The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Millwall Lionesses striker Rianna Dean

Millwall are currently second in the WSL 2, boasting a 12-month unbeaten run, and striker Rianna Dean has played her part in their success with five goals in 15 appearances this season. The 19-year-old left Arsenal for the Lionesses in July 2017, but has impressed in her debut campaign and looks to have a brightContinue reading “The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Millwall Lionesses striker Rianna Dean”

The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Brighton & Hove Albion Ladies midfielder Chloe Peplow

In January, Chloe Peplow joined Brighton & Hove Albion in pursuit of more playing time and says she has no regrets leaving Birmingham City. Albion are currently in the WSL 2 but will be plying their trade in the top flight next season as they’ve successfully applied for WSL 1 status. Chloe’s career started inContinue reading “The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Brighton & Hove Albion Ladies midfielder Chloe Peplow”

The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Crystal Palace Ladies midfielder Ciara Sherwood

Crystal Palace midfielder Ciara Sherwood scored as the Eagles recently reached the final of the Capital Women’s Cup. Her side are also currently gunning for promotion to the WSL 2. Sherwood isn’t just impressing on the pitch, however. She’s also the founder of Advance Player Development, an organisation to improve grass-roots footballers to an academyContinue reading “The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Crystal Palace Ladies midfielder Ciara Sherwood”

The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Crystal Palace Ladies defender Jean Sseninde

First African player to join Common Goal, founder of the Jean Sseninde Foundation and Sseninde Women’s Development Cup while coaching the next generation in her home country, few have done as much for football as Jean Sseninde. The Crystal Palace Ladies defender, who joined the East London club in September 2017,  revealed her hopes ofContinue reading “The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Crystal Palace Ladies defender Jean Sseninde”