Kelley O’Hara is no stranger to New York and New Jersey. In 2013, the inaugural season of the National Women’s Soccer League, she joined the team then known as Sky Blue FC. Now, six years after she left the team, O’Hara is back at NJ/NY Gotham FC – and she couldn’t be happier.
“It was a reason I wanted to come back. I started my NWSL career in New Jersey/New York for [what is now] a very different club and organization,” O’Hara exclusively told The Equalizer. “Watching from afar since I left in 2017, I’ve gotten to see the evolution of this club and the good things that they are doing, including the things that I wanted back when I was here with Sky Blue.”
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