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Former Chelsea Women goalkeeper Lizzie Durack left the team over the summer to pursue a career in finance, and now works in Goldman Sachs’ Prime Brokerage Division, BBC News reported.
Durack called the increased pay “a consequence, rather than a reason” for the move, adding she reached a point in her soccer career where she achieved “a certain amount that I was happy with.”
The former goalkeeper played professionally for Everton before joining Chelsea in 2018. Her year with the team saw a third-place finish in the FA Women’s Super League.
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Chelsea Women goalkeeper Lizzie Durack wasn’t on the soccer field when the team started a new season of the FA Women’s Super League Sunday. That’s because she’s moved on to a new role at Goldman Sachs, BBC News reported.
The 25-year-old quit one of league’s top teams over the summ
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