FA Women’s Super League: Week 10 Review

Manchester United secure the Christmas number one spot, running riot against Bristol City; Arsenal go second with a comfortable victory over depleted Toffees; Jess Fishlock shines in Reading win at Brighton; two games postponed for COVID protocols; and Birmingham… er… don’t get to play again, because it rained… again. Happy Holidays, it’s week 10 of the FA Women’s Super League...

FA Women’s Super League: Week 9 Review

United stay top with a Galton masterclass; City’s late, late show pips Arsenal; Morgan on the spot again as Spurs grind out back-to-back victories; West Ham and Aston Villa both hit Bristol City for four; Chelsea’s Sam Kerr on target; Everton and Birmingham… er… don’t get to play because it rained. A LOT. It must be week nine of the FA Women’s Super League...

FA Women’s Super League: Week 8 Review

A Sam Kerr hat-trick for Chelsea. Ella Toone playing 'lights out' for league leaders Manchester United. Bristol City unbeaten in consecutive league games. The honeymoon is definitely over for Everton. Kim Little's mixed fortunes from the penalty spot. Alex Morgan's first WSL goal helps new Spurs manager Rehanne Skinner achieve a perfect record - one win in one. Here's week 8...

Spotlight on AFC Wimbledon Ladies – The Class of 2020…

LIFE is not without a sense of humour for an occasional blog site like D2B. Last season women’s football was cut off in its prime by the Coronavirus and here we are in season 2020/21 preparing to take our first look at the AFC Wimbledon Ladies and the entire National League is shutting down again. Well, we weren’t deterred last season and we’re absolutely going to plough on again, giving you a breakdown of all that ‘Wombelles’ action to date…

Rebooting the Lionesses – FIFA WWC 2015…

THERE WAS a time when a third / fourth playoff at the World Cup wasn’t a “nonsense match” – in England at least. Just five years ago in fact, when the Lionesses won their Bronze medal in Canada. It remains the best World Cup performance by a senior England team since 1966 and represented a symbolic reboot for women's football triggering exponential growth in coverage, investment and uptake at grass roots levels across the country...

COVID-SW19: We’re AFC Wimble-done for the Season… ☹

WITH THE football authorities announcing that tiers three to seven of women's football have been rendered null and void in England I had a decision to make. Carry on with the AFC Wimbledon Ladies blog? Or abandon it? Well here's your answer. I've seen (and heard) far too much of my kids this week. At least I can hide in the kitchen while I write this...