England women are back in international action this week, with a pair of friendlies against the United States and the Czech Republic.
Articles By Ali Rampling
The top three in the WSL has remained unaltered since 2015 so it is definitely time for a change, with Manchester United best placed.
Manchester United are far behind Manchester City in the Premier League but that gap is closing rapidly in the Women’s Super League.
Liverpool are back in the WSL and that’s one of five reasons why Ali Rampling believes this season could be the best yet.
Is Ellen White still England’s first-choice striker for Euro 2022? Ali Rampling has some questions about formations and personnel for Sarina Wiegman.
England go into this summer’s European Championship with a brilliant manager and options beyond what seemed possible in 2021.
The Women’s Super League is set for a transfer window of upheaval, with Aston Villa looking to take players from Arsenal and Manchester City.
The story of Ada Hegerberg and her return from two devastating injuries is a remarkable one that ends in Champions League glory.
Sam Kerr will claim every award so Ali Rampling comes up with a list of five players who would be picking up honours if she had not been so devastating.
The Premier League title race has echoes of Chelsea Women winning their last eight and Arsenal their previous six ahead of the WSL’s final day.
Nothing seems to worry Emma Hayes’ Chelsea side, giving them a sizeable advantage over Arsenal that looks bigger than a point.
Sara Bjork Gunnarsdottir had a point. Euro 2022 deserves a much grander stage.
England look like a team. That sounds like a low bar but Sarina Wiegman has worked wonders in charge.
Gareth Taylor kept his Man City job despite starting the season desperately. A trophy and top-four challenge followed.
Manchester United got everything right at Old Trafford as they welcomed the women’s team for the first time.