1. Aston Villa fans show value of standing by manager as Carla Ward finds redemption

    By Megan Feringa Carla Ward wouldn’t have blamed them. In fact, after five games, five losses and zero points, the Aston Villa manager expected the turn to come. “If you said to me ‘if you lose the first five games, do you think the fans are going to have your back?’, I probably wo
  2. Carla Ward wary of sack after Chelsea thrashing leaves Aston Villa rock bottom of WSL

    By Megan Feringa Aston Villa boss Carla Ward admitted her future is unclear after a 6-0 thrashing by Women’s Super League leaders Chelsea consigned her side to a fifth successive defeat this season. First-half goals from Millie Bright and Fran Kirby put the Blues in the ascendency,
  3. Aston Villa boss Carla Ward fumes at amount of injury time played in late defeat at Arsenal

    By Jack Lacey-Hatton Aston Villa manager Carla Ward labelled the amount injury time played in their gut wrenching defeat at Arsenal "ludicrous." Twelve additional minutes were played at the Emirates on Sunday, during which Aston Villa's 1-0 lead was wiped out, with Katie McCabe and
  4. Chelsea spared blushes with last-gasp goal against nine-woman Man City - 5 talking points

    By Megan Feringa Guro Reiten's last-ditch equaliser salvaged a crucial point for reigning champions Chelsea against nine-player Manchester City Women on Sunday. The hosts relished a dream start as Chloe Kelly's blistering strike from range fired City into the ascendency with just s
  5. Chelsea manager Emma Hayes calls for radical WSL change to boost "unpredictability"

    By Megan Feringa Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has called for the Women's Super League to be expanded to 18 teams to boost the "unpredictability" of the women's top-flight in England. The WSL is currently comprised of 12 teams, with clubs managing a 22-match campaign along with two do