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Mitchell’s 35-yarder fires Spurs back from red to WSL point against Everton

Everton missed out on the chance to overtake Manchester United in their race to be best of the rest in the Women’s Super League as a stunning long-range free-kick from Arsenal loanee Emma Mitchell with 12 minutes remaining – just after the home side ha…

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Goodison hosts first WSL match as Liverpool visit Everton for derby

Hopes that ground draws more than 20,000 fans 100 years after Dick, Kerr Ladies played St Helens there in front of 53,000When Willie Kirk’s Everton side step out on to the Goodison Park turf on Sunday there will be a feeling that things have come symbo…

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Goodison hosts first WSL match as Liverpool visit Everton for derby

Hopes that ground draws more than 20,000 fans 100 years after Dick, Kerr Ladies played St Helens there in front of 53,000When Willie Kirk’s Everton side step out on to the Goodison Park turf on Sunday there will be a feeling that things have come symbo…

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Matildas’ European migration exciting but fanning W-League anxiety

Australian football’s hierarchy must catch the European wave or watch it roll on without themIn the 24 hours between the preliminary squad release and the starting XI announcement for Brisbane Roar’s game against Sydney FC on Thursday night, one W-Leag…

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Manchester City ignore manager’s impending exit to beat Everton in WSL

Unfazed by the impending departure of their manager, Nick Cushing, next month, Pauline Bremer and Gemma Bonner’s goals helped Manchester City to a win over an organised Everton side. The Women’s Super League was rocked on Thursday by the announcement t…

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Manchester City ignore manager’s impending exit to beat Everton in WSL

Unfazed by the impending departure of their manager, Nick Cushing, next month, Pauline Bremer and Gemma Bonner’s goals helped Manchester City to a win over an organised Everton side. The Women’s Super League was rocked on Thursday by the announcement t…

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Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

Miedema just keeps scoring and Reading come from behind again but the WSL pitches simply are not good enoughArsenal’s front three were at their potent best against Everton and no one more so than Vivianne Miedema. Two more goals for the striker, which …

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Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

Miedema just keeps scoring and Reading come from behind again but the WSL pitches simply are not good enoughArsenal’s front three were at their potent best against Everton and no one more so than Vivianne Miedema. Two more goals for the striker, which …

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Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

Miedema just keeps scoring and Reading come from behind again but the WSL pitches simply are not good enoughArsenal’s front three were at their potent best against Everton and no one more so than Vivianne Miedema. Two more goals for the striker, which …

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Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

Miedema just keeps scoring and Reading come from behind again but the WSL pitches simply are not good enoughArsenal’s front three were at their potent best against Everton and no one more so than Vivianne Miedema. Two more goals for the striker, which …

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Vivianne Miedema keeps Arsenal clear at summit but Mead injury mars win

A double from Vivianne Miedema took her tally to 53 goals for the calendar year but Arsenal’s victory against Everton was marred by injury to Beth Mead.Miedema scored either side of Kim Little’s penalty to ensure Arsenal lead the Women’s Super League t…

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Everton v Arsenal: Women’s Super League – live!

Live updates from Haig Avenue, kick-off 12.30pm (GMT)Australia and New Zealand join forces for 2023 Women’s World Cup bidFeel free to email Luke or tweet @LukeMcLaughlin 11.31am GMT Hello everyone and welcome. WSL leaders Arsenal are in a rich vein of …

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Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

Broken records, Arsenal’s missing link from Austria and what Phil Neville could learn from Manchester UnitedThe Women’s Football Weekend proved a brilliant milestone for the game, a week on from that record-breaking crowd at Wembley for the Lionesses. …

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Everton’s Lucy Graham strikes to sink Liverpool in first WSL game at Anfield

Everton’s encouraging start to the Women’s Super League continued with a victory over their neighbours at Anfield – something their male counterparts have been unable to manage so far this millennium.A single goal at the end of the first half from the …

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Everton’s Chloe Kelly relishes Anfield trip after recovering from injury blues

The young forward is thriving after her ankle surgery and struggling Liverpool will be waryChloe Kelly betrays a hint of sympathy for the trials of Everton’s Merseyside rivals. “I don’t think it matters how Liverpool are doing,” she says. “We know exac…

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Liverpool v Everton to be first Women’s Super League game played at Anfield

• Fixture to take place at Anfield on Sunday, 17 November• ‘This is an historic moment’ says Liverpool chief executiveAnfield will host a Women’s Super League game for the first time next month – and making the occasion particularly special, the fixtur…

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Women’s Super League: where to watch all the games this season

Where do all the WSL clubs play? How much does it cost to watch them? We have all the answers in this comprehensive guideStadium Meadow Park Continue reading…

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WSL preview: Arsenal renew title rivalries as bar raised for new season | Louise Taylor

Chelsea and Man City are jostling to unseat Arsenal, with Man Utd and Spurs keen to shake up the established orderThe answers to a quartet of questions promise to become defining themes of the Women’s Super League season.Will Joe Montemurro’s fast evol…