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Referee banned for stealing female referees' identities on Tinder

2016-08-29

A male referee has been banned from all football-related activities until 2019 after posing as female officials on a dating app. Connor Mayes set up fake accounts on Tinder, pretending to be Women's FA Cup final official Lucy Oliver, Amy Robinson and Paula Wyatt. He was banned by the Hampshire FA after admitting an improper conduct charge. From BBC Sport

Tasman United (NZ) urged to take their scoring chances in women's football league

2016-08-29

Tasman United coach Ryan Stewart is expecting his young charges to convert more scoring chances in Saturday's Mainland women's premier league football game against Waimak United. Third-placed Sports Therapy Tasman lost 5-1 at home to league leaders Cashmere Technical last week and rued a couple of spurned early chances. "It's been the story of our season; we caused problems early on, but we lacked that killer instinct," Stewart said. "You have to take your chances because they don't come that often against the top two teams."

Andrine Hegerberg join Birmingham City

2016-08-29

Lesbianism Row Reflects Homophobia in Nigeria

2016-08-29

A senior Nigerian football official's statement that sponsors were reluctant to back women's football in the country for a misconception that female footballers are "synonymous with lesbianism" has drawn widespread criticism. Dakar: Nigerian gay rights activists have condemned a senior football official after he said sponsors were reluctant to back women's football in the country because of a misconception that female footballers are "synonymous with lesbianism". Seyi Akinwunmi, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) vice-president, blamed lesbians last weekend for the recent decline of the national women's team, according to Nigerian media. Known as the Super Falcons, the Nigerian women's team are the most successful African nation in women's football, but failed to qualify for this year's Olympic Games in Brazil. Akinwunmi said "lesbianism kills teams" at a meeting of sports writers in Ibadan city, according to the Punch newspaper. "Many potential sponsors have shied away from supporting the women's game because of the misconception that it is synonymous with lesbianism," he said in a statement on Tuesday to clarify his comments at the meeting in Nigeria's southwestern Oyo state. Nigeria criminalised same-sex relationships in 2014, making them punishable by up to 14 years in prison in a country where anti-gay sentiment and persecution of homosexuals is rife. Nigerian lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) activist Bisi Alimi said Akinwunmi's statement could incite more hatred towards a community that suffered fear and stigma. "This statement is extremely disgusting and blatantly homophobic," Alimi told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. "These are young girls in a very macho, masculine society who are trying to make a living, but are being underpaid or not paid on time," he said, adding that there had been other cases of controversy involving football and sexuality in recent years. Football's governing body FIFA in 2011 criticised the then Nigeria women's coach Eucharia Uche for calling homosexuality 'dirty' and admitting that she forced lesbians out of her team. Three years ago, FIFA wrote to the NFF over reports that lesbians had been banned from playing football in the country. "If businesses are truly afraid of sponsoring the team because they think it's some kind of breeding ground for lesbians, it shows the extent of the homophobia fuelled by the 2014 law," said Pamela Adie of the LGBT rights group All Out. "This law does not only impact sport, but the development of Nigeria in general," the Nigerian activist added. Akinwunmi was not immediately available for further comment. Article from: NDTV Sports

PSG star Ann-Katrin Berger signs for Blues Ladies

2016-08-29

Chan Yuen-ting: the female coach who took a men's team to a national title

2016-08-29

FIFA unveils the Under 20's Women's World Cup mascot

2016-08-29

Larkhall appoint new manager

2016-08-29

Wexford Youths Women invite applications for Manager position

2016-08-29

Wexford Youths FC enjoyed back to back Championship wins, along with winning the WFAI Cup and WNL Shield this year and are now inviting expressions of interest for a new Manager/Coach to succeed Will Doyle.

