End of the Year Spurs review

In the first in a series of two articles reviewing Tottenham Hotspur’s start to the WSL season, Rachel Lara Cohen reviews what’s happened and what needs to be done to ensure 2023 starts better than 2022 ended (2/1/23). Above: Kerys Harrop’s return after long term injury has been a positive for Tottenham Hotspur. Photo: Football.London.Continue reading “End of the Year Spurs review”

Western United Ready To Make An Impact

With their A-League Women debut fast approaching, things are taking shape at Western United. For this week’s Midweek Dub feature, the club’s inaugural head coach Mark Torcaso talks to Impetus’ Kieran Yap about their first pre-season (9/11/22). Above: Members of Western United’s inaugural team. Image supplied by: Western United. When Western United’s participation in thisContinue reading “Western United Ready To Make An Impact”

Do Spurs Have An Injury Crisis?

by Rachel Lara Cohen (26/10/22) Above: Injured Tottenham players Kerys Harrop, Esther Morgan, and Rosella Ayane look on as Spurs warm-up on Saturday against Manchester City at Brisbane Road. Photo: Rachel Lara Cohen. On Saturday in the second minute of Tottenham Hotspur’s game against Manchester City on Saturday, Ellie Brazil left the pitch. She wasContinue reading “Do Spurs Have An Injury Crisis?”

Moneyfields: Revelling In Much Deserved FAWNL Position

by Stuart Barker (23/10/22) Above: Moneyfields in possession against Exeter City earlier this season. Photo: DnP Sports Photography. After two frustrating seasons lost to COVID, Moneyfields FC Women were able to finally secure a much-deserved promotion into the FA Women’s National League South West Division One, the fourth tier of women’s football. They were previouslyContinue reading “Moneyfields: Revelling In Much Deserved FAWNL Position”

Spurs At Brisbane Road: First Impressions of Their New Home

by Rachel Lara Cohen (22/10/22) Above: Tottenham Hotspur take on Liverpool last weekend – their first match at new home Brisbane Road. Photo: Rachel Lara Cohen. On Sunday, four weeks after the start of the season (five weeks after the season was initially scheduled to start), Spurs Women played their first game at their newContinue reading “Spurs At Brisbane Road: First Impressions of Their New Home”

Today’s Youngsters, Tomorrow’s Rockstars

Five Talents You Should Watch Out For From The U-20 World Cup by Emmanuel Faith (2/9/22) Above: The new U20 World Champions, Spain. Artwork: FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup. Although the FIFA under-20 World Cup wrapped up on Monday, a lot of football fans are still basking in the array of exhilarating moments of theContinue reading “Today’s Youngsters, Tomorrow’s Rockstars”

Post-Euros Debrief: What To Look Forward To At The World Cup

by Jonathan Tay (4/8/22) Above: Scenes at Wembley Stadium after England’s European Championship Final on Sunday. Photo: Lionesses. With the culmination of an enthralling UEFA Women’s Euros, it is difficult not to look ahead with anticipation to the next big tournament – the Women’s World Cup in 2023. The Matildas kick off on home soilContinue reading “Post-Euros Debrief: What To Look Forward To At The World Cup”

Summer’s Campaign For Equality

Back in June, the then nine-year-old Summer Hoofe went into her local branch of Sports Direct to buy a new pair of football boots. When she saw that the store had labelled football boots as being for boys, she was rightly shocked. Summer began a social media campaign highlighting the crazy situation and called forContinue reading “Summer’s Campaign For Equality”

Fran Kirby: Overcoming Huge Challenges To Make Euro 2022 Final

Last night, Fran Kirby produced a sensational performance in England’s 4-0 win over Sweden in the Semi-Finals of Euro 2022. It was just reward for a player who has overcome mental health challenges, injuries, and several bouts of debilitating illness to line up at Wembley on Sunday in one of the biggest games on theContinue reading “Fran Kirby: Overcoming Huge Challenges To Make Euro 2022 Final”

One Year Milestone Marked By World Cup Hosts

by Kieran Yap (20/7/22) Above: The Women’s World Cup – the tournament starts in a year’s time today. Photo: USA Today. Australia and New Zealand have started the 365-day countdown to the Women’s World Cup with the unveiling of the Unity Pitch in Sydney, along with some other big announcements for football fans. Landmarks acrossContinue reading “One Year Milestone Marked By World Cup Hosts”