WSL players have mentally ‘checked out’ and want season to end, says agent

  • ‘They do not want to restart, 100%,’ says Sam Kerr’s agent
  • Alan Naigeon criticises clubs for giving players mixed messages

Fears of a stop-start return to action has left many Women’s Super League players mentally “checked out” and desperate for the season to be ended, according to a leading women’s football agent.

A&V Sports’ Alan Naigeon believes not knowing the future of the season and mixed messages from clubs have compounded the problems facing the game. “We’re getting to a point where a lot of players are just losing their motivation,” said Naigeon, whose agency represents Ada Hegerberg and Sam Kerr.

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