Fara Williams: Former England and Studying midfielder first WSL Corridor of Fame inductee

Fara Williams holds the report for probably the most Lionesses caps

Former England and Studying midfielder Fara Williams has develop into the primary inductee within the Ladies’s Tremendous League Corridor of Fame.

Williams performed in each WSL season earlier than her retirement on the finish of the final marketing campaign.

England girls’s report cap holder final performed for Studying however gained two WSL titles throughout her time at Liverpool.

“I’m delighted that Fara is our first inductee,” stated chair of the WSL Corridor of Fame panel Kelly Simmons.

“She is a kind of gamers that may do one thing particular once you least count on it, and due to that – in addition to having been an ever current within the Barclays FA Ladies’s Tremendous League previous to her retirement – the panel was unanimous in her being inducted.

“Not solely was she an unbelievable participant however she is a superb individual, and she or he is absolutely deserving of her induction into the inaugural Barclays FA Ladies’s Tremendous League Corridor of Fame. Congratulations, Fara.”

Williams, who additionally had spells at Everton and Arsenal, had the fourth all-time highest assists (28) and the second highest quantity of probabilities (266) within the league earlier than the present season.

Her final match was a 5-0 defeat to Chelsea in Might, and the 37-year-old now works as a coach and pundit.

Three extra gamers might be inducted into the Corridor of Fame earlier than Thursday lunchtime.

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