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Category: Women’s Super League

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Cuthbert and Chelsea blow Women’s Super League title race wide open

Chelsea blew the Women’s Super League title race wide open with an Erin Cuthbert double the difference as a dominant 2-1 win helped exorcise the demons of a brutal home defeat to Arsenal back in October.Pulling to within two points of the league leader…

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

Minute-by-minute updates from the 12.30pm kick-offMontemurro: ‘I’m of Italian descent but I don’t park the bus’Send your emails to Nick here | Or tweet him @NickMiller79 11.39am GMT Peyraud-Magnin; Williamson, Quinn, Arnth, McCabe; Bloodworth, Walti, L…

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Arsenal’s Joe Montemurro: ‘I’m of Italian descent but I don’t park the bus’

The Arsenal manager knows how to defend but is also pragmatic as he faces Chelsea knowing victory would put his side eight points above the WSL championsIt says something about the standard Arsenal have set in the WSL this season that a Chelsea side th…

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

Arsenal are back on top of the table but victory over West Ham papered over defensive issues while Chelsea are back in formArsenal shot back to the top of the league with a 4-2 win over West Ham, but this was a far from perfect performance. The teams w…

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Danielle van de Donk hits double as Arsenal survive West Ham scare in WSL

After falling behind at Rush Green, two goals from Danielle Van de Donk and a debut goal from Janni Arnth helped Arsenal make up for their defensive fragility to earn a testing 4-2 win over West Ham. Related: West Ham v Arsenal: Women’s Super League – …

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West Ham v Arsenal: Women’s Super League – live!

The WSL returns from its winter break with a 12.30pm kick-offWSL leaders Arsenal make the short trip to play West HamSend your emails to Nick here or tweet him @NickAmes82 12.34pm GMT Arsenal, in light blue, start us off and kick left to right. 12.29pm…

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

Manchester City keep pressure on Arsenal in the WSL, while Manchester United lose for the first time in the ChampionshipThis has been a pivotal period for Manchester City. After showing that Arsenal can be beaten last week, they backed it up by grabbin…

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Manchester City v Birmingham City: Women’s Super League – live!

• Follow all the action from the Academy Stadium• The 100 best female footballers in the world 2018• Email Scott with your thoughts on today’s game 1.32pm GMT Last weekend, Manchester City’s 19-year-old striking sensation Georgia Stanway sashayed in fr…

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Manchester City v Birmingham City: Women’s Super League – live!

• Follow all the action from the Academy Stadium• The 100 best female footballers in the world 2018• Email Scott with your thoughts on today’s game 1.32pm GMT Last weekend, Manchester City’s 19-year-old striking sensation Georgia Stanway sashayed in fr…

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Arsenal and England midfielder Jordan Nobbs ruled out of 2019 World Cup

• Attacking midfielder ruptured her anterior cruciate ligament• Phil Neville says her absence is disappointingJordan Nobbs is ruled out of the World Cup next year after undergoing surgery on her left knee.The Arsenal midfielder ruptured her anterior cr…

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

Stanway reignites the title race as Arsenal miss their injured leaders, Willie Kirk has instant impact at Everton while Chelsea look back on trackGeorgia Stanway turned up the heat on Arsenal, with her double not only securing victory for Manchester Ci…

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Manchester City’s Georgia Stanway inflicts first WSL defeat on Arsenal

• Manchester City 2-0 Arsenal• Georgia Stanway’s brace ends Arsenal unbeaten start to seasonA Georgia Stanway double and a tactical masterclass from Nick Cushing led to Manchester City becoming the first side to take points off an injury-hit Arsenal an…

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Manchester City v Arsenal: Women’s Super League – live!

Updates from the top-of-the-table clash, kick off 12.30pmSuzanne Wrack: How Arsenal swept to the WSL summitEmail Nick or tweet @NickAmes82 with your thoughts 12.52pm GMT 20 min: Now what do Arsenal have? Is there enough of a goal threat out there beyon…

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Joe Montemurro smoothes bumps on road to steer Arsenal to WSL summit | Suzanne Wrack

Arsenal’s Australian coach fixed a leaky defence then introduced ‘balance and management’ to startling effectHow do you build a buccaneering team who sweep away all before them? A team who suffer a 3-1 cup final defeat by invincible double winners but …

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

Birmingham have consistency and goals, while Arsenal’s Vivianne Miedema and Manchester City’s Nikita Parris are bang in form as their sides prepare to meet on SundayBirmingham’s win over Liverpool provided another demonstration of Marc Skinner’s coachi…

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Alisha Lehmann gets West Ham back on winning trail against Bristol City

Two “gifted” goals at home to Bristol City helped WSL newcomers West Ham move to within a point of their mid-table rivals in seventh.After defeats to Chelsea and Birmingham, Matt Beard had been frustrated by his team’s lack of a cutting edge in front o…

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Arsenal v Brighton: Women’s Super League — live!

Live updates from Meadow Park, kick-off 12.30pm (GMT)WSL players at risk of the sack if injured for more than three monthsFeel free to email Will or tweet @Will_Unwin your thoughts 11.49am GMT Arsenal: Van Veenendaal, Evans, Williamson, Quinn, Mitchell…

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Women footballers face the sack if injured for more than three months

• Football Leaks reveal the clause in standard WSL contracts• No team has activated the clause since its inclusion in 2011Players in England’s fully professional Women’s Super League are at risk of being sacked by their clubs if an injury or illness si…

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Jordan Nobbs’ ligament rupture deals major blow to England and Arsenal

• Attacking midfielder will struggle to recover for 2019 World Cup• Nobbs suffered anterior cruciate ligament injury against EvertonJordan Nobbs could miss next summer’s World Cup in France after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in her left kne…

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

Jade Moore is Reading’s unsung hero, Jordan Nobbs’s injury is a blow for Arsenal and the vacant Everton job has huge appealFara Williams stole the headlines again by scoring two more goals in Reading’s 4-1 win over Brighton, but there was another key p…