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When Rotherham United departed from Millmoor at the end of the 2007/08 season, the departure of this football club from its home of one hundred and one years was, perhaps, not granted the attention that it should have been. Rotherham, who had a wretched few seasons during the last decade, had failed to reach agreement…
On the 26th June, the sixth Women’s World Cup kicks off in Germany. It is twenty years since the tournament started, during which time the women’s game has come on significantly, particularly in terms of its public profile. However, women’s football – particularly women’s professional football – is still very much in its infancy. The…
To put things bluntly, Baton Rouge have stumbled mightily at the start of this summer’s Premier Development League campaign. Although the capital club is not alone, with 2010 champions Portland U-23 finding themselves nine points off the pace in a rather competitive Northwest Division and beaten finalists Thunder Bay second from bottom in the Heartland Division…