#44) Remi Allen

#44) Remi Allen

Remi Allen is a fighter. Possessing a never-say-die attitude combined with plenty of natural ability, the Reading midfielder is someone you’d always want playing for your team rather than against. No better was this proved than in the recent FA quarter-final win over Manchester United, where she scored one and assisted another during extra time [...]

#31) England Netball

#31) England Netball

This week our second guest writer Ella Jerman explains why England Netball can lead the charge for women's sport in 2019. It was the gold that nobody predicted. England had won just three netball titles - and no ‘major’ ones - while Australia had won fifteen. Tracey Neville’s side had already made history by reaching [...]

#29) Ten Landmark Moments From 2018

#29) Ten Landmark Moments From 2018

It seems as though 2018 has provided a never-ending conveyor belt of victories when it comes to women’s sport. There was that Commonwealth gold for England Netball, a world silver for GB women’s wheelchair basketballers, Georgia Hall storming to British Open victory, Vicky Holland being crowned the overall ITU World Triathlon champion, Grand Slam titles [...]

#26) Ada Hegerberg

#26) Ada Hegerberg

Ada Hegerberg is a truly remarkable woman who will go down in history for all the right reasons. On Monday the Norwegian was the recipient of the first women’s Ballon d’Or, beating a plethora of immensely talented players - including six-time FIFA World Player of the Year/Best Women’s Player Marta and England stars Lucy Bronze [...]

It’s the process – not the person – that’s the issue

A new managerial appointment in football is supposed to bring feelings of hope, optimism and positivity. It’s the dawn of a new beginning. But Phil Neville’s announcement as the next England women’s boss could not have felt further from that. The former Manchester United and Everton defender may be deemed a great player of the [...]