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Carly is an English international football goalkeeper from County Durham. She currently plays for Notts County Ladies, with whom she signed in December 2013.

Prior to moving to Notts County, Carly joined Leeds in 2007 from relegated home town club Sunderland. In May of that year she had turned out for Charlton Athletic in a tournament in Spain,[4] but Charlton disbanded their women’s team shortly afterwards. At Leeds Carly was named player of the match in the 2008 FA Women’s Cup final, after an impressive performance in Leeds’ 4–1 defeat to Arsenal.

In summer 2010 Carly was called into the England squad as an unattached player, having left Leeds Carnegie.

In October 2012 it was announced that Carly would join Australian club Perth Glory for the 2012–13 winter season.

She debuted for the senior national team in March 2007 against Scotland, having previously played at Under-17, 19, 21 and 23 levels.She was called into the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup squad as back-up to Rachel Brown and Siobhan Chamberlain.

In May 2009, Carly was one of the first 17 female players to be given central contracts by the Football Association.

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