Year 2014 review games 71-80


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



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



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


Published by Sylvain

women's football fan since 1998

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