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Northern Ireland international Kim Turner returned to City in 2013 for her second spell at the club.

The midfielder started her career at hometown club Belfast United before moving to America as part of a cross-community project called Belfast Together.

Turner studied at the University of Southern Mississippi, whilst playing for the Southern Miss Golden Eagles. She remained at the club for four seasons before signing for the Claremont Stars, who were competing in the Women’s Premier Soccer League in 2007.

Following her extended stay in the States, the midfielder opted for a move to Iceland, joining Grindavík.

Unfortunately, Turner suffered a major injury during her time there and so the move was unsuccessful. In 2009, she transferred to England, where she joined City for her first spell.

Her stay lasted for just one season though as Blackburn Rovers Ladies soon revealed their interest in signing her.

After three years and 35 appearances with the Lancashire outfit, Turner returned to City where she hopes to stay and fight for her place, as the Blues hope to contend for their first piece of silverware.

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