Will Moulton hosts this latest episode of The Women’s Football Diary with Leicester City midfielder Remi Allen. In her third appearance on the podcast Remi reflects on the last few … Continue Reading The Women’s Football Diary: Remi Allen
For Aston Villa defender Anita Asante, we are all the norm. But, looking at the current state of society, we still see stereotypical views of what should be the ‘prescribed … Continue Reading The Women’s Football Diary: Anita Asante
The USA scholarship system has long been a huge draw for promising women’s footballers in this country – but West Ham defender Maz Pacheco did things her own way. Eleven … Continue Reading The Women’s Football Diary: Maz Pacheco
Ella Masar is on one of the biggest journeys of her life right now. The former Wolfsburg, PSG and FC Rosengard forward is currently getting to grips with being a … Continue Reading The Women’s Football Diary: Ella Masar
A ‘nobody’ – many would say that’s a harsh assessment of defender Deanna Cooper when she arrived at Chelsea in 2017. But that assessment is her own. No one knew … Continue Reading The Women’s Football Diary: Deanna Cooper
“Should I be carrying on with a football career when I’ve got children to look after?” Helen Ward Wales’ record goalscorer Helen Ward has been around the game for a … Continue Reading The Women’s Football Diary: Helen Ward
Alasdair Hooper and Will Moulton present SportSpiel’s November discussion episode. On this edition of the show they go through and pick apart some of the biggest talking points in sport. … Continue Reading Women’s Football Weekend and tackling breaches of discipline
There has been no shortage of shocks in Dartford, home of the London City Lionesses. The brand-new FA Women’s Championship side are currently second in the league – with five … Continue Reading Ellie Mason: ‘We’re going to keep shocking people’
Sportsbeat and Love Sport Radio’s Ella Jerman takes us through the Lionesses squad looking to perform at the 2019 FIFA World Cup in France. The most prestigious trophy in women’s football is … Continue Reading Getting to know the Lionesses ahead of the 2019 FIFA World Cup
Alasdair Hooper and Will Moulton are joined by Sportsbeat and Love Sport Radio’s Ella Jerman to look ahead to the FIFA Women’s World Cup. In our fourth special episode … Continue Reading FIFA World Cup Special: Lioness line-ups and tournament predictions
Freelance Scottish football writer Lewis Michie takes us through Shelley Kerr’s squad as they make their debut at the FIFA World Cup in France. Can they make an impact at the competition? … Continue Reading FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019: The Scotland team hoping to captivate a nation
Sportswriter Yashas Mudumbai looks at the important numbers highlighting why the 2019 FIFA World Cup is so important. The World Cup. It’s the pinnacle for anyone in their particular sport and, without a shadow … Continue Reading The importance of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup by the numbers
Will Moulton hosts a football special episode of the podcast with Reading FC Women midfielder Remi Allen. The 28-year-old is currently plying her trade at Reading in the WSL … Continue Reading Football special: Remi Allen
“F*** me she’s got a vagina, get over it.” In amongst all the misogynistic, sexist drivel on social media over the last few days, no tweet has summed up my … Continue Reading Female football pundits? Get over it!
The restructuring of the Women’s Super League has produced winners and losers but controversy is rife over the decisions made and whether the changes are really in the best interests … Continue Reading Does the controversial WSL restructure do more harm than good?
The SheBelieves Cup has become one of the more important tournaments in the women’s football calendar, and now its significance only falls behind the holy trinity of international competitions: the … Continue Reading A new era for the Lionesses with Phil Neville’s SheBelieves Cup squad selection