Gorry to join FC Kansas City
Matildas and Brisbane Roar W-League midfielder Katrina Gorry has agreed to spend the Westfield W-League off-season in America with National Women’s Soccer League side FC Kansas City.
Matildas and Brisbane Roar W-League player Katrina Gorry has agreed to join National Women-s Soccer League side FC Kansas City for the Westfield W-League off-season.
Gorry, who was Brisbane-s Westfield W-League Player of the Year in the 2012/13 season, will join the US side in June following the Westfield Matildas- AFC Asian Cup campaign in Vietnam.
"I'm very excited about my signing with FC Kansas City," Gorry said via a press release.
"It will be an amazing experience mixing with and playing alongside some of the best players in the world.
I've heard so many good things about the club and players so I'm really looking forward to getting over there."
Gorry will be added to the Kansas playing roster pending the receipt of her P-1 visa and International Transfer Certificate (ITC).
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