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Georgia Stanway joins Bayern Munich after leaving Manchester City

England midfielder Georgia Stanway has signed for Bayern Munich after leaving Manchester City. The 23-year-old - who was out of contract this summer - has signed a three-year deal with the German club. Stanway made her senior debut for City as a 16-year-old and leaves as the club's top goalscorer...
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Northern Ireland Women 0-5 England Women: Georgia Stanway, Lauren Hemp score twice in World Cup qualifying win

Doubles from Georgia Stanway and Lauren Hemp moved England Women to the verge of the World Cup finals with a 5-0 win in Northern Ireland. Sarina Wiegman's side now need only a point from their next qualifier, against Austria in September, to seal their place in next year's competition in Australia and New Zealand, but even defeat in that game would leave them only needing to beat Luxembourg in their final game to progress.
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Georgia Stanway at the double as Man City continue winning run

Georgia Stanway scored twice to help Manchester City maintain their momentum in the Women’s Super League with a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa. The England international’s double took her tally for the season to seven as Gareth Taylor’s side made it five wins in a row in all competitions.
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Georgia Stanway reveals she received abusive messages online after red card

Manchester City’s Georgia Stanway has revealed she received abusive messages on social media after her dismissal in Saturday’s derby against Manchester United England forward Stanway was shown a straight red card by referee Rebecca Welch 10 minutes before half-time in the 2-2 draw for her challenge on United winger Leah Galton.Stanway said on Twitter she was sorry for her dismissal and that there “was absolutely no malice intended” when she made the tackle.pic.twitter.com/pSLyRWXo4u— Georgia Stanway (@StanwayGeorgia) October 10, 2021“I’m glad Leah was OK and able to carry on with the game,” Stanway wrote.“A huge thank you to my Man City...
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