The SSE Women’s FA Cup is upon us once again as the 32 remaining teams match up in a battle to make it through to the Fifth Round of the competition.
There was a flurry of activity during international week with January camps taking place at all levels in the warmth of Spain and Portugal.
Focus turned to domestic action after a fortnight as the FAWSL returned with a full schedule of fixtures. We began our weekend with a trip to a very rainy Hive to watch London Bees host Watford.
From reading the reaction to the announcement last night that Phil Neville has been named the new England women’s Head Coach, we know we are not the only ones who feel a bit sceptical about this appointment.
The things to look out for in the women’s football world in 2018.
On Sunday, Derby County will face Brighouse Town in their SSE FA Cup 3rd Round fixture. As they look to continue in the competition and with a Super League bid on the horizon, it is a perfect time to reflect on the work of someone who has done so much for the club.
We’ve been keeping our counsel on everything that has happened with England over the last three weeks. We still have so many questions and not many answers. As a result we have found it hard to form full opinions until we know all the facts . One thing we do know is we desperately need the truth for the sake of the game we love.
The emotions of football are extreme! One day you can be enjoying the greatest high the next you’re hitting the lowest of lows. It is this vicious circle that makes the sport as addictive as it is and so enjoyable to watch.
Just over a week from now, the game that we have all been waiting for is here. Ever since the draw was made back in November, England’s opening game of the European Championships on the 19th July has been eagerly anticipated. The fact that it is against Scotland only adds to the drama. Here we take a look at England’s chances ahead of a huge summer for women’s football.
A new year inevitably brings a new football calendar to look forward to. And what a busy 2017 we have ahead! With 12 months packed full of domestic and international action, we’re betting we’re not the only ones who can’t wait to see it get underway.