London City Lionesses forward Lily Agg is believed to be making good progress in her bid to return to fitness from a depressed fracture according to an update provided on the club’s official website earlier today.
The 26-year-old Brighton-born attacker suffered her injury blow back in August and has been sidelined ever since.
An update has been provided on Agg’s fitness via the London City Lionesses’ official website. It is understood that the former Arsenal and Charlton Athletic player is in the final stage of her rehabilitation and Agg could be in a position to return to the training pitch soon after the FA Women’s Championship hopefully resumes next month.
The striker started her senior career with hometown club Brighton & Hove Albion whom she represented in two spells either side of short period with Millwall Lionesses. Agg then joined Cardiff Met where she experienced playing in the early stages of the UEFA Women’s Champions League before enjoying time with Bristol City, German club 1. FFC Frankfurt and Charlton Athletic.
With London City Lionesses having launched their franchise in the summer, Agg opted to move to Princes Park to link-up with The Pride. She appeared in early fixtures against London Bees and Aston Villa prior to her injury blow.