City on Kete:
New Zealand striker Emma Kete signed for City in July 2014 from American side Western New York Flash.
The 26-year-old City fan was no stranger to moving abroad and was eager to embark on a new chapter in her life. She has also plied her trade in her homeland, Canada, Finland, Australia and England.
Kete began her career at Three Kings United before joining Ottawa Fury Women in 2009 and FA WSL club Lincoln Ladies in 2011.
After an injury hampered her first season at the Imps, Finnish side PK-35 Vantaa secured her services and the forward became a key member of the side that went on to lift the league title and Finnish Women's Cup - her first trophies.
She would go on to collect more domestic silverware in the Australian W-League with Canberra United and Sydney FC, before her life took another turn in 2013 when she moved to German side SC 07 Bad Neuenahr.
Earlier this year, she signed for the Western New York Flash.
Born in Auckland, Kete has represented her country at international level for the Under-20s and senior squad.
In 2008, she fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming an Olympian, competing in the Beijing Games.