Casey Stoney was abused for being linked with the vacancy at National League club Wrexham…
Stoney guided Man Utd Women to the Championship title in 2018 during their first season as a professional outfit.
“When I see my player racially abused online I will stand up and I won’t accept it. I have a duty of care for them.”
“I think we’ve missed a massive opportunity. Again, we’re so short-sighted in the women’s game.”
“Casey’s playing the way that United should… oh, yeah.” Also in the Mailbox: Revisionism over Rafa, and pet names…
Casey Stoney has joined “the biggest club club in the world” as Man United’s women’s manager.
Casey Stoney has announced her retirement from playing in order to take a role in Phil Neville’s backroom staff.