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Karen Hills and Juan Amoros: Tottenham Hotspur Women co-bosses' journey to the WSL

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Hills and co-head coach Juan Amoros, who arrived in 2011, have overseen the steep rise of the club - now called Tottenham Hotspur Women - to the Women's Super League.

When Karen Hills first took charge of Spurs Ladies in 2007, the set-up was so primitive that she was asked to drive the minibus.

Her players took their own kit home to wash each week.

"I remember when the girls took all their shirts home all the time and I got asked to pick up sandwiches," Hills told BBC Sport, after her side were watched by a WSL high of 38,262 fans at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 17 November.

Through more live women's sport available to watch across the BBC in 2019, complemented by our journalism, we are aiming to turn up the volume on women's sport and alter perceptions.

By Hills' side for the past nine seasons has been Spanish coach Amoros, who added: "Nine years ago, we had a dream.

It was a landscape that typified traditional grassroots football in the fifth tier of the women's game.
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