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Tottenham sign South Korea captain Cho So-hyun on WSL deadline day

Spurs have option of making loan permanent at end of seasonWest Ham sign Icelandic midfielder Dagny Brynjarsdottir Tottenham Women have announced the signing of the South Korea captain Cho So-hyun on loan from West Ham for the rest of the season with a…

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‘Fantastic character’: Manchester United sign Maria Thorisdottir from Chelsea

Norway defender arrives on contract until 2023Her power and versatility are clear to see, says manager StoneyManchester United Women have signed the Norway international Maria Thorisdottir from Chelsea on a two-and-a-half-year contract, strengthening C…

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Marcus Rashford says Manchester United will settle only for the title

Finishing second or third no good for United, says RashfordOle Gunnar Solskjær’s side top after being 15th in NovemberMarcus Rashford has said Manchester United will consider this a successful season only if they win the Premier League. United are top …

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How do Solskjær’s side compare with Manchester United’s last title winners? | Marcus Christenson

United are top after 17 games for the first time since 2013. The similarities and differences between then and now are strikingThe world was a very different place eight years ago. Britain was in the European Union, Donald Trump was a businessman and S…

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How do Solskjær’s side compare with Manchester United’s last title winners? | Marcus Christenson

United are top after 17 games for the first time since 2013. The similarities and differences between then and now are strikingThe world was a very different place eight years ago. Britain was in the European Union, Donald Trump was a businessman and S…

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West Ham’s Gilly Flaherty says players who went to Dubai should apologise

Two WSL games have been called off after positive Covid testsClub captain says that ‘arrogance’ has crept into women’s gameThe fallout from the Dubai trip made by several Arsenal and Manchester City Women players during the WSL winter break continues w…

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Women’s transfer window January 2021 – every deal in Europe’s top five leagues

Latest deals and club-by-club guides for the WSL and leagues in Italy, France, Germany and SpainMake a contribution to our journalism today and support women’s football coverage that’s free and open for all Continue reading…

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From Touré to Haaland: how our top 100 male footballers list has evolved

Since the first Guardian top 100 in 2012, 39 different players have made the top 10. Here is how the list has changedNine years ago, when we did our first 100 best male footballers in the world list, we had 11 judges on the panel. In 2020 we had 241, i…

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From ‘cold champion’ to world’s best: Robert Lewandowski’s journey to No 1

The prolific Pole has simply never stopped scoring whether for Dortmund or Bayern, and now he is finally getting the recognition his career deservesThere is a video with the title “Robert Lewandowski – All 250 Bundesliga Goals” on YouTube, lovingly pre…

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Lewandowski out on his own while Liverpool have most players in top 100

In a truly extraordinary year, 83% of our judges had the Bayern striker as their No 1 while Klopp’s Liverpool are the best clubWe have a new winner of the Guardian’s 100 best male footballers in the world, with Robert Lewandowski claiming top spot in a…

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The 100 best male footballers in the world 2020: Nos 100-71

Martin Ødegaard and Eduardo Camavinga are new entries as we present the first 30 players of our listMeet our experts for the biggest judging panel yet2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012The world’s 100 best female footballers in 2020 C…

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From Ødegaard to Mastour: what happened to Next Generation 2015?

As we prepare to publish our Next Generation 2020 selection, we say goodbye to the class of 2015. So how did they get on? Premier League updates from 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019Worldwide updates from 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019This is what th…

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From Ødegaard to Mastour: what happened to Next Generation 2015?

As we prepare to publish our Next Generation 2020 selection, we say goodbye to the class of 2015. So how did they get on? Premier League updates from 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019Worldwide updates from 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019This is what th…

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From Ødegaard to Mastour: what happened to Next Generation 2015?

As we prepare to publish our Next Generation 2020 selection, we say goodbye to the class of 2015. So how did they get on? Premier League updates from 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019Worldwide updates from 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019This is what th…

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‘Guess what? We’ll do it again’: Sweden footballers vow to keep taking a knee

Chelsea captain Magdalena Eriksson: decision was easyPlayers criticised for action before Hungary gameThe Sweden defender and Chelsea captain, Magdalena Eriksson, has hit back at criticism the Swedish national team received for taking a knee before the…

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Chelsea Women sign Denmark striker Pernille Harder from Wolfsburg

27-year-old is one of the best forwards in the worldHarder joins from Bundesliga club for an undisclosed feeChelsea Women have signed the forward Pernille Harder from the Champions League finalists Wolfsburg for an undisclosed fee.The Denmark internati…

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Ivan Rakitic leaves Barcelona to rejoin Sevilla for an initial fee of €1.5m

Croat made more than 300 appearances for BarcelonaRakitic signs three-year contract with former clubIvan Rakitic is rejoining Sevilla six years after arriving at Barcelona, the Catalan club has announced.The Croat won four league titles, four Spanish C…

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Bayern Munich Women’s Jens Scheuer: ‘Lyon game gives me goosebumps’

Head coach confident of the quality in his squad‘But we need a bit of luck. They are top favourites’The Bayern Munich Women head coach, Jens Scheuer, has said his team has “more to win than lose” when they face the reigning Champions League winners Lyo…

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Manchester City Women sign USA World Cup winner Rose Lavelle

Lavelle is second USA player to join City after Sam Mewis‘City feels a great environment that will push me,’ she says Rose Lavelle has become the second United States international to sign for Manchester City Women this month, following in the footstep…

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Manchester City Women sign USA World Cup winner Rose Lavelle

Lavelle is second USA player to join City after Sam Mewis‘City feels a great environment that will push me,’ she says Rose Lavelle has become the second United States international to sign for Manchester City Women this month, following in the footstep…