Year 2014 review games 71-80

August

71. Reading v Doncaster 30th of August

Easy win for Reading, too little too late after failing to ebat Sunderland in the previous week.

72. London Bees v Millwall 31st of August

1-0 big win for the Bees thanks to a rocket from Amber Gaylor

 

September

73. Arsenal Chelsea 4th of September

Huge win for Chelsea in the title race. Game’s turning point is a penalty for Arsenal as they were 1-0 up but it ended up as a conversion by Casey Stoney. Chelsea scoring a late winner following a misskick by Emma Byrne.

74. Bristol v Arsenal 20th of September

First game for Pedro Losa and first masterstroke subbing Kelly Smith in for Casey Stoney after Arsenal were 2 -0 down. Smith subsequently scoed a hat trick and Arsenal won 4-3

75.  Arsenal development v Millwall development 21st of September First League game for the new look Arsenal reserves team, a big 5-1 win.

76. Arsenal development v Reading development 28th of September Cup game for the Arsenal reserves won 5-0

 

October

77. Arsenal v Liverpool 5th of October

Liverpool keeps their title hope alive with a last minute goal by former Gunner Gemma Davison, a very entertaining 3-3 draw.

78. Reading v Millwall 11th of October

Another Reading win in quite a one sided game.

79. Arsenal v Everton 12th of October

The only dead rubber in FA WSL 1 on title decider day. Bad referee, some good goals and the first home win in the League for the Arsenal

80. Bristol v Raheny 16th of October

2nd leg of the Champions League 1st round, easy win for Bristol in control after winning the first leg away

 

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