Spain – Superliga


Sporting de Huelva 2 – 0 Atletico Madrid

Collerense 4 – 1 Reocín

San Gabriel 0 – 3 Espanyol

Rayo Vallecano 2 – 3 Athletic Club

Levante 2 – 0 Real Sociedad

Lagunak 0 – 1 Valencia

FVPR El Olivo 1 – 1 L’Estartit

Barcelona 2 – 0 Llanos Olivenza

Málaga 1 – 2 Transportes Alcaine

 


 

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  1. John Ternai 7 years ago

    Well, I’m not so sure @ Lutendo Morris that this is pro leagues that most countries are seeking. I’m not so sure it‘s the best. I think the country wants is stable leagues, with a sound economy. We have now seen the U.S. try to have pro leagues on two different occasions and both times it has gone bust (WUSA + WPS), in Sweden, drive type semi-pro. That is to say that a lot has a job outside. One should remember that many girls are playing football to maximum 35 years of age. What then? .. Many will not have a particularly good education or working life experience. Being a professional footballer not qualify for many jobs outside of football. Therefore, I can feel that it is better to have a league where you combine work / education and football. Life is beyond that. The girls could earn so much that they do not need to work after 35 is probably not achievable.The question is if you want it that way. I’m not so sure about that.

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