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Hearts investing in women's team

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From The Scotsman:

Hearts have agreed to an annual six-figure investment in women’s football at the Gorgie club, with Ann Budge declaring it “the right thing to do”.

The club’s owner told shareholders at the annual general meeting that the time was right to plough more money into their women’s set up, while also building on the work already carried out at the club’s academy.

“We will be expanding our academy to fully integrate Hearts Ladies,” she stated. “We have been working with Hearts Ladies for the last couple of years and, as a project, it has gone very well. “We are now at a point where we want to fully integrate Hearts Ladies into the club. That will cost money, but we have put that to the board and they have signed off on it. “It is a six-figure investment year-on-year to make this happen but it is the right thing to do. We are approaching the final stages of appointing a manager for the team. He – and it is a he – will report to Roger [Arnott, academy manager]. Hibs, Celtic and Rangers’ female teams have all grown in stature over the past few years, with Hibs offering a consistent challenge to Scotland’s pre-eminent side Glasgow City in the SWPL.


I wonder if they'll be on the move from Dalkeith. I like the ground, but it has no proper seating so if they want to move up they'll need to fine somewhere else. If they're moving into the academy maybe they'll play at Oriam too.

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Not entirely relevant to the topic but reports are that Celtic will become first Scottish female team to go full-time in the New Year

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11 hours ago, Sergeant Wilson said:

How might it do that?

Not sure, technical director. Don't think ladies team will be full-time?

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