The Women's Football Podcast podcast

The Women's Football Podcast

The Women's Football Podcast

A podcast looking at all aspects of the women's game from the Super League to the National League, from the FA Cup to the World Cup

47 épisodes

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    8: Derby Day Draws

    30:18

    Sandra Brobbey joins Liv to look back at a mixed week for the English teams in the Champions League, the Manchester Derby draw and Arsenal continuing there 100% record. North East based journalist John Middleton talks about the big North East clash in the Championship between Durham and Sunderland and there is a round up of all the other results in the WSL and Championship and look ahead to the week's fixtures. Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms
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    7: It's Hammertime

    37:01

    This week we look back at ''last'' season's FA Cup Quarter Finals as Arsenal dominate in the North London Derby and Brighton reach there first semi-final since 1976. It's another intriguing week in the WSL as Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs all win again but City are hammered by West Ham.  What next for the Citizens? Is Kelly Chambers under pressure at Reading and Birmingham set a new unwanted record. In the Championship, Durham hit the summit can this be there year and are Liverpool finally showing some ambition off the pitch. Plus a round up of all the National League results and a look ahead to the start of the Champions League group stages.  Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms 
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    6: Sixy time for Chelsea

    22:07

    Alex Pereira joins Luke to look at all the weekends action including a big away win for Chelsea as they hit United for Six and City were given the Arse by Miedema and Co.  Spurs are joint top with Rehanne Skinner earning plaudits. In the Championship the Blades are sharp at the top end of the table could this be there year? Plus a look at the all the results from the National League and beyond. Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms
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    5: Home Nations is where the heart is

    32:50

    This week Luke is in the hotseat with Emily and newcomer Alex Pereira as they look back at a successful week for the Home Nations in World Cup Qualifying, including a goal fest for England in Serena Wiegman's first games in charge and we hear from her and stand in captain, Leah Williamson.  Scotland and Northern Ireland are back in there national stadiums and looking good ahead of big fixtures to come and Wales are above France. There is also a look ahead to the upcoming fixtures in the WSL and Championship and some big news out of America. Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms
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    4: It's all Mead Mead Mied

    50:17

    This week Liv is joined by Emily Liles as they look at a Champions League exit for Manchester City and it was to get worse for them in the league. Have they underacheived already? Arsenal carry on marching on both in Europe and the league with Mead and Miedema in good form, is this a different Arsenal? Could Brighton be this season's surprise package and what is going on at Everton? Plus a Championship round up including Emily's trip to Liverpool v Bristol City where we hear from Bristol City goalkeeper Fran Bentley and the Redmen TV duo of Amy Laurence and Lauren Black on the Reds prospects this season. And a look ahead to the upcoming internationals. Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms
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    3: To VAR or not to VAR

    42:02

    Liv is joined by Emily, Mitul and Andrew The WSL is back with champions Chelsea suffering a defeat to Arsenal, can they upset the applecart this season?  Their is complaints about technology, or lack of, should it be brought in? Their is a look at the rest of the results in the WSL. Down in the Championship, Charlton Athletic played there first game as a professional outfit and Emily and Mitul were there to witness it and they catch up with manager Karen Hills, striker Ella Rutherford and Coventry United manager Jay Bradford.  Plus a look at the rest of the results in the division. Andrew takes us through the goings on in the National League and we round up the opening week in the SWPL.   Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms 
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    2: Championship Carnage

    27:04

    The first podcast of the new season is under way as Liv Griffiths is joined by Emily Liles and Fulham FC's Naomi Feltham. They look back at the opening weekend of the Championship where there was a distinct lack of draws with plenty of entertainment as they discuss Liverpool's opening day defeat and same old problems for Bristol City. The WSL is previewed with the season looking to be the most entertaining and exciting yet. Naomi looks at the key results from the National League and also talks about how she is settling into life at Fulham. Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms 
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    1: Exclusive interview with Angharad James

    20:07

    As we build up to a brand new season, Liv catches up with Wales international Angharad James as they chat about her move across to play in America, why she's not missing home and has she taught any of her team mates Welsh?   Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms to hear all previous episodes and to get each new episode uploaded to your device everyweek
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    39: Awards Do

    30:47

    Liv and Emily look back at the season and pick their Player Of The Season, Manager Of the Season, Moment of the Season and Goal of the Season. They also react to Carla Ward crossing the Birmingham Divide and who might miss out on Team GB selection.
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    38: Chelsea feel the Blues

    29:43

    Liv is making her debut in the hotseat as Chelsea are humbled in the Champions League final, should Barcelona get more credit?   We react to the various departures from the WSL including Casey Stoney leaving Manchester United does this cast a cloud over the WSL? Plus all the FA action and a look at the start of the NWSL season Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms

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