She was praised by the club's general manager, Vic Akers: "She remains a key part of the team and her ability and experience will be invaluable in the season ahead." As of 30 December 2016 Yankey was released by Arsenal at the end of her Contract.Yankey became arguably the most famous female footballer in England.The two-time gold medalist, Mitts have amassed over 100 caps for the national team and she is married to NFL quarterback A. As the picture shows, Osborne has a sponsorship deal with German sportswear company Puma, which she secured by simply introducing herself to Puma’s North American headquarters.
Yankey, who was captain for the night, scored a goal and played the entire 90 minutes as England won 3–0.
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One of the first England players to gain a central contract in 2009, Unitt has represented England at three European Championships and two World Cups: injuries prevented at least two other major tournament appearances.
The FA's International Player of The Year in 20, Unitt became one of the women's games most recognisable players as the success and popularity of the England side grew during the 2000s.
Rachel Aba Yankey, OBE (born 1 November 1979) is an English footballer who plays for the England national team.
She plays as a left winger or forward, and wears the number 11 for England.
She joined Birmingham City before the 2004–05 season, and then, after being released from Birmingham, rejoined Arsenal for the 2005–06 season after a short spell with the New Jersey Wildcats of the W-League in the United States.
Yankey, along with England teammate Rachel Unitt, played for the Wildcats for the last seven games of the season, and helped them win the W-League championship.
Yankey's senior playing career began at the age of 16, playing for Arsenal, when she spent a short time on loan with Laval Dynamites, a Canadian team, and then moved to Fulham in 2000.