Sunderland WFC wins the Women’s Premier League

Well done to Mick Mulhern and all the Sunderland girls winning the Women’s Premier League title for the second year running. Let’s hope they will be in the WSL in 2014 alongside Leeds. Both side dominated the League.   The top of the table looks like this. 1. Sunderland 42 pts 2. Leeds 41 ptsContinue reading “Sunderland WFC wins the Women’s Premier League”

FA WSL transfer window April

April signings are  in bold Arsenal In : Alex Scott ( Boston Breakers ), Kelly Smith ( Boston Breakers), Gemma Davison (Sky Blue FC), Rebecca Spencer ( ASJ Soyaux ), Bianca Bragg,  Sophie Harris Out : Rebecca Spencer (ASJ Soyaux ),  Meaghan Sargeant ( Lincoln), Melissa Lawley (Bristol), Angharad James ( Bristol), Rebecca Spencer( Birmingham)Continue reading “FA WSL transfer window April”

WPL Northern and Southern division promotion and relegation

Congratulations to Manchester City Ladies promoted this season after missing out  last year. They were favorite in the final stretch and did well to keep their composure and go over the finishing line. Congratulations also to Porstmouth winners of the Southern division, they finally overtook Colchester United who had been waiting for 4 months forContinue reading “WPL Northern and Southern division promotion and relegation”

Sophie Bradley’s influence on Forest’s season.

Just reading her interview on shekicks website and she mentions she played 4 games with Forest earlier in the season.  As Forest is currently fighting to save their National division status, here are the numbers. Forest has played 17, won 4, drawn 2, lost 11, scored 20 and conceded 41. Sophie Bradley has played 4Continue reading “Sophie Bradley’s influence on Forest’s season.”

FA WSL disciplinary result

After this week-end’s FA Cup semi-final 4 players are on the suspended list. 3 of them from Bristol Academy, all 3 are defenders. Grace McCatty,  Corinne Yorston and Alexandra  Culvin will all miss the home game against Lincoln on Saturday. Brooke Chaplen will miss the Everton home game against Birmingham. In the WPL a CardiffContinue reading “FA WSL disciplinary result”

The relegation battle National division ep 9

Well survival Sunday has returned it’s verdict : Forest 1 Watford 2 and Cardiff 0 Leeds 2 We know have a clearer view on things. Reading finished the season with 16 pts and a -18 goal difference. Watford finished the season with 17 pts and a -23 goal difference. Cardiff has 2 games to playContinue reading “The relegation battle National division ep 9”