West Ham Ladies captain Stacey Little hopes the Hammers will be able to leave last season’s disappointments behind them when they begin their campaign under the guidance of club legend Julian Dicks.
The Ladies endured a torrid season last campaign, finishing second from bottom in the FA Women’s Premier League Southern Division, and saw senior players Becky Merritt and Toni Anne Wayne and manager Mark Saunderson quit the club.
But a strong end to the campaign with a Essex County Cup victory, and the appointment of Dicks as manager, has created a positive vibe and atmosphere around the club and Little reckons the Hammers will be able to use last season’s lows to fire them up the league.
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