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Women’s FA Cup fifth round | Last season’s finalists meet in the last-16 | Arsenal get a London derby

Last season’s FA Cup finalists Manchester City and Birmingham City have been drawn against each other in the last-16, to be played on Sunday, February 18.  Each winning club will receive £3,000 from The FA prize fund. Man City thrashed Birmingham 4-1 in the 2017 final at Wembley, and the WSL leaders have a great… Continue reading Women’s FA Cup fifth round | Last season’s finalists meet in the last-16 | Arsenal get a London derby

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Women’s FA Cup | WSL’s big four coast into the fifth round

There were no slip-ups from the WSL’s big four in Sunday’s FA Cup fourth round, as Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal all booked their place in the fifth round without conceding. Defending champions Manchester City enjoyed a 2-0 win away to Brighton & Hove Albion, with goals from Izzy Christiansen and Claire Emslie. Chelsea… Continue reading Women’s FA Cup | WSL’s big four coast into the fifth round

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FA announce restructured WSL Tier 1 & Tier 2 for 2018/19 | Good news for Yeovil and Brighton

The English Football Association have announced which clubs were successful in applying for a Tier 1 and Tier 2 license for the 2018/19 season. Former England manager Hope Powell will be returning to Tier 1 of the Women’s Super League with Brighton & Hove Albion Women. “I am overjoyed with the announcement, as this will… Continue reading FA announce restructured WSL Tier 1 & Tier 2 for 2018/19 | Good news for Yeovil and Brighton

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FA apologise to Aluko and Spence after Sampson is found guilty of discriminatory remarks

The English Football Association have issued an apology to Chelsea forward Eniola Aluko and midfielder Drew Spence after former England Women manager Mark Sampson was found guilty of making discriminatory remarks, reports the Evening Standard. https://twitter.com/danroan/status/920643429931061250 Sampson was sacked in September, after fresh allegations of inappropriate conduct towards a Bristol Academy player back when he… Continue reading FA apologise to Aluko and Spence after Sampson is found guilty of discriminatory remarks