Manchester City showed that they are still the favourite women’s soccer team in Manchester following their derby win over Manchester United at the weekend. The derby win was crucial for Manchester City as it helped to boost their hopes of winning the league in women’s soccer in England. The Women’s Super League (WSL) title is firmly in the hands of Chelsea and Manchester City would need more morale boosting wins such as the Manchester Derby victory over the weekend to topple the Blues as the best women’s soccer team in England.

The big win over Manchester United ensured that Manchester City stayed within touching distance of leaders Chelsea, who thrashed Bristol City 5-0 away from home at the weekend to maintain their place as the top team in women’s soccer in England. Chelsea have a five-point lead at the top of the table in the race to win the WSL title this season. Manchester City are the nearest challengers and they have one outstanding game over the Blues. A win in that game will take Manchester City to within two points of Chelsea at the summit. Continue reading →



Manchester United have surprised womens soccer enthusiasts this season with their impressive form in the Women Super League (WSL). Manchester United women are the league leaders after the first ten league games of the season. The Red Devils have been the dominant force in womens soccer in England this term.

anchester United have a four-point lead over Arsenal in second position as far as the WSL standings is concerned. In addition, Manchester United are one of the two teams without a defeat in the WSL this season. Manchester United and Chelsea are yet to taste defeat in womens soccer in England this term. Continue reading →


Womens soccer in Europe has been on the rise in recent times as evident in the UEFA Women’s Champions League (UWCL) this season. The competition is at the round of 32 stage and the big names of womens soccer in Europe have booked  their place in the next round of the competition. The likes of Manchester City, Paris Saint Germain (PSG), Bayern Munich and Chelsea have all progressed into the last 16 of the competition as they showed why they are the leading teams in womens soccer in Europe.

Manchester City are through to the last 16 of this season’s UEFA Champions League after beating Goteborg of Sweden 3-0 in their second leg meeting through goals from Lauren Hemp and Georgia Stanway. Hemp gave her team a first half lead before Stanway added a second half brace to make the result more comprehensive for her team. Continue reading →



In under eight weeks, Arsenal Women will play their third home north London Derby, this time, against Tottenham Hotspur in the Conti Cup group stages. The match is the final fixture of the group stage, and there is a lot at stake for both London teams, as they look to have bragging rights over one another.

Arsenal will be needing a huge win if they want to qualify for the quarterfinals of the competition, but will still need to wait for at least 24 hours if they will be progressing in the tournament even if they get their win. Continue reading →

Women’s Soccer: Ohio State Looks Ahead of Spring


In women soccer, Big Ten decided to cancel the fall season due to the pandemic. This has caused disappointment in the women’s soccer ranks of Ohio State. However, this didn’t slow down their momentum. Lori Walker-Hock, who is the head coach of Ohio State for the 24th season, is handling an unpredictable situation as the 2020 season has been canceled. In spite of the season being canceled, the soccer team of Ohio State is functioning with the same mindset as the previous years as they move towards the spring season.

Walker-Hock says that this is her 29th year as the coach and 24th year at Ohio State. She says that all her experiences can be thrown out and it will just be like a rookie coach. She says her leadership perspective is just the opposite and she is as solid as you will ever find.
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The Premier League will make its long-awaited return this Wednesday. All football matches were put on hold in England during the second week of March. From the English Premier League to the Lower league to women Soccer. Everything was suspended due to Covid19 pandemic.

As the league returns, we take a look at some of the players who have seriously laid doubts to rest this season. They have made the critics all look a bit silly, as they have impressed and have contributed immensely to the success of their various teams.
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