Renowned coach Marc Skinner extends contract with Manchester United Women, securing future success

Marc Skinner, boss of Manchester United Women, extended his contract after leading the team to victory in the Women’s FA Cup. The 41-year-old signed on for another year, with the possibility of an additional 12 months.

Last weekend, Skinner guided United to their first major trophy, defeating Tottenham in the Women’s FA Cup final. Despite currently ranking fifth in the Women’s Super League, a significant drop from last season’s second place finish, Skinner will continue in his role.

Skinner, who took over in 2021, expressed his delight at remaining with Manchester United. He emphasized his strong connection to the club, its players, staff, and supporters.

Winning the team’s first significant trophy at Wembley stands out as a career highlight for Skinner, showcasing their continuous progress both on and off the pitch.

To conclude their season, United will face Chelsea on Saturday. Chelsea leads Manchester City in goal difference as they head into the final day of the competition.

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