It's been quite a frantic summer for Manchester City.
After watching so many of their England stars bring football home with the Lionesses, they've grabbed headlines again for an exit in Champions League qualifying, seen 10 players depart the club and signed seven new faces.
It is head coach Gareth Taylor's third season in charge and it promises to be his most challenging yet. He's won the Continental Cup and the FA Cup so far but the Women's Super League title is what this club craves, with it six years since their first and only triumph.
Last season, they recovered from an injury crisis at the start of the campaign to salvage third place. With no such concerns this time around, can all the change prove to be a good thing in City's bid to become champions of England?