Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji
English Women’s Super League (WSL) club, Tottenham has announced that Women’s First Team Head Coach Rehanne Skinner has been relieved of her duties.
Having joined us in November 2020, following a spell as Assistant Head Coach of the England national team, Rehanne guided us to an eighth-place finish in the Women’s Super League in 2020/21, before lifting us to fifth – our highest-ever placing in the WSL – along with a spot in the semi-finals of the Continental League Cup during another season of progress in 2021/2022.
Rehanne departs with the team in 10th position following Sunday’s defeat to Liverpool.
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Andy Rogers, Managing Director of Tottenham Hotspur Women, said on the club website: “Since joining us in 2020, Rehanne has played an integral role in our development in the women’s game, both on and off the field. She has carried out her duties with the utmost professionalism and attention to detail, and we should like to thank her for everything she has done for us over the course of her tenure.”
Assistant Head Coach Vicky Jepson will take the team for Wednesday’s home fixture against Leicester City.
Tottenham Interim Head Coach Vicky Jepson spoke to the media ahead of our WSL game against Leicester.
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“We have a lot of quality within our squad, and they need to re-group and be ready to perform tomorrow at their best level.”
The team has lost its last five games in all competitions since the 5-0 thrashing of London City Lionesses in the FA Cup in February.
It suffered defeats to Chelsea FC, Manchester United, Reading, Manchester City, and Liverpool.
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