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Video: Pharoah on challenging return to pitch
Southampton FC Women's Sophia Pharoah talks through Reading defeat.
Five goals from the Women's glittering season
A glance at some of the Women's goals from this season.
Video: Pharoah reacts to Bridgwater win
Sophia Pharoah on the important away victory.
Video: Spacey-Cale on Chichester win
The boss reflects on Saints' victory.
Sophia Pharoah BiographyLast updated 24 Apr 2023
Sophia Pharoah is another of Marieanne Spacey-Cale's attacking options, with an ability to create and score goals from out wide and through the middle.
Pharoah started out at Hampshire's Centre of Excellence at the age of 8, before joining Southampton's Regional Talent Centre nine years later.
On the international stage she has represented England at every age group between Under-16s and Under-19s.
Following a brief spell at Brighton she return to Saints ahead of the 2019/20 season, listing one of her best experiences at the club so far as the FA Women's National League Cup victory over Portsmouth last season.
Pharoah scored the all-important goal in the FA Women's National League Championship Play-Off final, as Marieanne Spacey-Cale's side beat Wolves at Stockport County FC to secure their place in the second tier of women's football in England for the 2022/23 season.