Tag: Transfer window
The FA WSL transfer window is now closed, so let's have a look at the club by club review of the deals completed.
So that's the transfer window closed for another season. Let's remind ourselves who's in and who's out:
The Premier League have come up with a way to fix the mess they made of the summer transfer window by making it even stupider.
Arsenal will reportedly not spend any money in January which is not really all that surprising when you think about it.
Manchester City have proposed a solution to help the Premier League deal with the mess they've created by shutting their transfer window before the rest of the world.
The Premier League looks set to abandon its early-closing transfer window to re-align itself with the rest of Europe after the clubs who pushed for the change demand it's changed again.
Arsenal have been named the 'Kings of Europe' by Goal for their transfer window exploits this summer which left many people amazed at what they managed to do.
With the incoming transfer window now closed in England, let's look at what Arsenal have done.
The Premier League transfer window is set to slam shut at 5pm on August 8th but the rest of the world will continue to buy players while we twiddle our thumbs, so when do all the other windows close?
A couple of years ago, the FA decided to go for a full-time professional women's football League so with the FA WSL in a new era, let's have a look at the transfer numbers from 2013 to 2018.
With Brexit coming at the end of March 2019 and a large number of injured players at Arsenal, the January transfer window might be crucial for in the quest for trophies.
Manchester United are leading the call to return the transfer window to how it used to be before they messed with it this summer.
The current FA WSL/Championship transfer window is the most unusual one we have had for many years.
The FA WSL transfer window will open on the June 1, so let's have a look at what the 11 teams could do in the next couple of months.
The FA's decision to restructure the elite level of women's football, allowing only full-time professional football, is going to have a knock-on effect on the transfer window.
Now that the transfer window has closed, we can review what business the Ladies did over the three month period.
The nightmare scenario of the fire sale of winter 2013 might see a revival in the upcoming transfer window with many ins and out.
One player in (Little) and three out (Losada, Natalia and Corredera) already, we are looking at a busy transfer window for the Arsenal Ladies.
Following the signing of Kim Little, the official FA WSL squad is up to 39 players with a maximum of 40 accepted and rumour has it the club has asked for an extension to 43, but in reality the squad needs trimming.
The FA WSL transfer window is open from 3rd to 30th of June for contracted players.
The FA WSL transfer window will reopen from the 3rd - 30th of June. This transfer window is mainly used to make adjustments on the squads. Let's have a look at what could happen for the Arsenal Ladies.
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...
The FA WSL transfer window is in the middle of the first of three months and with the pre-season starting now, it seems like...
The transfer window has just opened in the FA WSL and will close in three months time, just before the competition starts. Here is...