Development of Woman Football, Best Players

Development of Woman Football, Best Players

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The Plymouth football club the Pilgrims put five past Chichester amidst injury crisis: It was the eighth consecutive away win for the argyle at Sussex without the midfield duo, Jessie Jones, and Kayley Lane, who was left out of the squad due to fitness test failure. However, Zoe Cunningham and Steph Beck were deployed to their roles. Plymouth football Coach, Vicky Fannon’s Illness, ruled him out of the travelers, and Trevor Rodd had to fill in his role.

The Plymouth football club Argyle ladies took the lead late in the first half with Amber Pollock’s 30 yards screamer five minutes to halftime. The Green ladies never looked back since the first goal. Mollie Taylor marked his 150th appearance for Plymouth football with a header right after the break. No goals for the argyle until 71 minutes. It was Middleton with the second header goal of the contest from Dandridge’s well-taken corner. Knapman made it four for the Argyle before rounding it up to make it five. It was an easy sail for the argyle yet again.

“I can’t tell you how delighted we are with the result. I know people will say Chichester is bottom of the league, but it is a tough place to go to, and they had their tails up after their close defeat against Watford last week. We put their fire out; we did a professional job. It showed the quality of depth we have, with still having girls coming in, so it was a great result” The female Plymouth football manager said

The Plymouth football Argyle squad against Chichester: B Kyle, L Burridge, E Dover, B Jackson, L Huntley, F Ivall, A Pollock, B Dandridge, S Beck, Z Cunningham, N Knapman, H Bleazard, K Middleton, M Taylor.

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Overview of Global Women Football Development

Women football had become a force to reckon with in recent years, with the numbers of viewership increasing drastically and more participants. Heap of thanks to the FIFA and UEFA for massive contributions to ensure its growth. The aim to promote female football has taken its toll. FIFA now has well laid down strategies to develop female football, a report published on 9 October 2018. Some of them are the Creation of football academies, Encouraging EQUALITY between both genders, redefining qualification stages at World Cup tournament, and introduction of new international competitions.

Best Women Football Players in History

Since the inception of Women football, the world had witnessed many women carved their name in the heart of female soccer game and would forever be remembered for their legendary nous at the time of their playing days. The list is endless but here are the few notable ones

Marta Vieira Da Silva: The Swedish-Brazilian was nicknamed ‘Pele in a skirt’ for her goal exploits and achievements in female soccer. The forward who is widely regarded as the best woman ever to kick the leather has 6 FIFA world players of the year to her name, winning the title back to back from 2006 to 2010. She is currently playing for Orlando Pride at the age of 33 years.

Brandi Chastain: The two-times World Cup winner and Olympics Gold Medalist Is one of the great USWNT trailblazers with 30 goals for her country in 192 appearances. The Californian born started her football career at Shiroki FC Serena and retired playing for her hometown club, California Storm, in 2010. She is currently 51 years old.

Abby Wambach: The former USA forward holds the record of the most goals scored for national teams in the history of soccer (Men included) with 184 goals, playing for USWNT for 13 years (2003-2015). Also, she’s a world cup and FIFA Best Player award winner with 254 career goals.

Christine Sinclair: Christine is the Canada top scorer of all time and the second-highest scorer in the history of soccer with just a stroke shy of equaling Abby Wambach’s record, 183. She is currently the most capped female footballer with 284 caps. She holds the record of the footballer to score in five minutes world cup editions with Brazilian legend, Marta.

Ada Helderberg: Currently playing for Lyon ladies, Helderberg is the first woman to win Balon d’Or Feminine. She was named UEFA Best Women Player for three years in a row (2016-2019). She led the Lyon ladies to quadruple UEFA Champions league in a row, and her team is the current holder.

Marta Vieira Da Silva

Brandi Chastain

Ada Helderberg

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