Assistant manager leaves Oxford United Women

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Oxford United Women finished second in FA Women's National League Southern Premier this season Picture: Darrell Fisher
Oxford United Women finished second in FA Women's National League Southern Premier this season Picture: Darrell Fisher

OXFORD United Women assistant manager Tom Hartley will leave the club this summer.

The former Arsenal coach joined the U’s in 2020 and departs after two successful seasons.

Hartley’s first campaign was heavily disrupted by Covid, with United managing just eight matches in FA Women’s National League Southern Premier.

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The U’s were second in the table when the season was curtailed.

They reached the fourth round of the Vitality Women’s FA Cup, losing in extra time to Championship side Charlton Athletic.

United finished second in Southern Premier this season, ending the campaign unbeaten at home.

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