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Can David Ginola unite football?

It was with some surprise that I saw David Ginola had thrown his cap into the ring and made a bid to become FIFA president in the forthcoming elections.  (Ginola is a former French international footballer and star of the Premiership, a gifted midfielder who played for both Newcastle and Tottenham.) One of his platforms is the desire

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FA Cup Third Round ties 1 February 2015

The FAWSL 2 sides join the party for the third round of the FA Cup and 6-time winners Doncaster Belles have been drawn at home to rival FAWSL2 side London Bees, while FAWSL 2 champions Sunderland travel to Aston Villa in their Third Round tie. Game 3 Doncaster Rovers Belles v London Bees will take place

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Nadine Kessler is Women’s World Player of the Year

Women’s World Player of the Year In what turned out to be a great evening for German football, Wolfsburg and Germany midfielder Nadine Kessler was named women’s player of the year. The 26-year-old beat Brazil’s Marta and United States international Abby Wambach. Kessler said: “My heart is beating madly at the moment. I don’t think I ever

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Women’s FA Cup 2nd Round Results

The results from Sunday’s 2nd Round ties are as follows: The New Saints LFC                               3 – 5    Derby County LFC Morecambe LFC                                      4 – 2    Sheffield United Community LFC Nottingham Forest LFC                         1 – 3    Preston North End WFC Radcliffe Olympic LFC                           3 – 1    Hull City LFC Sporting Club Albion LFC                     0 – 2    Stoke City LFC

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England keeper Rachel Brown-Finnis retires

England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis is retiring from all football after an 18-year international career. Brown-Finnis, 34, has made 82 appearances for England since her debut aged 16 against Germany in 1997.  She played in the Euro 2009 Final against Germany, the 2005 Euros and played at two World Cups. She started her career at Accrington

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England friendly against France postponed

England Women’s proposed friendly with France has been postponed after the two nations were drawn against each other in Group F of the 2015 FIFA World Cup in Canada. Both associations mutually agreed to the postponement following the draw, which puts England and France in the same group as Colombia and Mexico. England will still

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Game of Truce Commemorative Match

Team Army is proud to support and be part of the commemorative and deeply symbolic Game of Truce being re-enacted at Aldershot FC on 17th Dec.  Watched by a host of military personnel, sporting stars, including Sir Bobby Charlton, political figures and fans, the British Army will take on the soldiers of the German Bundeswehr

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