Post match Analyis of Barcelona vs Deportivo Abanca

FC Barcelona faced Deportivo Abanca in the Quarter Finals of the Queen's Cup. With two attacking teams on display, plenty of goals were expected. But, the match panned out to be a low scoring one with Barca emerging victorious thanks to a 120th-minute header by Kheira Hamraoui deep in the extra time. Starting XIs Barcelona Deportivo Abanca Pamela Tajonar (GK) Esther Sullastres Mapi Leon Teresa Abelleira Marta Torrejon Iris Alexia Putellas

Conti Cup Final Preview: Chelsea vs Arsenal

The first trophy of the season is up for grabs this Saturday and it's going to be decided between the Londoners. One is the mighty Arsenal who boasts 5 continental titles to their name. The most successful women's team in the United Kingdom up against their arch-rivals and nemesis this season, Chelsea. The road to the final Arsenal (record 5 times winners) beat holders Manchester City 2-1. They reached the final for the eighth time since 2011. Arsenal's road to the final: London City Lionesses vs Arsenal 0:5 (Mead x3, Roord, Mitchell) Arsenal vs Charlton Athletic Women 4:0 (van de Donk x2, Mead, Beattie) Brighton & Hove Albion Women vs Arsenal 0:0 (4:2 on penalties) Arsenal vs Bristol City W

Caroline Graham Hansen - Norwegian dribbling genius

24-years-old Norwegian professional footballer currently playing for FC Barcelona and the Norway women's national football team. - Hello? Is this Leo Messi? - No, it's Caro Hansen on the phone. - Oh, that's even better. Caroline Graham Hansen was born and raised in Oslo. She spent her youth career at Lyn, where she played until the age of 15. In 2010, 15-year-old Caroline moved to Stabæk and made her debut at Toppserien (the top level of women's association football in Norway). For three years spent in Stabæk, she appeared in 71 matches in which she scored 32 goals. In August 2013, Hansen signed a contract with Tyresö FF (Swedish Damallsvenskan champions). She helped Tyresö qualify for the 2

Tactical Breakdown and Analysis of Barcelona Femeni's Season 2019/2020 So Far

Hi Guys, Hope everyone is doing wonderful. We’ve seen blog’s decrypting men’s football. In this blog, we’re going to discuss about the tactical breakdown of the Barcelona Femeni. They are the current leaders of the Spanish Iberdrola, winners of the first Spanish Super Cup and the first Spanish team to play in a UEFA Women’s Champions League Final. And when we say about Barcelona football, we can’t leave out ‘tiki-taka’. This holds true for this Barcelona team. Let’s dissect their play and see how they transformed after the debacle against Lyon in the Champions League Final. Summer Signings: Caroline Graham Hansen (Norway) Jennifer Hermoso (Spain) Andrea Falcon (Spain) Assisat Oshoala (Nigeri

Leah Williamson - she's one of our own

22 year old English footballer. She currently plays for Arsenal and England women's national football team Club career Leah Williamson joined Arsenal Ladies Centre of Excellence in 2006 as a nine-year-old. She made her senior team debut on 30th of March 2014 in UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-final game against Birmingham City. Arsenal lost 0:2, Leah came as a substitution in 81st minute of the game. 17 days after that, she made her FA WSL debut, it was the game against Notts County on 16th of April 2014. She didn't have to wait long for her first major title with Arsenal. They won in the 2014 Women's FA Cup final against Everton on 1st of June, Leah changed Jade Bailey in the 76th mi