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…

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…

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...