FA WSL 2 Summer transfer window 2015

This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts Reading In : Nia Jones ( Cardiff City Ladies), Nikki Watts ( Bristol Academy) Out : Fran Kirby ( Chelsea Ladies ) Doncaster In : Jade Lorton-Radburn Out : Yeovil In : Sarah Wiltshire ( Manchester City), Alice Evans ( Bristol Academy) Out : Watford In : TriciaContinue reading “FA WSL 2 Summer transfer window 2015”

FA WSL 1 Summer transfer window 2015

This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts Liverpool In  : Rosie White (University of California) Out  : Nicole Rolser( FC Bayern) Chelsea In : Jenna Dear ( Watford -end of loan), Rosella Ayane ( Millwall -end of loan ), Fran Kirby ( Reading Women), Hedvig Lindhal, Katie Chapman, Niamh Fahey, Hannah Blundell, Millie Bright, Out Continue reading “FA WSL 1 Summer transfer window 2015”

FA WSL 2 Winter 2015 transfer window

This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts Everton Ladies : In :   Danielle Turner 2 years, Ellie Stewart ( Liverpool Ladies), Danielle Lea ( Man City), Megan Alexander ( Liverpool), Danielle Young ( Man City), Jess King  (Trinity Western University Spartans ) Out :  Brooke Chaplen ( Sunderland Ladies) , Amy Kane, Rachel Brown- FinnisContinue reading “FA WSL 2 Winter 2015 transfer window”

FA WSL 1 winter 2015 transfer window

This week’s transfers Confirmed transfers Extended contracts   Liverpool In 4 : Nicole Rolser, Corinna Schroeder, Katie Zelem, Danielle Gibbons, Natasha Dowie, Gemma Bonner, Line Smørsgård (Klepp),  Ingrid Ryland (Arna-Bjørnar), Satara Murray (UNC), Asisat Oshoala ( River Angels) Out 6 : Amanda Da Costa ( Washington Spirit), Lucy Bronze ( Man City ), Gemma DavisonContinue reading “FA WSL 1 winter 2015 transfer window”

Abby Wambach to join Arsenal Ladies in the Summer ( april fools)

London 01.04.2015 Sources close to the club have confirmed that Pedro Losa will be reunited with the US WNT forward having coached her at Western New York Flash. Abby Wambach has just been traded to Seattle Reign but had indicated that she would not play in the NWSL in 2015. She also mentioned playing inContinue reading “Abby Wambach to join Arsenal Ladies in the Summer ( april fools)”

FA WSL Division 2 Summer 2014 moves

Aston Villa In : Katie Wilkinson ( Birmingham City – loan), Jess Myers ( Birmingham City) Out : Doncaster Rovers Belles In : Courtney Sweetman-Kirk ( Notts County) Out : Durham WFC In : Emily Scott ( Middlesborough), Sarah Wilson ( Newcastle united) Out :   London Bees In : Rebecca Anderson ( Coventry), Paula Howells ( Brighton), Amy Copper ( Spurs)Continue reading “FA WSL Division 2 Summer 2014 moves”

FA WSL Division 1 Summer 2014 moves

The summer transfer window is opened from the 6th of June to the 3rd of July   Arsenal Ladies FC In  : Turid Knaak ( Bayer Leveverkusen) – loan Out  : Shelley Kerr ( manager), Anouk Hoogendjik ( Ajax Amsterdam), Bianca Bragg ( Reading ) Birmingham City Ladies FC  : In  : Abbey-Leigh Stringer (Continue reading “FA WSL Division 1 Summer 2014 moves”

FA WSL Division 2 Winter 2014 moves

The transfer window has now closed Aston Villa In : Emily Owen (West Brom), Natasha Baptiste ( West Brom), Lauren Walker (Wolves), Hannah Williams ( Wolves), Ron Mellor (manager), Alicia Robertson ( Clayton State University) Out : Aoife Mannion ( Birmingham), Megan Walsh ( Everton Ladies) Doncaster Rovers Belles In : Gordon Staniforth (head coach), Hope Knight (NottsContinue reading “FA WSL Division 2 Winter 2014 moves”

FA WSL Division 1 Winter 2014 moves

The transfer window has closed on the 3rd of April at midnight. Arsenal  Ladies FC : In 6 : Siobhan Chamberlain ( Bristol Academy), Casey Stoney ( Lincoln Ladies), Anouk Hoogendijk (Ajax Amsterdam), Christie Murray ( Glasgow City ), Yukari Kinga (INAC Kobe), Shinobu Ohno (Sayama FC),  Out 11 :  Lauren Bruton (Reading WFC), KimContinue reading “FA WSL Division 1 Winter 2014 moves”

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”