be able to play in the A-League here in Australia again. As Mariners was my first A-League club in the first season, they have always had a special place in my heart and for me it has come full circle,” said Simon.
“The closer I got to this decision, the more it felt right for a number of reasons. After a very difficult period of about ten months, it was a priority of mine to be somewhere where I felt supported and to be in an environment surrounded by the best medical care and resources.
“I can’t wait to get on the field with the girls and hopefully I can help the team in any way I can to make this season a special and unforgettable one.”
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