Birmingham City: Northern Ireland's Rebecca Holloway joins Women's Super League side

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Birmingham City finished fourth in the WSL table last season

Versatile Northern Ireland international Rebecca Holloway has joined Women's Super League side Birmingham City.

The 23-year-old arrives from Nashville Rhythm in the United States' Women's Premier Soccer League.

She has previous English top-flight experience with Bristol Academy.

Holloway adds flexibility to Marta Tejedor's Blues squad, with an ability to play in central midfield, as a winger or full-back.

Her arrival follows a number of high-profile exits, with full-back Paige Williams failing to agree a new deal and defender Aoife Mannion leaving to join Manchester City, while England midfielder Lucy Staniforth has submitted a transfer request.

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