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Emma Hayes unveiled as final inductee into Barclays FA WSL Hall of Fame

The newly launched Barclays FA Women’s Super League Hall of Fame is delighted to announce Chelsea head coach Emma Hayes as the final inductee of 2021. Hayes is the longest serving manager in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and is one of the country’s most successful head coaches. Her record of four league titles

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Rachel Yankey second inductee into the WSL Hall of Fame

The newly launched Barclays FA Women’s Super League Hall of Fame has announced Rachel Yankey as the second inductee of 2021. Yankey is one of the country’s most decorated players having won every competition available with Arsenal, which included two FA Women’s Super League titles in 2011 and 2012. Many may also recall her starring

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Fara Williams first ever inductee into WSL Hall of Fame

The newly launched Barclays FA Women’s Super League Hall of Fame is delighted to announce Fara Williams as the first inductee of 2021. Williams, who is England’s record cap holder, has had an illustrious career in the domestic game having played every season of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League before her retirement this year,

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Alison Oliver returns to “Team Bath family” to be inducted into Hall of Fame

Yesterday Alison Oliver returned to the world-class Sports Training Village, that she helped to establish, to be inducted into the University of Bath Hall of Fame for Sport. Oliver, now Chief Executive of the Youth Sport Trust, was part of the team that delivered the initial presentation and subsequent lottery-funding and planning applications for the

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Legends inducted into World Rugby Hall of Fame

Four legends of the game were today inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame presented by Tudor at a special ceremony in Rugby, England. Liza Burgess, Ronan O’Gara, Pierre Verillepreux and Sir Bryan Williams received their honours at the state-of-the-art physical home of the Hall of Fame, which celebrates the inspirational journey of the

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Five legends inducted into World Rugby Hall of Fame

Today (10 November) USA’s Phaidra Knight was inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame at a special ceremony in Rugby, England.  The ceremony was attended by a host of other rugby luminaries at the Hall of Fame’s state-of-the-art physical home in the town that gave the game its name. Also being honoured were Felipe

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