Tag: Sunderland Ladies
Sunday's FA Women's Cup quarter final postponement is set to create a number of fixture list problems before the end of the season on 20th May.
The new Arsenal Women manager started his reign with a 3-1 win against Sunderland, and will have a lot of things to work on before the big WSL clash with Chelsea.
The FA WSL Conti Cup quarter finals draw has been made, and the Gunners will be playing Sunderland at home.
The unexpected draw between Reading and Chelsea combined with Arsenal's win against Sunderland is a big boost for their hopes of Champions League place.
Imagine a football world where your place in the top league is decided by your pitch facilities, marketing and budget size, not on the football results. Welcome to the FA WSL.
The Arsenal Ladies season is following the men's with a disappointing draw away to semi-professional team Sunderland following the FA Women's Cup exit to Birmingham.
The Arsenal forward, Charlotte Devlin, is going on loan in search of playing time and further development of her game.
The Development team has been draw at home to Sunderland's Development team in the Cup.
Following Emma Byrne's departure, there is an opening for the back-up goalkeeper job and it seems like Arsenal have already found a replacement.
In a week where news of a £300,000 a year offer was allegedly made to a player in the Premier League, a WSL1 team downgraded their team to part-time football to cut costs, the FA WSL might reach a turning point next season.
Arsenal Ladies' convincing 4-0 win at Sunderland Ladies keep them in the hunt for a Champions League spot as the top two teams City and Chelsea also won convincingly on the day.
The Ladies registered a very professional victory over a poor Sunderland side by five goals to one; the Black Cats looked like the ghost of the side that was challenging for a Champions League place for most of last season.
Arsenal Ladies registered an exceptional 7-0 win in their FA Women's Cup semi-final against Sunderland Ladies despite going down to 10 players with 73 minutes to go.
England manager Mark Sampson and his assistant Marianne Spacey have made the FA Women's Cup semi-finals draw. Find out who the ladies got here.
We are one month into the three-month Ladies' transfer window and we can clearly see the pattern and choices used by the nine FA...