Monthly Archives: March 2012

The FA Cup semi-final draw

This week-end saw no shock result in the quarter-final ties with Chelsea winner at Doncaster and 3 home wins for Arsenal v Everton, Birmingham v Sunderland and Bristol v Blackburn. The first semi-final will be played on the 15th of … Continue reading

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The title battle National division ep 5

Leeds beat Cardiff and are now level with Sunderland with 38 points but have played a game extra. The goal difference is is favorable to Sunderland at the moment +30 against +24 . Sunderland have Villa and Cardiff away while … Continue reading

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The relegation battle National division ep 6

Huge result for Watford winning away at Reading 3-1 and also an important result with Leeds beating Cardiff 2-0 yesterday. Aston Villa is now mathematically safe. Here is the table as of today, 2 teams out of those 4 will … Continue reading

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Women Premier League Cup ep 4

Well the group stage has finally been completed and the calculation made to find out who were the best 3rd placed team. I find it illogicalĀ  to rank them according to the results against 2nd and 4th place really but … Continue reading

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The FA Cup quarter-finals

Arsenal v Everton Birmingham City v Sunderland Bristol Academy v Blackburn Rovers Doncaster Rovers Belles v Chelsea 4 tight games this week-end starting with the big one Birmingham v Sunderland šŸ˜‰ We all know Sunderland has a good enough team … Continue reading

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England squad v Croatia

The first thing to mention is the opposition : Croatia is a young nation in term of women’s football. Atmosphere might be hostile there but a solid performance will see a win. So the contents of the gameĀ  will be … Continue reading

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The FA Women Premier League Cup ep 3

We are reaching the end of the group stage tonight. A quick reminder of the format for those who have not heard much of the competition. The cup is open to the WPL National, Southern and Northern Division team. Unlike … Continue reading

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