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International Women's Day 2022: Breaking the bias with NCWFC captain Millie Daviss

International Women's Day 2022: Breaking the bias with NCWFC captain Millie Daviss

Norwich City captain Millie Daviss was only five years old when she first started attending games at Carrow Road, and she enjoyed watching Darren Huckerby wow the crowds with his jinking runs forward. Her journey into women’s football, having found an all-girls team near her home in Gorleston, probably presented fewer obstacles than other girls growing up at that time, but it was not without its challenges.

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I think it is such a good opportunity for this female team. I think we are going to have so much support now and I think that it is important to push on with the things that are already in place.

Millie Daviss

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