- Wed Apr 18 10:05 PM
Eriksson scores only goal as Chelsea survive late scare Stanway nets twice in Manchester City victory Chelsea maintained their three-point lead over Manchester City at the top of the Women’s Super League thanks to a 1-0 win at Everton. The leaders held their advantage for 78 minutes after Magdale...
- Tue Apr 17 7:15 PM
• Respondents asked to mark questions on scale of zero to 10 • Manager again barracked in Saturday’s lifeless draw at Swansea Everton have sent a survey to season-ticket holders and club members asking them to rate Sam Allardyce’s ability to “get the best out of the team” on a scale of zero to 10...
- Mon Apr 16 8:19 AM
José Mourinho needs to make drastic changes, Rafael
Benítez is getting best out of his players and Jordan Ayew is on a mission Having so meekly allowed Manchester City to claim the Premier League title, a process of rebuilding Manchester United into future champions starts now. The non-inclusion...
- Sun Apr 15 4:43 PM
• Louise Quinn’s injury-time header seals 2-1 victory • 14-time winners will play Chelsea or Manchester City in final Louise Quinn’s injury-time header helped Arsenal edge past Everton and reach the Women’s FA Cup final after a dramatic semi-final at Rossett Park. The 14-time winners started the...
- Sat Apr 14 5:17 PM
Every point feels precious in the scrap for survival, yet Swansea City will lament the fact that they departed with one, not three, from a game they badly needed to win to allow them to breathe more easily in the relegation battle. A superbly-taken goal from Jordan Ayew at least enabled Swansea t...
- Fri Apr 13 10:36 PM
• Everton manager also wants striker to get into the box more • Wayne Rooney
has not scored since 18 December Sam Allardyce has told Wayne Rooney
to increase his presence in the opposition penalty area following clear-the-air talks this week with the former England captain. Rooney did not disguis...
- Fri Apr 13 6:01 PM
A huge game for Swansea, who could take a significant step towards survival if they can rack up a fifth successive home win. Jordan Ayew, Swansea’s leading goalscorer, returns from suspension and will go straight back into the team, possibly at the expense of Tammy Abraham. As for Everton, Wayne...