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8dESPN

WSL player booked twice, no sending off

Brighton's Kayleigh Green was shown two yellow cards but stayed on the pitch in the Women's Super League clash against Everton on Sunday.

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9dESPN

Arsenal's Miedema breaks WSL goal record

Arsenal and Netherlands forward Vivianne Miedema has broken the all-time scoring record for the Women's Super League with 50 goals.

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Kennedy: Matildas embracing the expectation

Tottenham and Australia defender Alanna Kennedy has said the Matildas are embracing the expectation being placed on them.

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14dKathleen McNamee

Neville: WSL tactically better since lockdown

England manager Phil Neville has said Women's Super League games are more physically intense and tactically better than before the pandemic.

Alanna Kennedy: Midfield role was key to Spurs move (1:13)
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16dESPN

Handball rule dominates as Chelsea beat City

Two penalties ensured a dramatic meeting between Chelsea and Manchester City with the Women's Super League champions coming out on top.

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19dGraham Hays

U.S. camp without Morgan, Lavelle, Press

Tobin Heath, Rose Lavelle, Sam Mewis, Alex Morgan and Christen Press are all playing in England and will not join the camp.

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20dJames Olley

Study reveals levels of prejudice against women

Two-thirds of women working in football have experienced discrimination, according to a study conducted by Women in Football.

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32dKathleen McNamee

Beckie: City need to evaluate ability to score

Manchester City have scored just two goals in their opening two games and are sixth in the Women's Super League.

EXCLUSIVE: Press says Stoney was key to Man United move (1:12)
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EXCLUSIVE: Heath targets titles with 'massive' Man United (1:08)
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Morgan: Last-minute Spurs move a chance to challenge myself (1:07)
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46dGraham Hays

Sources: USWNT's Morgan to join Spurs on loan

United States women's national team and Orlando Pride forward Alex Morgan will join Tottenham Hotspur, multiple sources confirmed to ESPN.

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48dESPN

USWNT WC winners Heath, Press join Man Utd

Manchester United have signed two-time World Cup winners Tobin Heath and Christen Press on one-year deals, the club announced on Wednesday.

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49dESPN

Man City sign Bronze after Lyon exit

England International Lucy Bronze has signed a two-year deal with her former team Manchester City, the club announced on Tuesday.

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55dSamantha Lewis

Brighton sign Stott from Melbourne City

Rebekah Stott is one of a number of Australia and New Zealand internationals to make the move to Europe recently.

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56dESPN

Chelsea Women sign Harder from Wolfsburg

The 27-year-old has long been linked to the Women's Super League champions who won the Women's Community Shield on Saturday.