FA WSL Winter 2019 transfer window

The transfer window for professional players will be opened from the 27 Dec 19 to the 23 Jan 20 This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts Possible deals   Arsenal In   : Bethany Mead Out  :   Manchester City In  : Out  :   Birmingham City In : Out:   Chelsea In 1 : SamanthaContinue reading “FA WSL Winter 2019 transfer window”

FA WSL Round 2 review

Everton go top of the League ahead of Manchester City and Arsenal, while there is also a trio at the bottom of the table fighting to avoid relegation.   Following @ArsenalWFC's victory over @ManUtdWomen, they join @EvertonWomen and @ManCity with 6️⃣ points at the top Here's how the @BarclaysFAWSL table looks! pic.twitter.com/a0UVaUjSgm — Barclays FAContinue reading “FA WSL Round 2 review”

FA WSL 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   Arsenal In  5 : Leonie Maier (FC Bayern), Jill Roord(FC Bayern), Manuela Zinsberger (FC Bayern), Louise Quinn, Jennifer Beattie (Man City), Kim Little, Fran Stenson ( Manchester City)Continue reading “FA WSL Summer 2019 transfer window”

FA WSL Winter 2018 transfer window

The transfer window will be open from the 28th of December  to the 24th of January and is now closed   This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts Possible deals   Chelsea In :  Ann-Katrin Berger ( Birmingham), Jade Bailey Out : Jade Bailey ( Reading – loan), Libby Smith ( Leicester)   Manchester CityContinue reading “FA WSL Winter 2018 transfer window”

FA WSL Champions League race Matchday 7 Arsenal and City stay on top

Arsenal and Manchester City stayed in the top two places this week-end as Birmingham did not have a game. The  chasing pack are further behind and struggling to keep up the pace. With Birmingham City having no game, Arsenal opened a five points gap on Blues to consolidate their Champions League and title credential while City’s home draw againstContinue reading “FA WSL Champions League race Matchday 7 Arsenal and City stay on top”

The FA WSL relegation battle Matchday 7

Two big results at the bottom of the table on Matchday 7 with West Ham winning at Everton and Brighton beating Yeovil. It does clarify the positions in the relegation race.   Results Everton 1 West Ham 2 Brighton 2 Yeovil 1   The results have turned a four horses race into a two horsesContinue reading “The FA WSL relegation battle Matchday 7”

The FA WSL Champions League race matchday 6 : Arsenal stay put, City comes into Champions League place

Arsenal are staying at the top, while City are catching up and are only one point behind the leaders and could even be top of the League by Friday. Arsenal emphatically dismissed Reading with another huge and surprising scoreline following their triumph at Chelsea. The Gunners have hit the ground running this season. Birmingham gotContinue reading “The FA WSL Champions League race matchday 6 : Arsenal stay put, City comes into Champions League place”

The FA WSL relegation battle Matchday 6 : status quo at the bottom of the table

Matchday 6 brought absolutely no change for the bottom four  as none of them recorded any point on the day. Everton had no game while Yeovil, West Ham and Brighton were beaten with Brighton suffering a goal difference disaster with a 6-0 defeat at home to title contender Man City. Due to the 11 teamsContinue reading “The FA WSL relegation battle Matchday 6 : status quo at the bottom of the table”

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.”