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Bristol City duo sign new contracts

Bristol City Women have announced that Belgian Striker Yana Daniëls and defender Jasmine Matthews have signed new contracts at the club.

Daniëls has scored 2 goals in 14 appearance in the Women’s Super League for the Robins this season.

She also has made 44 appearances for the Belgian National side and has hit 7 goals for her country.

Matthews has featured 13 times this season as Tanya Oxtoby’s side sit 10th in the table with 9 points.

Matthews is currently in her 10th season with City Women and by committing to a new contract, she will equal club captain, Loren Dykes as the longest serving player at Bristol City.

We’re delighted Yana has signed a new deal at Bristol City. She has become an integral part of our team since rejoining the club in the summer and her versatility and willingness to take on things outside her comfort zone to help the group this season has been exceptional”, said Oxtoby.

“Her understanding and belief in what we’re trying to achieve as a club both now and next season meant she was an essential piece of the puzzle for our success next season.

“Having returned to the club after a year away, she has slotted straight back into life at Bristol City and I’m excited to see how much further she can develop next season.”

Daniels added: “I’m delighted to extend my stay at Bristol City Women and look forward to continuing to develop my game under Tanya Oxtoby and the coaches here at the club.

“This club is on an exciting journey with a great group of girls and I just need to keep working hard, improving my game to help the team in any way I can.”

Matthews added: “I’m really happy to have signed a new deal at Bristol City. Ever since returning to the club in the summer it has felt like I’ve come home and I’m grateful for the opportunity to extend my time at the club.

City won last time out away at Birmingham City thanks to a Ebony Salmon goal with 15 minutes of the game remaining.

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