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Yeah not one, thousands and thousands could lol
Just love all these comments about ‘the poor quality’ of women’s football. Not one of you could score a goal like that scored at the Etihad.
Calm down it’s international break. You’d be lucky to get 500 people next week.
lol so daves idea for progress is to try guilt people in to watching womens football.why dave,if people dont like it,thats how it is. the standard is what it is,money does not make it better,i watched little bits of the world cup,they all sucked
@431. Posted by AFCB_Dave ==More slander? OK, copy and paste anything I said negative about womens football. Back up your mouth. And enough homework nonsense, YOU sound like the kid@441. Posted by ThisLadyLoves == Womens football needs more like you!@440. Posted by jacksox ==He misses the point everytime!!! he THINKS he knows what the point is, but he makes it up in his head!!
@AFCB_DAVE: But Dave you seem closed minded. There might be justification for putting absolutely anything down, just because you do not agree or see it, it doesn't make you right I'm afraid. But not listening wont help you to understand. Nothing should be sacred, everything should be up for scrutiny. If there something not right, we sort it in football or anywhere else, we don't hide.
AFCB Dave. you're missing my point. Why should I pay more to watch the team I support to subsidixe a team I don't. I honestly don't care about Derby Ladies team but every time i buy a ticket to watch Derby I am asked to pay £5 towards the womens team! When the women play at Pride Park it;s free entry but they still need bar staff, stewards etc so who pays for them?
438. Posted by jacksox - sadly a very disappointing attitude. The game in the UK is decades behind the men, having to play catch up. They are building slowly and surely. They are not using the main stadiums every game. They know where they are. They also know where they need to be. If a free ticket today means a paying customer in the future, thats only a good thing.
429 bitter and bluethe whole point is if its free to watch the womens football who is subsidising it?? Te people who pay £60 to watch the mens teams!!!!!!! if women want to play football let them builsd their own clubs not limpet themselves to a mans club that took 100+ years to build their own club and fan base. In America women lead the way in club soccer. Here its just an embarrasment
I coached womens "soccer" in new york for two years so dont call me sexist. but this mad rush to get womens football recognised in Britain is ridiculous. All the teams are reliant on mens football to keep them afloat and the fans of the clubs are paying for it. The BBC bang on about the huge crowds at WSL games this weekend. Cost to get into watch Chelsea vs Spurs today £0. so who's subsiding?
433. Posted by ThisLadyLoves - hahaha. OK, whatever you say. I ran away did I .... or else I was not sat in front of my PC perhaps. Here you go: there is NO justification to put down the women game, to put down those who enjoy all of football, to put down the BBC for covering it. That is the base line. Now make sure your homework is done and get to bed.
Biggest attendance EVER at the emptyhad then?
Two failures especially man u of the women's game trying to create a big crowd to prove their not minnows.
@AFCB_DAVE: He/She is correct it seems. You appear to be ignoring what was said and you're simply slinging childish nonsense around with your fingers in you're ears. You were given a chance and you simply ran away and hid and came back when they left. Why didn't you respond when offered? If they are talking about equal rights, and you think that is knuckle dragging, then you're the knuckle dragger
Great goal from Caroline. Bit worried we (City) seemed a bit blunt in attack without Lil' Keets but overall a decent display. Ellen White will be a big addition and I am excited to see more of Lee. Ellie Roebuck - what a prospect.
429. Posted by Bitterand Blue - so nice to see a grown up and positive comment among a sea of negativity. This is what the likes of Chester and his schoolmates don't get. Looking at the people who go to these games, proper family crowd, all ages able to enjoy a game of football. These youngsters won't grow up with the same issues the knuckle draggers have.
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