Monthly Archives: August 2013

Reading the FA WSL table the alternative way (Part 1 games 1->5)

In order to see the teams real progression, let’s see how many points they got relative to the other teams after each games and the table. (goal difference not taken into account, just alphabetical order) Points scored after 1 game … Continue reading

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The FA Women Premier League is back

Last Sunday was the start of the FA WPL Northern and Southern section. For those who did not follow what happened recently and landed on this blog by a random click on a link, here is a short reminder : … Continue reading

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The FA WSL race to Champions League places

While there is a UEFA U19 tournament happening in Wales, the FA WSL is carrying on and last week saw Doncaster Belles battered by the top 2 teams Arsenal (0-6) and Liverpool ( 0-9). As everybody knows, England will have … Continue reading

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Liverpool v Chelsea preview

Today at the Halton Stadium, we are looking at a battle between a team that has all its player training every day and the other that has a good number of players training every day. Some Chelsea players have a … Continue reading

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FA WSL Day 9 Statistics

Arsenal v Everton Goals : Carter x2, Davison, Nobbs, Little Assists : Carter x2, Davison, White x2 Booking : None Red card : None   Birmingham v Doncaster Goal : Lawley Assist; Bassett Bookings : Harrop, Moore, Weston, Creswell Re … Continue reading

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FA WSL 2013 statistics (goals, assists, disciplinary)

Updated for the league games  up to 12/08 Goals 1. Toni Duggan (Everton ) 6 2.  Natasha Dowie (Liverpool), Eniola Aluko, Sofia Jakobsson ( Chelsea ), Natalia Sanchon (Bristol)  5 6. Louise Fors, Nicole Rolser (Liverpool) 4 8. Corinne Yorston, Natasha Harding … Continue reading

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The race for the Champions League places is hotting up

There are 3 teams fighting for  2 places.  I think Liverpool made a statement by winning at Bristol on Sunday.  Had they lost, they would have been 6 points behind Bristol, a big gap as it meant 2 extra defeats … Continue reading

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