This week we have been taking a look at what the Brighton & Hove Albion women’s team do off the pitch, as well as where they have been prior to their Albion careers.
After finding out about the rest of the squad, now we look at the goalscorers, the strikers.
Click here for the goalkeepers' profiles.
Click here for the defenders' profiles.
Click here for the midfielders' profiles.
Fulgence has hit 20-Plus goals in almost every season since 2007, firstly during a goal-laden spell with Ebbsfleet, where she was top scorer IN every season, before continuing her fine form at Gillingham. The striker joined Albion at the start of last season, but due to an anterior cruciate ligament injury in 2014 she didn't feature much for the Albion. Off the field, the striker works in a Dental hospital in London as a Clinic Clerk, spending her time travelling between London and Brighton. Fulgence has now joined the Sussex County FA’s Children & Young People Ambassador Programme.
Stenning is well known around the club having been working for the Albion in the Community (AITC) for a number of years, and the forward’s return to the women’s team was welcomed in the summer of 2015. The striker is now in her second spell with the Seagulls having left to join Millwall Lionessess in the WSL 2 division in 2014. Stenning was top scorer for Brighton in the 2012/13 season before leaving for Millwall halfway through the 2013/14 campaign. She still works for AITC in their football development department, and was instrumental in encouraging more women and girls to participate in football through her Zumba® Fitness Football classes.
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23-year-old Taylor can play upfront or in defence and is another player who came with James Marrs from Gillingham last summer, having spent five years with the Kent club. She was part of the Gills team that enjoyed their most successful season in their history, winning the Kent and Ryman cups while also finishing second in the league. Taylor has represented her county on numerous occasions and was rewarded for her hard work with the 2014 Kent County Player of the Season Award. Off the field she is a supervisor, for the running retailer, Sweatshop, aiding customers with different running needs and she is also a qualified personal trainer.
Natkiel joined Brighton in the summer having previously been on loan with the club in the 2013/14 season. Natkiel has played for both Arsenal and Watford centre of excellences and over the years she has been a county cup winner twice and a regional cup winner twice. The striker made her debut for Watford Ladies at 16 and for the past two years she has played in the WSL 2, where she has been top scorer in both seasons. The former Watford forward has earned a degree in Sport and Exercise Science and is a football coach at present.
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