FA WSL 1 &2 Season 2014 fixtures postponements

To keep track on all the mess created by games postponed, I will update this post with all the postponements and the replay dates. Current count 0 games postponed as we are 4 months away from the kick-off but there are already suspicions about at least one game off on the 9th/10th of April UpdateContinue reading “FA WSL 1 &2 Season 2014 fixtures postponements”

How many games postponed for the opening fixtures of the FA WSL 1& 2 ?

I recommend you look at the shekicks calendar that you can buy here  : http://www.shekicks.net/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=3&zenid=8n4t0idaf3gd2khr90i873cdu7 The main information is that the FA WSL 1&2 openers are set up on the 9th and 10th of April. Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland have FIFA World Cup qualifiers on those dates. Last season, there were 3 NIR, 6Continue reading “How many games postponed for the opening fixtures of the FA WSL 1& 2 ?”

The FA WSL 1 transfer window so far

As a follow-up to my post in November https://mywomensfootball.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/the-silly-season-starts-now/, let’s have a look at what happened in the last month and a half. The teams  are ranked from the most active to the least. Manchester City started to bring in plenty of signings as the squad they had  in the Women Premier League National Division wouldContinue reading “The FA WSL 1 transfer window so far”

Analysing Mark Sampson’s 1st squad

Let’s start with those who missed the cut : Rachel Yankey and Katie Chapman have been left out and available for selection, the door remains open for them. They certainly have the quality to be selected in the squad. Casey Stoney and Kelly Smith are not fit and therefore not selected. They both need toContinue reading “Analysing Mark Sampson’s 1st squad”

FA WPL to disappear at the end of the season

To understand what is happening, having a good look at James Prickett’s pyramid is a good start : http://www.jamesprickett.co.uk/pyramidengland.htm Until 2011, the FA Women’s Premier League was the top division with the Northern and Southern division steps 2, then came the combination and the regional leagues. The FA WSL started in 2011 with 8 franchisesContinue reading “FA WPL to disappear at the end of the season”