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Jonathan Morgan leaves position of Leicester City Women’s manager; Emile Heskey takes temporary charge

Jonathan Morgan has left his role as Leicester City Women first-team manager and Emile Heskey will prepare the team for their next match.

Morgan guided the club to the Women’s Super League for the first time last season after winning the Championship title

Leicester sit bottom of the WSL table having lost all eight of their games so far this season.


“This club has been part of mine and my family’s life for 12 years from when my sister Holly Morgan joined as a young player,” said Morgan, who was appointed Leicester manager during the 2014/15 season.

“To have taken Leicester from the Midlands Division 1 to a FAWSL club gives me nothing but pride. Earning promotion last season in the manner we did will always be a memory I can share with the fans and the city.

“This season has been disappointing, with injuries contributing to a difficult start, but we haven’t achieved the results we had hoped for.”

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Highlights of the Women’s Super League match between Leicester and Everton.

Morgan, who signed a new contract in July, was named LMA Championship Manager of the Year following Leicester’s success last season.


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Title: Jonathan Morgan leaves position of Leicester City Women’s manager; Emile Heskey takes temporary charge
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Published Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2021 10:45:00 GMT

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