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Ferrell - We Were “Different Class” the First Hour

Bedlington Terriers manager Andrew Ferrell believes the side were “a different class” for the first 60 minutes of the game against Ashington Colliers at Hirst Welfare. 321 more words


Post-match: Norway vs England

England turned things around last night to come from a goal down against Norway to win 2-1. Their first ever victory in a World Cup knockout game takes them to the quarter finals where they will play the hosts, Canada. 1,922 more words


Post-match: France vs England 

This evening, England lost 1-0 to France in the opening game of Group F and I thought I’d just share a few thoughts on my view of the game, from an English perspective. 978 more words


The young striker struck the only goal of the game as the Premier League champions began their post-season tour with victory in BangkokMay

Dominic Solanke’s early first-half strike sealed a 1-0 win for Chelsea over Thailand All-Stars on Saturday.

The England Under-19 international finished off a good team move as he volleyed home after Ola Aina’s cross was helped on its way by Loic Remy. 218 more words


Post-match: Canada vs England

Canada held on to secure a 1-0 win in a warm-up friendly against a much-changed England side on Friday night, the sole goal a moment of magic from Sophie Schmidt. 4,034 more words


Sutherland Sharks FC v Blacktown City FC

I’ve absolutely loved going to Sutherland Sharks games since the Bomber Brown / Brendan Gan heydays of the early 00’s. While the atmosphere and general marketing of the club leaves a LOT to be desired, the product on the pitch has always been top notch. 595 more words


Post-match: Manchester City vs Chelsea

Manchester City and Chelsea played out a 1-1 draw on Sunday evening in a game of few chances. Eni Aluko opened the scoring for the visitors with just over twenty minutes played, Ji So-Yun nutmegging Steph Houghton with a well-weighted pass that the Chelsea striker converted coolly, but Toni Duggan cancelled this out just before the break, firing into an open goal after a mix-up involving goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl and defender Claire Rafferty. 2,220 more words

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