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USA Women's Football / 2013 USA soccer league
« on: November 28, 2012, 02:37:18 PM »
announced now US mexican and canadian funded in League with 8 teams.  Together with club funding will there be any transfers from  in UK.  It looks like US league are looking for players for US national side so maybe taking more talented younger players.
 Lets hope all the girls stay in UK :-\

USA Women's Football / Emma Hayes
« on: December 30, 2010, 01:38:19 PM »
 >:( Emma Hayes coach from Chicago looks like she working for the new franchise - New York.  Helping with 'recruitment'.  Is she stealing from us again that is the question now?  English leagues lost to many of our best players to WPS we want to keep them here. 

USA Women's Football / 2010 buffalo flash
« on: March 09, 2010, 11:05:46 PM »
.Buffalo Bring English Flair to 2010 Roster 
Posted (03/08/2010) -
The Buffalo Flash of the USL W-League have announced today the signing of English Internationals Gemma Davison, Eartha Pond,,

Davison will be coming to Buffalo directly following her season in the English Premier League playing for one of the most successful football clubs in Europe, the Arsenal Ladies program. Davison will bring extensive experience as she began her career with the Watford Ladies before joining the youth set up at Arsenal. She progressed through the youth system and established herself as a regular in the Arsenal squad in 2006, appearing 68 times with 14 goals during the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons. Davison, 23 in April, also brings experience at the international level, appearing regularly for the Under 19, Under 21 and currently on the U-23 level. Davison debuted for the full England senior squad in April of 2009. Davison is no stranger to the W-League, playing for the New York Magic in 2008, and last year receiving W-League All Conference Honors playing for the Chicago Red Eleven. “I am very excited to bring Gemma to Buffalo,” Coach Aaran Lines says, who led the Flash to the Central Conference Semi final in their inaugural season. “I have had my eye on her ever since the playoffs last season and was very impressed with her game. She is a young, hungry, exciting player to watch who I will expect big things from this season.”

Eartha Pond, an experienced left footed defender, will be making her way across the “pond”-literally-after she closes out her season with the English side Chelsea. In addition to Chelsea Football Club, Pond has also played for Charlton Athletic, Leeds United, and for the Arsenal Ladies where she has helped her squad win the FA Cup, Premier League Cup, and London Cup Winners in 2008/2009. Pond, 26, also has experience in the English U16, U19, and U21 levels. “Eartha will bring a wealth of skill to our back line with her experience internationally and in Europe. I am eager to begin working with her and for the season to begin,” Coach Lines states.

I believe this is the one and only W League team to 'pay' ! ???


The FA WSL / next season
« on: April 25, 2009, 07:27:29 AM »
Just had a thought, theres been a lot of discussion about arsenal losing players to the US.  Chelsea have lost two.  They need to be replaced with equivalent players.  Lianne could go to US next year or change clubs in the UK for next season.  I dont think Asante signed a long contract for Sky Blue so she could be returning next season will she go back to Arsenal or Chelsea?  The Premier League will still have its interesting changes for next season. 

Coming back to this season I hear the Chelsea v Arsenal match is to be played next week.  This will be a big one for both teams and with the players becoming season-tired now, hopefully it will be a good one to watch. :)

The FA WSL / Rebuilding Arsenal
« on: April 20, 2009, 10:05:05 AM »
I wouldnt be suprised if Lianne Sanderson returned next season. 

I am in favour of bringing in strong players to boost the first team as a first point.  Younger players also who have potential are very important as long as they are allowed to play occasionally.  Arsenal havent got the greatest record of allowing this, although I must say needs must they have had more time this season.

The FA WSL / sunderland v chelsea
« on: March 22, 2009, 11:51:32 PM »
arethere any reports on this match.  Surprisedat the score, on paper chelsea should have been the winner!

The FA WSL / Fulham match
« on: March 16, 2009, 09:55:29 AM »
Does anyone know where Fulham play?  I can't remember visiting their ground but may be able to go along this week.

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