Team Zhetysu sample in 2011…Continue
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In the club system, men's club "Wings of Soviets came women's football team.
The women's team, "Wings of the Soviets" will play in the first league championship in Russia. Home matches pupils coach Rose Nurkenovoy will spend on the stadium CSK VVS. The first of these will be held on July…
In the 8th round of the Swedish Damallsvenskan Linköping welcomed Göteborg to Folkungavallen. And it turned out to be an entertaining, but goal-less, game. For a complete line up please refer to the official page, found here. With a fairly big crowd, numbering 676 and a fair but windy weather the atmosphere couldn't be…Continue
Greetings from Joplin, Missouri ya'll!
Yes, it is true, I'm actually sitting just a few miles from what's left of the deadliest tornado to hit the United States in over fifty years.
It's a grim, grim nightmare down here, as you'll see below.
However, while I tend to let my emotions get the best of me in times of need, one must also realize...
The show must go on.
Get The Show Clown Out Of The Way
Sharp comes to the level of elite !!!!!
Mordovochka 2-4 Sharp
25 min GOLLLLLLLLLLL! 1-0 Elena…
Goals from Renard and Dickenmann give Lyon a well deserved women's Champions League Final win at Craven Cottage, London.
The two teams met in last season's Champions League final, where Potsdam took the crown in a heartbreaking penalty shootout. Lyon were determined not to suffer the same misfortune two years running.
Lyon took the lead in the 27th minute, after a corner caused a goalmouth…Continue
Olympique Lyonnais vs Turbine Potsdam
Women’s Champions League Final
Craven Cottage, London
Thursday May 26 2011
Kick-Off 20:00 (BST) / 21:00 (CEST)
Olympique Lyonnais and Turbine Potsdam meet in the UEFA Women’s Champions League final for the second successive season on Thursday evening, with the French champions looking to…Continue
So, the four of you that read Weekly Wrap and KitG have been gnashing your teeth, wondering what my lazy self has done with the articles.
This is fair.
Truth being, I had Weekly Wrap up and ready for the most part Sunday evening.
However, I think it is wise to explain my location in respect to Missouri and the United States.
I live in Springfield, Missouri. It is in the Southwest corner of the state of Missouri. It is 3 hours south of Kansas City, Ks/Mo [Sporting…Continue
Finland Naisten Liiga
TPS juniorijalkapallo 0 - 7 Pallokerho-35 Vantaa
J. Lyytikäinen 6’ (Pallokerho-35)
C. Uwak 32’ 69’ (Pallokerho-35)
T. Hälinen 37’ 47’ (Pallokerho-35)
J. Gibbens 62’ (Pallokerho-35)
N. Jåfs 88’ (Pallokerho-35)
FC United 0 - 2…Continue
FC Bayern Munich 2 – 1 FFC Turbine Potsdam
Julia Simic 11’ 30’ (FC Bayern Women)
Jennifer Zietz 22’ (FFC Turbine Potsdam)
The FC Bayern Women have fought off stiff competition to win the Bundesliga Cup. Coach Thomas Wörle’s team beat Women’s Champions League holders FFC Turbine Potsdam on Saturday, midfielder Julia Simic scoring both goals in a 2-1 win…Continue
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A diferença entre o ouro e a prata
A Copa do Mundo de Futebol Feminino está na véspera de começar, já que faltam 35 dias para o seu início e, neste contexto de pré-copa, as seleções nacionais estão…Continue
Germany got their Women’s World Cup warm-up underway with a solid performance against North Korea as they recorded a 2-0 win in Ingolstadt.
Kerstin Garefrekes came close to opening the scoring on 23 minutes, but Hong Myong-Hui reacted well to her shot to tip the ball over the bar to deny the Frankfurt forward.
Ye-Ri Gyong came closest to a goal for the Koreans on 38 minutes with a shot from just inside the box which beat goalkeeper Nadine Angerer, but the…Continue
Finland Naisten Liigan Match Results 21st May 2011
Kuopion Mimmifutis 1 - 2 Kokkola F10
A Auvinen 28’ (KMF)
L Cole 60’ (Kokkola)
M Rein 84’ (Kokkola)
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Saturday 21st May
Women’s Internationals Friendly
Germany 2 – 0 North Korea
Kim Kulig 60’ (Germany)
Célia Okoyino da Mbabi 86’…Continue
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Arsenal Ladies 2 – 0 Bristol Academy
Kim Little 19’ (Arsenal)
Julie Fleeting 32’ (Arsenal)
Scotland colleagues Kim Little and Julie Fleeting scored a goal each to win Arsenal the FA Women's Cup for the…Continue
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First half goals from Scotland internationals Kim Little and Julie Fleeting helped Arsenal Ladies to a comfortable 2-0 win over Bristol Academy in the FA Women’s Cup Final.
Arsenal dominated much of the game at Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena on course to their 11th FA Cup win, and fifth in six years in a game which saw Bristol make their debut in the final, having lost in the semi-finals on five previous occasions, including three to the Gunners.
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why did the bbc drop the fa cup