‘Sullivan, what’s the score?’

Jack Sullivan, son of David Sullivan, is the Managing Director of West Ham Women’s FC. His team are now seemingly safe from relegation and are in the quarter finals of the FA Women’s League Cup, and playing against lower league Manchester United W.F.C. But are they just that bit too confident? Meanwhile there’s some new faces arriving at the club and they come with international experience too.

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