FA WC Summer 2020 transfer window

The transfer window will open for professional contracts from the 19 June to 10 September 20, non contracted players can move at any time   This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts Possible deals   Liverpool In  :  Missy Bo Kearns ( end of loan – Blackburn), Rihannon Roberts, Niamh Fahey, Rinsola Babajide, Leigh-Anne Robe,Continue reading “FA WC Summer 2020 transfer window”

Analysing the FA WSL 2019/20 rules

The FA have finally published the FA WSL/FA WC 2019/20 rules. Quite late to be honest as we are now in February and the League started in September. Obviously, the clubs had copies of the regulations but the general public was blocked from seeing them until now. So it is time for my annual reviewContinue reading “Analysing the FA WSL 2019/20 rules”

The FA WC relegation battle is hotting up

This season is the first season under the new regime since the FA WSL 2 creation in 2014, where a second tier side will relegated due to the on the pitch results. All other relegation/demotions in previous seasons where due to licensing refusal on money and infrastructure criteria. It is fascinating to think that isContinue reading “The FA WC relegation battle is hotting up”

FA WC Winter 2019 transfer window

The transfer window for professional players was open from the 27 Dec 19 to the 23 Jan 20. It is still open for non contract players. This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts Possible deals   Aston Villa In : Asmita Ale, Sophie Maierhofer ( University of Kansas) Out:   Sheffield United In : RhemaContinue reading “FA WC Winter 2019 transfer window”

FA WC Summer 2019 transfer window

The transfer window for professional players will be opened from the 14 June to the 05 Sep This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts Possible deals   Durham In 3 : Megan Bell ( Linfield), Iris Achterhof ( Old Dominion Uni), Molly Sharpe ( Barry University), Hannah Reid, Kathryn Hill, Lisa Robertson, Sarah Wilson, Sarah Robson, Beth Hepple, Nicki Gears, Megan Borthwick, BeckyContinue reading “FA WC Summer 2019 transfer window”

The FA Women’s Championship promotion race Matchday 7

Spurs have opened a five points lead on Manchester United and are now solid League leaders. Charlton are now level on points with United and Durham are just one point behind. It turns out that the League is not as foregone conclusion as it was expected before the season started. Obviously the promotion race isContinue reading “The FA Women’s Championship promotion race Matchday 7”

The FA Women’s Championship promotion race matchday 6: all change at the top

Manchester United have been dethroned for the first time this season as the top spot has been taken over by Spurs who won 8-0 at home to Millwall. Spurs Ladies took advantage of a non playing week for United to overtake the Red Devils. It is important to note that both sides have played fiveContinue reading “The FA Women’s Championship promotion race matchday 6: all change at the top”

Serious injuries: in game and post game disciplinary management by the FA needs a quick overall and improvement.

Kim Little’s injury that leaves her out for at least 10 weeks is the third long term one in two match days in the FA WSL/FAWC. The referees performances are not good enough and the disciplinary process is clearly flawed with players are getting away scot-free after injuring their opponent. First let’s look at the refereeing problem. TheContinue reading “Serious injuries: in game and post game disciplinary management by the FA needs a quick overall and improvement.”

Analyzing the FA WSL and FA WC 2018/19 rules part 1

The FA have finally uploaded the 2018/19 rules, more than a month after the Competition has started. This is the time to analyze if there are any special or unusual rules for this season. The first five chapters are quite boring to be honest, so we will just go for the juicy stuff. The chapterContinue reading “Analyzing the FA WSL and FA WC 2018/19 rules part 1”

The FA Women’s Championship promotion race Matchday 2

There are three teams with an 100% record at the top of the table. Man United, Lewes and Spurs. United are way ahead on goal difference and are likely to cruise at the top the whole season. One curious statistic, there have been no draw so far in the competition, ten games ten wins. ResultsContinue reading “The FA Women’s Championship promotion race Matchday 2”