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Fantasy Football / Re: FA WSL 2011
« on: April 12, 2011, 10:05:39 PM »
Blues FC

Telford (Chelsea)

Bradley (Lincoln)
F.White (Arsenal)
Weston (Birmingham)

R.Williams (Birmingham)
Fishlock (Bristol)
K.Little (Arsenal)
F.Williams (Everton)

Lander (Chelsea)
E.White (Arsenal)
Susi (Birmingham)

The FA WSL / Re: Birmingham mess
« on: March 19, 2011, 11:18:58 PM »
Easiest way to do this I would suggest is having a look on the new Birmingham Ladies website:

as that has most of the squad listed. The only addition who is not there that def. played last weekend is Eartha Pond (previously at Arsenal and Chelsea).

M. Gauntlett - is now at Leicester
B. Hall - is now at Donnie

infact most of the WSL have teams up on their sites, these are the best places to take your data from.

England International Football / Re: England Under-23
« on: June 04, 2010, 11:31:41 PM »
Excellent really easy for me to get to, Warwick Uni. has great public transport links & on a Wednesday USA England....brilliant, popping it in diary now! Thx for heads up.  ;D

USA Women's Football / Re: Chicago Red Stars
« on: May 26, 2010, 02:06:06 PM »
Emma Hayes has been sacked, not too surprising as resulys wee poor and football quality not there apparently.

They had poor results last season & played nowhere near as well as they have been so far this season. I just don't understand why they let her go after only 2 months, considering they started the season with players coming back from injury/illness. Unless of course she's coming to Brum & bringing Carney back with her....then I don't care!  :D

Fantasy Football / Re: Dream team results and table
« on: May 18, 2010, 11:13:57 PM »
yep i hear Hope has called in Bird & Telford to play up front!  :D

thanks for this Pat.... I didn't know that they were allowed a game there every season. I hope other teams follow suit when the Super League gets up and running.  :)

The FA WSL / Re: Arsenal Ladies chase League and Cup double!
« on: April 20, 2010, 10:58:02 PM »
....interesting they still can't seem to sort the Birmingham game either?  ???

The FA WSL / Re: Date of County Cup Final Changed
« on: April 14, 2010, 06:57:02 PM »
The County Cup Final between Wolverhampton Ladies and Birmingham City Ladies will be played on Wednesday the 5th May at Solihull Moors FC. Kick Off will be 7:30pm


Announcements / Re: RIP twmcat
« on: April 14, 2010, 06:18:39 PM »
Such sad news.... i remember first meeting him at Borehamwood in 2008 for Arsenal's game against UMEA, with a nice big smile on his face even in the cold weather. Always smiling every time I saw him at a game. RIP clive  :)

The FA WSL / Re: Date of County Cup Final Changed
« on: April 14, 2010, 12:12:26 AM »
no, it's just changing because B'ham have England internationals out around the original fixture date.

Players / Re: Eniola Aluko
« on: April 14, 2010, 12:10:11 AM »
She is the first player of the week in the new WPS season:

The FA WSL / Date of County Cup Final Changed
« on: April 10, 2010, 12:49:32 AM »
Due to four Birmingham players (possibly five) being on International call up the date of the County Cup final  (was due to be played 21st April at Solihull Moors FC) will now be played on either Tuesday 4th May or Wednesday 5th May.


Fantasy Football / Re: Women's Professional Soccer League
« on: April 10, 2010, 12:34:34 AM »
Tempted to use same team i have on WPS site, but think best hedge my bets with a few changes, as we can't change it around so frequent on here:

Whitehill, Dowling, LePelibet
Abily, Bompastor, Chapman, Rapinoe
Wambach, Cristiane, Marta

Thanks for putting that up, it was a good game....poor lineo.... shame you don't have the brilliant bit of skill by Potter that lead to the B'ham goal..... she played a very good game indeed last night.  :)

Fantasy Football / Re: Day 64 ( 08 April) partial
« on: April 09, 2010, 09:22:47 PM »
Need full line-ups of Birmingham and Chelsea  ;)

on its way, blame the Chelsea lot for wearing different numbers & all looking similar under the floodlights  :D

btw i think they got the score was wrong, it was a Bird hat trick for Birmingham  ;D

Fantasy Football / Re: Women's Professional Soccer League
« on: April 07, 2010, 02:40:32 PM »
Ok think we need rules up, ASAP for ppl to be able to join. First match is at midnight (UK time) between Washington & Boston. Think all teams need to be in by 10pm Saturday night, as they announce teams fairly early on the WPS site before games.

