FA Women’s Super League – Post International Catch-up Weekend

City march on with another convincing win; Birmingham are made to play home games at St George’s Park; Arsenal get a glut of second half goals at Villa; Everton secure just their second win in nine thanks to a Jill Scott header; Spurs lose third match in a row. Does anyone know what weekend of the Women’s Super League this is? It wasn’t scheduled in the initial fixture calendar, so we’re going with Week 15 and ¾. Play nice kids. It’s your WSL review…

FA WSL: Captain’s Log – Supplementary (Week 15-ish)

Normal service resumed at Chelsea with a convincing win over faltering Arsenal; Brighton get back to back wins for the first time this season; City overhaul United to go second after Manchester derby victory ; West Ham now in a scrap with Bristol City who’s match with Tottenham was ruled out by the weather; second City derby also postponed. Let your love flow: here’s your midweek catch-up in the Women’s Super League…

FA Women’s Super League – Week 15 Review

This is why we love the beautiful game. Just when every WSL match was looking like a foregone conclusion the top two are beaten at home – by Brighton and Reading respectively. Manchester City are right back in the title race winning at Arsenal; Villa claw further away from trouble with victory over Spurs; Bristol City get a point at West Ham; Everton and Birmingham play out a draw. Later than billed, it’s week 15 of the Women’s Super League…

FA Women’s Super League – Week 14 Review

Chelsea remain top of the WSL; Manchester United beat Everton to stay second; City coming up on the rails after thrashing West Ham; Bristol City get first WSL win of the campaign against toothless Brighton; Rehanne Skinner’s first league defeat as Spurs boss. Plus… PLUS midweek action. Hold on to your bobble hats. It’s week 14 of the Women’s Super League…

Foxy Ladies

Despite this week’s government enforced lockdown, elite women’s football will be allowed to resume at the weekend. Rather than refocusing on the WSL, though, D2B has decided to dip into the FA Women’s Championship (one level below) and take a look at Leicester City WFC who ended 2020 on top of the pile. Acquired last summer by King Power, the parent company of Brendan Rogers’ men's team, the women’s set-up was able to go fully professional and what a difference it’s making…

2020 Hind Sight

You'd be forgiven for thinking that women’s football has had a pretty bad time of it this year - what with the COVID-19 enforced abandonment last season across Europe and Africa; nulling and voiding all FAWNL records; fans prohibited from entering stadia (just as more fans were starting to show up); a second lock down, etc., etc... But there were still some golden nuggets in a year we'll all be glad to see the back of. Here are twelve things D2B will remember about 2020…