PSV Eindhoven has announced the transfer of a new exciting player for the women’s team season 2020 – 2021. The Australian player Kyah Simon (29) will play with the beginning of the new season in the Eredivisie Vrouwen in the Netherlands.
PSV Women has signed Simon for the upcoming season, where the current number one of the Dutch competition will make her debut in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. The 92-capped international of the Matildas makes the transfer from Melbourne City to PSV, where she played for the last three seasons in the W-League and became national champions. The experienced striker played for several well-known clubs like Boston Breakers, Western Sydney Wanderers and Houston Dash and is now choosing for the adventure overseas. Simon’s Australian teammate Amy Harrison from the national team is announced earlier to also join the squad of coach Sander Luiten with the upcoming season.
Simon: The Netherlands breaths football
Next to winners mentality, Simon brings a lot of experience and talent for making goals to PSV Women.
“I came here to win prizes”, tells Simon in her first reaction.
“I’m enthusiastic to be part of PSV. The atmosphere, the facilities and club are speaking to the imagination. I was looking for a new challenge for a while now. Europe, and the Netherlands particularly, breaths football. PSV is a club with an illustrious history and is making big steps with women’s football. All that together, this feels like the challenge I was looking for!’’
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