Man City's Ellen White Insists She Would 'Understand If The Season Is Cancelled'

Manchester City's Ellen White is hoping the "crazy" Women's Super League season will be completed when the coronavirus lockdown is lifted.
But she is adamant the top priority is for people to stay at home and help beat the virus – and if that means the season has to be cancelled she would understand.

In the meantime White is passing time on a personalised training programme as well as studying in detail other prolific strikers such as Erling Haaland, Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy.
And the England international has also been playing Lego, watching US sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine and trying to avoid watching episodes of Friends.

When asked about her views on the WSL season, White said: 

First and foremost I just want everyone to be healthy.

I think everyone would love to finish the season. But we totally understand if that was not to be.

Football is one thing, but everyone's health and well-being is the top priority.

It's been a pretty crazy season already, it's a massive fight for who is going to win the league. It's definitely been the most exciting (season) so far, but we'd all understand if it wasn't meant to be.

To get motivated was challenging. It's quite lonely. When you're not with the team it is quite weird.

The thing I miss is being around my team-mates, the banter and obviously the training. I really enjoy the training. I do love game day. It's been really strange.

I made some Lego, which I'm pretty proud of to be fair, it took me a while.
We've been going back to watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It's really funny and easy to watch and there are loads of episodes.

City are currently leading the WSL by one point from Chelsea, with their London rivals having a game in hand. It all pointed to a thrilling final few weeks until Covid-19 forced all sport to stop.

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