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Darcy Guy departs Stadium MK

Goalkeeper joins Peterborough United...

13 October 2023

Club News

Darcy Guy departs Stadium MK

Goalkeeper joins Peterborough United...

13 October 2023

MK Dons Women can confirm the departure of goalkeeper Darcy Guy, who has joined Peterborough United.

Guy, 18, joined the Club’s then-Regional Talent Centre at the age of 11 from local grassroots club, City Belles FC. Initially completing a trial as a forward, whereby she was unsuccessful, Guy later showcased her ability at the other end of the pitch and during her four-year spell within the RTC, Guy impressed, attracting the interest of England.

Upon turning 16, Guy was invited to train with the first team while she also featured for the MK Dons Women Under-23s. In only her second season, Guy was awarded with the responsibility of Under-23s captain and she helped lead them to a successful league and cup campaign, achieving a second-placed finish in the FAWNL Reserve South East and Central Division as well as losing narrowly in the Semi Finals of the FA WNL Reserve Cup to eventual winners, Oxford United Development.

During the 2022/23 campaign, Guy made her competitive debut for the first team, starting in the 1-1 draw with Bridgwater United at Fairfax Park. She also played in the 11-2 Berks and Bucks FA County Cup victory over Chesham United.

Head Coach Charlie Bill told mkdons.com: “Darcy has been a fantastic servant for this Football Club. She has put in years of hard work to strive for improvement and seeing Darcy develop both on and off the pitch has been so pleasing to see, especially seeing her transition from the RTC into the Women's first team.

“She has created so many memories at this Football Club and will always be thankful for the dedication she has shown. She is a big part of the family here and we will all be following her journey. We wish her all the best with Peterborough, where I have no doubt she will flourish and compete for the number 1 spot.”

Goalkeeper Coach Ethan Wallbank commented: “It has been a massive pleasure to have worked with Darcy over the past five years, whereby she has developed both on and off the pitch.

“When I started working with Darcy, it was clear that she was a highly-driven individual, who has worked incredibly hard to earn some fantastic opportunities at MK Dons Women. She will no-doubt be an asset to Peterborough United and I am looking forward to keeping an eye on Darcy’s development, and wish her the best of luck in her next steps.”

The Club would like to place on record a massive thank you to Darcy for her contributions to MK Dons Women since joining as an Under 12. She departs with the best wishes of everyone for her new endeavours.


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