Thursday, November 28, 2019

Manchester United star joins Triple S…

Triple S Sports & Entertainment Group are delighted to announce that Manchester United Women’s Amy Turner has signed with the group’s Sports Management business.

The twenty-eight-year-old tough tackling defender joined United in 2018 upon the reintroduction of the women’s team and is the current PFA Fans Player of the Month after a number of impressive performances as part of a defence that has conceded just 4 goals in 10 games this season and went the entire month of October without conceding.

Amy started her senior career at Doncaster Belles in 2011, before spells at Leeds, Sheffield and Lincoln. In 2014, she joined Notts County for its inaugural season in the WSL where she went on to spend three seasons, being shortlisted for the PFA Young Player of the Year in 2015.

Her career was halted in late 2016 after suffering a knee injury that kept her out of the game for 15 months before making a comeback with Liverpool in January 2018. She went on to make 6 appearances before signing for Manchester United the following July where she played a key role, making 24 appearances and scoring 2 goals across all competitions as the red devils won the FA Women’s Championship title, earning promotion to the Women’s Super League at the first attempt.

Amy holds 4 full international caps for England, making her debut against Australia in March 2015 and also represented the Lionesses at Under 23 level.

Paul Stretford, Managing Director of Triple S Sports & Entertainment Group said “We have been following Amy’s progress with Manchester United for some time now and we are delighted that she has chosen Triple S Sports Management to represent her.

The signing of Amy further exemplifies our commitment to the women’s professional game alongside Toni Duggan (Atletico Madrid & England) and Melissa Lawley (Liverpool & England).

On behalf of everybody at Triple S Group I would like to welcome Amy and look forward to working together as she continues to progress in her career.”