Debug goals from Hannah Coakley, Glasgow City FC

2016-08-29

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Lionesses will cross the sea for EURO 2017

2016-08-29

Header proved decisive as Scotland earn 1-0 victory over Belarus

2016-08-29

Full highlights from the Lionesses' 7-0 win over Serbia

2016-08-29

UEFA Women's Euro 2017

2016-08-29

UEFA Women's Euro 2017 fixtures

7 June 2016

Group 6 Georgia 0-7 Italy
Group 7 Serbia 0-7 England
Group 1 Belarus 0-1 Scotland
Group 2 Finland 0-0 Portugal
Group 3 Ukraine 2-0 Greece
Group 8 Wales 0-2 Norway
Group 4 Denmark 6-0 Poland
Group 6 Czech Republic 3-0 Northern Ireland
Group 2 Republic of Ireland 9-0 Montenegro
Group 1 Iceland 8-0 FYR Macedonia

Russell Slade has been appointed as Manager of Charlton Athletic

2016-08-29

Carney wraps her hat trick as the Lionesses beat Serbia 7-0 in UEFA Womens EURO

2016-08-29

U17 Women's World Cup Draw

2016-08-29

USWNT looking to make it four Olympic titles in a row

2016-08-29

Kim Little wins BBC Women's Footballer of the Year

2016-08-29

England legends to play in Charity Trophy

2016-08-29

England legends are set to play in Charity Trophy Match against FA Women’s Premier League National Champions on Sunday 12 June 2016 at 2pm, Leamington FC, The Phillips 66 Community Stadium, Harbury Lane, Leamington Spa, CV33 9SA Pioneers, heroes and role models of the women’s game are about to stand shoulder-to-shoulder again on 12 June 2016, this time against The FA Women’s Premier League National Champions that will be crowned on 29 May following The FA WPL Championship Play Off Final between Brighton & Hove Albion and Sporting Club Albion at Wycombe Wanderers FC. Current England assistant coach Marieanne Spacey, renowned goalkeepers Pauline Cope-Boanas and Rachel Brown-Finnis will take to the field along with a host of other Allstar legends to pull on their boots once again in aid of charity. The FA Women’s Premier League Charity Trophy is at stake, but there is more to the day than that; the feast of football will also raise funds and awareness for Breast Cancer Care. “While there is an obvious serious side to the event, I’m sure the characters involved will make it a hugely enjoyable day for all involved,” said FA WPL chairman Carol West. “This charity match will see our National Champions play against proven stars of the past which is not only a great privilege for them but for the rest of us that will be at the match too.” “We are extremely proud to be able to bring some of the players who have represented England over the years back together for this event,” she added. “They are responsible for moving the women’s game on so much in this country to the position that we have today.” ends The Allstars line-up includes: 1. Pauline Cope-Boanas (goalkeeper, 60 England caps, inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame) 2. Rachel Brown (goalkeeper, 82 caps, played in England’s 2007 Women’s World Cup Squad) 3. Rachel Unitt (defender, 102 caps, played for England’s 2007 & 2011 World Cup Squads) 4. Lindsay Johnson (defender, 43 caps, part of England 2007 World Cup Squad) 5. Kirsty Pealling (defender, 15 caps) 6. Marieanne Spacey (striker, 91 caps, inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame, current England assistant coach) 7. Clare Taylor MBE (defender, also played cricket for England in the World Cup) 8. Amanda Barr (striker, 37 caps) 9. Danielle Murphy (midfielder, 23 caps, was England’s youngest player) 10. Sian Williams (midfielder, 20caps, ex-Arsenal captain, ex-Wales manager) 11. Rachel Stowell (McArthur) (midfielder, ex-Fulham professional) 12. Aran Embleton (midfield, winger, 3 caps) 13. Jo Broadhurst (midfielder, made her England debut aged 16) 14. Alex Cottier (defender/midfielder, ex-Arsenal and Croydon player) 15. Justine Lorton (midfielder, 6 caps) 16. Julie Fletcher (defender, played in England’s 1995 Women’s World Cup Squad) 17. Sammy Britton (midfielder, 67 caps, played in England’s 1995 Women’s World Cup Squad) Admission is £3 adults, £1 U-16 and OAPs The match is part of the FA Women’s Premier League’s ‘QUIDDIE - Sound as a Pound’ charity initiative, now in its second year. Breast Cancer Care is the FA’s official charity partner.

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