Transfer windows (suggestions):

17th May - 28th May (there is a big break in games here, due to International games if I remember rightly)

1st July - 2nd July

9th August - 10th August

Also the WPS game is not counting international games, i.e. World Cup qualifiers as a chance to accumulate points. I would suggest the same is followed on here.

Fantasy Football / Re: Women's Professional Soccer League
« on: April 04, 2010, 08:22:51 PM »
Personally to make it very simple I think you'd be as well to take all that the WPS fantasy league site has point wise, ie. assists, red, yellow cards etc. so everyone can go & view it, except the budget & changing your team every week. Have 3 transfer windows at equal points during the season.

I'm very against the idea that you must have a player from every team.... they don't have that on the WPS fantasy league one & have no restriction on the number of players from anyone team. I suggest, no more than 3 from one team as we have in the English game (or maybe 2), which will automatically mean you have to have a player(s) from at least 4 different teams.


Scoring is awarded based on the scoring system below:
Attacking discipline   Number of points
Goal   10
Assist    5
Match-winning Goal   5
Shot on target   1
Hat-trick   15
Penalty kick saved or missed   -5
Own goal   -5
Yellow card   -5
Red card   -10

Attacking discipline   Number of points
Goal   15
Assist    10
Match-winning Goal   10
Shot on target   2
Hat-trick   20
Penalty kick saved or missed   -5
Own goal   -5
Yellow card   -5
Red card   -10

Defensive Discipline   Number of points
Goal   20
Assist   15
Match-winning Goal   15
Hat-trick   25
Clean sheet   10
Team Goals Allowed   -1
Penalty kick saved or missed   -5
Own goal   -5
Yellow card   -5
Red card   -10

Goalkeeper   Number of points
Goal   25
Assist    20
Match-winning Goal   20
Win   10
Loss   0
Tie   5
Save   2
Penalty kick save   15
Clean sheet   20
Goal Allowed   -5
Yellow card   -5
Red card   -10

Fantasy Football / Re: Women's Professional Soccer League
« on: April 03, 2010, 04:00:55 PM »
Just looked at the US one, you can't enter to win if you're not resident of the US so I've entered but not sure about it, very complicated having to change your team every week..... whose crazy idea was that, are they not aware of the concept of transfer windows?!  :-\ will do one on here as well though.

Leeds' Ellen White can be England's first-choice striker, says her coach

Leeds Carnegie's Ellen White can become England's first-choice striker, says her club manager, Rick Passmoor, after the 20-year-old forward's impressive senior international debut in last week's 3-0 World Cup qualifying win over Austria.

In her 30-minute substitute appearance, White scored an excellent goal and provided a physical presence not seen in an England forward since Karen Walker retired from international football in 2003. "Ellen's not as big a girl as Karen was," said Passmoor, "but she's strong as an ox and she has everything you'd want in a centre-forward.

"We're still talking about potential in Ellen's case, but her attitude and application are tremendous – she's as focused and driven as any professional [male] footballer and because of that, plus her natural ability, I believe she'll make it at the very top level and she could be England's regular No9 in three or four years' time."

The national coach, Hope Powell, said of White's debut: "Ellen did really well. She's a clean finisher, she has pace, aggression and bravery, and gives us a dimension that we've perhaps been lacking. Hopefully she can kick on from here."

Ahead of White in the England pecking order are Kelly Smith, Eniola Aluko and Lianne Sanderson. "Those are great players and I'm still learning," said White, who is studying for a sports science degree at Loughborough University. "My ultimate aim is to be a regular part of the team, but to do that I know I've got to play consistently well for Leeds."

Yesterday White scored twice in a 4-0 win at Birmingham that took Leeds to the top of the Premier League and the striker's goal tally to 21 in 19 appearances. In the weekend's only other league game Millwall drew 2-2 at Doncaster.

England International Football / Re: England Under-20
« on: March 21, 2010, 07:28:00 PM »
Interesting, that fixture is same day as B'ham county cup final....with 2 very important players in that squad  :-\

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