Women’s World Cup 2015 social media round up

Former footballer lauds the spirit of the women’s World Cup so far and thinks the men’s game could learn some lessons

“If the highly paid, wonderfully preened men are watching, they’ll see the spirit of the game in front of their eyes, the spirit of the kid aged 11, running around with intent, wanting to tackle, wanting to score, wanting the pure enjoyment of this great sport, rather than the stupid hair, tantrums and cancerous cheating which all hallmark the modern mens game.”
Former footballer, Stan Collymore’s blog post

This picture speaks a thousand words, non?


It appears the Beckhams have a new footballer in town…


… she’s even got her own England England strip already…


… although one Beckham is not entirely happy her daughter seems to love football…

‘Harper loves football. It’s like a dagger going into my heart! She’s got little shoes and a little football shirt and she runs around in the garden with her brothers. So as much as she is girly, she’s a tomboy as well.’ Victoria Beckham was speaking at Fashion Icons talk with Fern Mallis

There’s always someone with kit concerns…

Here’s one fan regretting not being in Canada… join the club

England boss gets all teary-eyed

Make sure that artificial turf is watered properly now…


Fans always worry about whether they can watch their favoured match…

… as well as trying to watch matches around that pesky work

The wonderful moment Nigeria’s Asisat Oshoala named BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year 2015

Author: Jo Gunston

Roving blogging superfan shares behind the scenes stories of her sports life and the best of those from like-minded souls.

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