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Coronavirus: WSL, Championship cancelled

The remainder of Women's Super League (WSL) and Championship seasons have been cancelled, the Football Association announced on Monday.

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Sources: WSL players don't expect league return

Players at WSL and Women's Championship clubs are widely resigned to the rest of the season being cancelled, multiple sources have told ESPN.

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FIFPRO: Women players' livelihoods at stake

Many female footballers are at risk of losing their livelihoods due to the global football shutdown, a report by global players' union FIFPRO said.

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WSL: City edge Arsenal, Chelsea beat West Ham

Defending champions Arsenal suffered a serious blow to their title hopes as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at WSL leaders Manchester City.

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Liverpool women's GK suffers horror facial injury

Liverpool women's goalkeeper Fran Kitching has said she is feeling better after suffering a horror facial injury in training last week.

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Raso to join Matilda Kerr in English WSL

Matildas winger Hayley Raso will join Sam Kerr in England's Women's Super League, with a move to Everton appearing done and dusted.

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Aussie Kerr makes winning WSL debut for Chelsea

Australia international striker Sam Kerr's Chelsea career got off to a winning start as they came from a goal down to beat Reading 3-1.

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Two hat-tricks, four assists, one Gunner

Fredde Ljungberg struggled on his managerial debut, but at least one set of Arsenal fans saw a dominant display.

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Arsenal beat Spurs in front of WSL record crowd

The first north London derby in the Women's Super League between Spurs and Arsenal produced a record crowd of 38,262 at Tottenham stadium.

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Australia star Kerr joins WSL leaders Chelsea

Australia striker Sam Kerr has joined Chelsea on a two-and-a-half year deal and will be available for the second half of the WSL season.

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Sam Kerr remains coy on Chelsea rumours

Sam Kerr is remaining coy about her club future amid rumours that a deal has been struck with Chelsea, preferring to focus on a much-needed holiday.

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Sources: Arsenal won't let coach talk to USWNT

The search for the next boss of the USWNT has hit a roadblock, with the USSF hampered in its attempts to interview Arsenal's Joe Montemurro.

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WSL: Arsenal thrash Brighton to go top

Dutch striker Vivianne Miedema scored a goal assisted two more as Arsenal thrashed Brighton & Hove Albion 4-0 to go top of the Women's Super League.

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WSL: Everton go top, Spurs shock Liverpool

Manchester City and Everton are tied at the top of the Women's Super League after both sides won 2-0 on Sunday.

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WSL plan women's-men's double headers

Some Women's Super League (WSL) matches will be played as "double-headers" with men's Premier League games next season.