Summer Transfer 2016: Crazy Hot Summer in Europe

womenforfootball.com – It was a record hot Summer around the world this year. But despite some unusual record rainfall and flooding in some parts of Europe, it was particularly a hot summer in football transfer market in Europe. A new record transfer of all time was set in Summer 2016, thanks to Paul Pogba’s astonishing…

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Barcelona women team to compete at America’s NWSL league?

womenforfootball.com – A surely ambitious plan is brewing between Europe’s best women team and World’s finest national women league: Four time European Champions, Barcelona, plans to develop a franchise team to compete in America’s National Women Soccer League, NWSL.  The club’s president, Josep Maria Bartomeu, unveiled the club’s plan in their official club office launch…

In Charts: 4 reasons why Euro 2016 was a dull Tournament

womenforfootball.com- The 15th edition of UEFA Euro Cup 2016 came to an end in a disappointing fashion in Paris on Sunday. Disappointing, not only because the host nation, France, saw Championship trophy slip off their hands to Portugal in extra time of the Final. Not only because defending Champions, Spain was knocked out early in…

5 interesting facts about Euro 2016

womenforfootball.com- Between whispers of desire among lovers in avenues of Paris, shouts of labour movements in the streets, and flooded rural area, there is another major event jazzing up the French streets this Summer. 15th Edition of Euro Cup, or European Championship will be hosted by France starting June 10th until July 10th. For the…

Top 5 reasons for Arsenal’s mounting crisis

(womenforfootball.com)- The only club in Europe currently battling with crisis is not Liverpool  for being 9th spot, Chelsea for their mid-table spot. It is not Manchester United being out of Champions league contention, nor is it Real Madrid with their young coach. It is Arsenal, which is in its worst club crisis ever witnessed. The…

Which club Pep Guardiola will join? Manchester United or City?

Womenforfootball.com – Pep Guardiola, “The genius coach of modern football”, as he is called by majority of football managers, professional players and pundits, is on his way to English Premier League(Source: ESPN). The young Spaniard made the announcement in an official press conference last month, although he still has 4 months remaining into his contract…