THERE was a time she stared in Bathurst City Panthers colours, but now when you talk about Erica Halloway and soccer it's all about the red and black of Western Sydney Wanderers.
This week it was announced the talented forward who once called Proctor Park home turf had signed on for her seventh season of W-League with the Wanderers.
It's a relationship which began in 2015 and six years later, Halloway has played in close to 60 matches in the red and black and scored seven goals
Halloway said it was an honour to continue her football journey at the club.
"The Wanderers are a family to me and it means the world to me to be able to represent the red and black," Halloway said.
"I have always said I will only ever play for one club so I'm delighted to re-sign for my seventh season.
"We're expecting a big season at the club under head coach Catherine Cannuli and I can't wait to get to work with the team to achieve the goals we have set out for ourselves."
Cannuli was delighted to have Halloway on deck for another season now she has well and truly recovered from an anterior cruciate ligament injury she suffered in 2019-20.
"Erica's belief, loyalty, and passion for the club has been incredible," Cannuli said.
"She is a true leader, calm and confident in her ability to help the team on the pitch and help shape the next generation of Wanderers and we are very proud to have her back for another season with the club."
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