MANCHESTER UNITED have come a long way since dreaming of Women's Super League stardom when the club was built from scratch just TWO years ago. The Red Devils have enjoyed a meteoric rise – becoming the fourth best side in England in just their first top-flight season and attracting some of the biggest names in the game. Former England and Arsenal legend Casey Stoney, 38, has been at the helm of the club since it was reformed in 2018 after a 13-year hiatus. ⚽ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford She had just four weeks before pre-season to build a whole team, recruit her backroom staff and attract 21 players. But it didn't take her long to capture the imagination of the fans and her squad when the club stormed to the Championship title in the 2018/19 season, with 18 wins in 20 games. United ace Lucy Staniforth, who played for Birmingham at the time, saw her ex-teammate and pal win the hearts and minds of Manchester in just weeks. The midfielder, 28, forged a reunion with Stoney after arriving at United this summer on a two-year deal. She said: "I thought United… Read full this story
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