Reds Goalkeeper Raising Money In Memory Of Brother

Canadian-born, Nottingham Forest Women’s shot-stopper, Aja Aguirre, is to undertake a Glasgow-Nottingham cycling challenge in memory of her older brother, Xavier, who, in July last year, suddenly, and tragically passed away, having contracted the rare disease known as Amyloidosis. A disorder that is said to be that rare that most medical students and physicians alike…

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Happy International Women’s Day – Hewitt & Tudor

“It’s the small things that makes a big change.” This International Women’s Day, 2021, the Nottingham Sport caught up with several of Nottinghamshire’s finest, sporting ladies, to chat about this years’ theme #ChooseToChallenge. Here, we chat with Nottingham Forest Women’s duo Georgia Hewitt and Sophie Tudor, about their thoughts around experiences, gender bias, inclusivity, and…

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Legally Blondes – Part Two

Alongside teammate Olivia Cook, Beeston-born 19-year-old attacker, Katie Middleton, is also studying a Law degree, the difference here being that Katie’s is an LLB (Hons) Law with Criminology programme, at Nottingham Trent University. They both share a burgeoning passion for true crime/crime dramas, and both harbour strong aspirations to progress along their chosen career paths,…

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From Wembley To Psychology – With A Few Broken Bones

There’s a rather wise head on the young shoulders of Nottingham Forest Women defender, Laura Jayne O’Neill, and rightly so considering what she’s already accomplished in her youthful years. Having recently celebrated her birthday (December 1), LJ as she’s known, did so with an examination, of the educational kind, after all she’s got somewhat of…

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