Motherwell Ladies have added another two signings to their squad ahead of the 2018 SWPL2 campaign.
Kirsty McLaughlin and Suzanne Mulvey have joined Eddie Wolecki Black’s side, becoming the seventh and eighth players to join the club in the off season.
Mulvey, 33, is a forward who was last with top flight side Celtic.
She has earned 31 Scotland caps in a career which has also taken her to Icelandic side IBV, Sunderland and Glasgow City amongst others.
Midfielder McLaughlin, 30, counts Glasgow City, Hibernian and Spartans amongst her former clubs. She has also been capped by Scotland at youth level.
“We’ve again added players with real experience to bolster the squad,” said the manager.
In Suzanne we are arguably getting the best striker currently playing in Scotland.
“She is a potent threat and we have seen her hit the net in pre season already.
“She is a handful. She’s quick, aggressive and knows the way to goal. I am convinced she will score plenty goals for us.
“Kirsty will bring a good range of passing to the team. I am delighted to get the chance to work with her again, having also managed her at Glasgow City. She brings years of top flight experience to the team.
“We are still looking to add to the squad before the season starts.”
The pair join Kerry Montgomery, Emma Black, Stephanie Knox, Sammy Hare, Claire Johnstone and Ashley Nicolson in moving to Motherwell.
Wolecki Black’s side face Falkirk in a friendly on Sunday at the Falkirk Stadium.
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