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Bristol City Women relish being the underdogs ahead of their Conti Cup Final against Chelsea

Bristol City Women already face a tough task against Chelsea in this Sunday’s Continental Cup final, and that’s without mentioning the absence of talismanic captain Jas Matthews and manager Tanya Oxtoby.  Oxtoby is expecting to give birth to son this month and the Australian boss took maternity leave in January. Matt Beard will steer the […]

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‘They say good things come to those that wait!’ Jill Scott remains patient for her 150th England appearance

Jill Scott has 149 appearances for England, and counting. Hopefully. The Lionesses midfielder was a regular in the squad that underwhelmed at the SheBelieves Cup in March, playing in the defeats to the USA and Spain. The latter of which, nearly nine months ago, is still their most recent competitive fixture. As the COVID-19 pandemic […]

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An iconic moment as Cheltenham Town Ladies under-17s match is held up by galloping horse

Saturday’s match in Dudley, Kingswinford between Cheltenham Town Ladies under-17s and Kewford Eagles was unexpectedly disrupted as a horse invaded the pitch during the first half. The uninvited guest galloped the pitch’s full-length, covering around half one eighth of a mile in the process before stewards’ inquiry were needed at the scene. The Robinesses’ coach, […]

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LISTEN: Jamie Cureton on his time at Cheltenham, Johan Ackermann leaves Gloucester, and how local clubs will survive COVID-19

Listen below for our latest radio bulletin. We speak exclusively to veteran striker Jamie Cureton as he reflects on the 2013/14 campaign, his only season at Cheltenham Town FC. Mark Yates’ side finished 17th in what was a disappointing season for the Robins. Cureton reveals what went wrong, and what his favourite moments were playing […]

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Why the Eredivie cancelling the season is not relevant for the Premier League’s fate

The Eredivisie, the Dutch top flight in football, was declared null and void last week, sparking inevitable comparisons to the Premier League’s current hiatus. While people are arguing the FA should follow its Dutch counterpart’s example, the situations of the two leagues should really not be compared. This season (or should we say last season […]