don't believe this at all. i saw the highlights from the england/spain 3-2. the england keeper headed it into her own net. piss poor.Amirah wrote:I don't watch much of women's football but saw some of the Spain-France game earlier. From what I saw it was a good game and had players that Ste your pub team only wish they had!
have you played sunday league?Dante wrote:No. You might have an argument if we were talking Conference teams and above, but a sunday league team? No chance.
they haven't played in the conference. you're talking about the one based in london. i'm talking about the one based in birmingham ffs.Dante wrote:Right, so a semi-professional team that has played in the Conference twice and currently plays in the Conference South is your example of a Sunday league team?
This is a Sunday League.
basically.RedDevilInAZ wrote:For me comparing a women's sport, be it football, basketball ice hockey or whatever, to their male counter part just doesn't stand up. The game become a totally different when played by women, usually they are not as strong or as fast and that changes the tactics and strategies. The game must be looked at for its own merits and either accepted or rejected, comparing it to the mens game is asking 7 year old schoolboys to play against teenagers.
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