Everton were the last remaining part-time team in the division.
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1 Posted 28/09/2014 at 19:57:27
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7 Posted 29/09/2014 at 00:31:24
I feel a bit bad for the ladies but I'm sure most of them will be competing in the WSL with other teams in the near future. The real loser is Everton who only win silverware through the ladies and kids.
8 Posted 29/09/2014 at 16:48:37
9 Posted 29/09/2014 at 17:07:05
With regards to the Women's Super League - a combination of Mo Marley leaving, our international standard players going over to the dark side and then the usual tale of money trumping under-funding. How can a part-time team compete with a full-time team with better facilities, more training and full-time wages?
And Manchester City being promoted to the top division despite not winning their league and one of the originals in the women's game, Doncaster Belles, being relegated. Where is Sepp Blatter when you need him?......
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