(All Matches are in British UK Time)

Saturday Fixtures 29th June

 

Finland – Naisten Liiga


ONS V TPS (14:00)

Pallokissat V Nice Futis (14:00)

 

United States – National Womens Soccer League


Western New York Flash 4 – 0 Washington Spirit 

 

International Women’s Friendly

     

Germany 4 – 2 Japan 

Goals From:

Leonie Meier 17′ (Germany)

Shinobu Ohno 40′ (Japan)

Celia Okoyino da Mbabi 46′ 87′ (Germany)

Yuki Ogimi 60′ (Japan)

Simone Laudehr  90+1′ (Germany)

Attendance: 46,104

     

Netherlands 3 – 1 Australia

Goals From:

Lieke Martens 12′ 60′ (Netherlands)

Katrina Gorry 28′ (Australia)

Sherida Spitse 84′ (Netherlands)

     

France 1 – 0 Norway

Goals From:

Marie-Laure Delie 63′ (France)

Attendance: 11,225

 

Sunday Fixtures 30th June

 

 

Scotland – SWPL


Spartans V Buchan (13:00)

Aberdeen V Celtic (14:00)

Rangers V Kilwinning (14:00)

Forfar Farmington V Hibernian (14:00)

Hutchison Vale V Hamilton (15:00)

Falkirk V Glasgow City (16:00)

United States – National Womens Soccer League


Seattle Reign 3 – 1 Chicago Red Stars 

Kansas City 2 – 0 Portland Thorns 

2 Comments
  1. gromit 7 years ago

    I never said that Lair was a bad coach (deprived of qualities), neither that the players didn’t like him (but that some of them at least think that during a game he’s a bore, always shouting at them and telling them everything they have to do), but I still think that any “just good enough” coach, with Benstiti’s heritage and 17 internationals, amongst them Lotta Schelin, Lara Dickenman (one of the best player in Europe today, I’m sure you’ll agree ;o), and Megan Rapinoe, would have had the same results. I’m trying to see the thing with distance and objectivity, not being a Lyon’s supporter. I don’t agree with idea that Lair would be a God who would have created by himself the super-Lyon of today. I regret to see how Lyon’s supporters (I’m not talking about you, I don’t know your opinion about it) have forgotten what happened before, and all Benstiti’s work. Don’t forget either that, until this year, Lyon was the only professionnal team in D1, and one of the very rare in CL That makes a big, big, big difference.

    And I also think it’s a usual mistake to make a permanent confusion between Lyon and FWNT under the pretext that 70% of the last one is made with Lyonnaises. The competitions are not the same at all, the opponents are not the same at all. Once more, when Lyon meets Wolfsburg or Potsdam, it is in no way Germany. So, when Lyon wins against a German team, it’s supposed to be because the players and the coach are better (ok, I admit it), but when the NT loses against Germany, it’s only due to the coach… since Lyon has beaten German teams (I read the same thing about Japan/INAC Kobe – why the NT can’t beat the Nadeshiko since Lyon won against INAC ??). My humble opinion is that it is too easy to think like this, things are much more complicated. But I won’t repeat myself again, I already explained my opinion at length on this site.

  2. gromit 7 years ago

    Wendie Renard will miss tomorrow’s game against Norway. She left the group, victim of a begnin viral infection. The medical staff applied the precautionary principle. She should be back at the end of next week.

    I’m happy to find that Germany-Japan and France-Norway are not at the same time ! Les Bleues are not broadcast by any French TV (grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr), so, I’ll have to watch it through internet (if there is a Norwegian link somewhere, I’ll rely on Wsu to find one !). And the same for Germany-Japan (with soem assurance to have a streaming link). Two streamings at the same time can be hard (flow) but alos divide the screen by two. So… good thing.

    The attendance record will be beaten in Munich with at least 46,000 people !!! :o)

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