‘Hardest Decision Of My Career’ – Aston Villa Coach After Stepping Down

Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji

Aston Villa women’s coach, Carla Ward says the decision to step down at the end of the season was the hardest of her coaching career.

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She announced her stepping down after three seasons with the club on Friday.

“The step down from my post at Aston Villa has been the hardest decision of my managerial career but I know it is the right one for my family and I,” Ward said in a statement.

“Managing a great club like Aston Villa has been a full-throttle job and I have always given the role a whole 100% dedication.

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"However, I now believe it is the right time for me to prioritize other important things such as my daughter and the rest of my family." She concluded.

She takes charge of the team's last two games in the league before stepping down.


Aston Villa manager, Ward is to step down from the role of the English Women's Super League (WSL) club at the end of the season.

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Ward will leave her position as the Villa manager at the end of the season after three seasons in charge.

The team finished ninth in her first season and fifth place finish last season.

They are seventh at the moment with 21 points from their 20 games. This weekend, the team will go to Brighton for one of their final two league games of the season and that would be it for Ward at the club.

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