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  • Lena Oberdorf – The Young Midfielder Who Is Key For Club and Country

    Few players have lit up a tournament the way Lena Oberdorf shone in Euro 2022. The 20-year-old announced herself on the world stage with her exemplary performances which were really at the heart of Germany’s dominating displays.   She won the Young Player of the Tournament award as well as a multitude of fans with…

  • Jill Scott, Thank You

    Every so often a player retires from football, and it hits you just how much they have impacted your love and enjoyment of the game. This happened to me very recently…   As the final whistle went at Wembley Stadium, the crowd erupted in sheer relief, it was over. England were European Champions! There is…

  • WSL Watch: Five Of The Best Summer Transfers

    The transfer window is in full swing and Women’s Super League clubs have been enjoying a summer of wheeling and dealing. With just under a month to go until the season starts, clubs are getting their final deals over the line ready to ensure the squads have time to form some cohesion ahead of what…

  • Keira Walsh – England’s Pass Master

    Sarina Wiegman successfully guided England to the European Championship title this summer. The Lionesses filled the country with infectious joy and passion due to the free-flowing and joyous football that was on display. The attacking players have been receiving all the plaudits, especially Beth Mead who won the Golden Boot and Player of the Tournament.…

  • Alessia Russo – The Audaciously Brilliant Lioness Ready for the World Stage

    It was a summer to remember for England as football finally came home. The Lionesses made home advantage count and roared their way to the European Championship title with their typical verve and joy. The tournament saw many players making their major tournament debuts, as coach Sarina Wiegman put her faith in the young talent…

  • Women’s Euro 2022 – Final Preview

    It is decided. England will face Germany in the final of Women’s Euro 2022, played before a capacity crowd at the iconic Wembley Stadium.   It has already been a tournament to remember, but Sunday’s curtain call promises to be special. Supported by an energetic home crowd, the Lionesses will take to the field chasing…

  • A Look at Germany’s Dominance in the Women’s European Championship

    It’s rare in football that an international tournament is dominated by a team for so long. There was obviously the great Brazil side of the 1970s with Pele and Garrincha, and Spain’s golden generation that won everything there was to win between 2008 and 2012, but none have had the longevity like Germany’s women’s side,…

  • Leah Williamson: The Ultimate Ball-Playing Defender for Club and Country

    Leah Williamson has spent the summer living out her childhood dream of captaining her country at a home European Championships. After leading England to a berth in the Women’s Euros Final, she will be looking to win the first-ever major trophy in the history of the Lionesses.   Williamson was born and raised in Milton…

  • England Kicks Off UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 With 1-0 Win Over Austria

    England made a successful start to their Euro 2022 campaign with a 1-0 win over Austria, as Beth Mead scored the lone goal in an important, albeit not entirely convincing, win for the Lionesses.   Signs of the immense pressure England are under on home soil were evident in the display, as was Austria’s formidable…

  • Watch Out Europe, Ada Hegerberg Is Back

    Football is weirdly intertwined with sound. Not readily at the fore of a fan’s mind are the various sounds without which the game would be completely different. The ‘clang’ of the ball hitting the post, the ‘buff’ of the boot hitting the ball, the ‘pop’ of a star player’s cruciate ligament being ruptured.    At…