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Molly Clark

Position:
Midfielder
Date of birth:
22nd August 1991
Nationality:
English
Previous clubs:
Portsmouth

Molly Clark joined AFC Bournemouth ahead of the 2020/21 season.

Clark, who has represented Team GB at beach football, has an impressive CV, turning out for Bristol City in the Women’s Super League and playing her part as the side reached the 2011 Women’s FA Cup final.

Additionally, the midfielder turned out for Yeovil in the 2015 WSL Spring Series, has more than 100 appearances for fellow south coast outfit Portsmouth, plus experience playing for West Ham United during their rise up the leagues.

She had an immediate impact for Steve Cuss’ side on her debut, scoring a hat-trick as the Cherries won 10-1 against Eastleigh in the FA Cup on the opening day of the season.

Last year, despite the season being halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Clark still bagged 19 goals as the Cherries reached the first round proper of the FA Cup for just the second time in its history and reached the semi-finals of the Subsidiary Cup.

Clark not only plays for the club, but she also works for AFC Bournemouth too, taking up a role in the Community Sports Trust as a girls and women's development officer.

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