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
Will Moulton hosts the third FIFA Women’s World Cup special with Reading’s Players’ Player of the Season, and returning guest, Remi Allen. The countdown is well and truly on … Continue Reading FIFA World Cup Special: Remi Allen
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
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?