Exeter City Women 2020/21 Season

grecian-near-hell

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Here's something for our resident womens football guru to get his teeth into if he thinks City are doing poorly as to who they look after the City womens side. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/53839756
haha 😂 You are trying to educate me on what I have known for ages, I know a couple of players at Liverpool and know how tough it’s been there.

The main stream media only talked about what an amazing club Liverpool are and all the success but failed to mention the treatment of the women’s players and there relegation, Says a lot about the club when you look at there rivals Manchester City and Chelsea and there support for women’s football.

My concern is that my club are doing the right thing for females ootball.
 

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haha 😂 You are trying to educate me on what I have known for ages, I know a couple of players at Liverpool and know how tough it’s been there.

The main stream media only talked about what an amazing club Liverpool are and all the success but failed to mention the treatment of the women’s players and there relegation, Says a lot about the club when you look at there rivals Manchester City and Chelsea and there support for women’s football.

My concern is that my club are doing the right thing for females ootball.
Because "Liverpool" in the MSM is the men's XI. Not Liverpool women, u18's, over 45's or walking football team

I suspect most Liverpool fans are delighted with a European Cup and a Championship title for the first time in 30yrs, and if that has come at the 'expense' of the women being relegated, then so be it.
 

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Chelsea Women just paid £300,000 for a striker,

If City were to find a talented player and sold her on to another club where would the money go too as unless things have changed I am to believe the club don’t own the women’s team yet.
 

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So what you have been saying, about doing this that and the other with the women's team, when money is tight or non existent would only benefit a third party as we don't own thier team. Get some reality to your arguments FFS.

And £300,000 to chelsea is like diddly squat to them they pay more for 16 year olds
 

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So what you have been saying, about doing this that and the other with the women's team, when money is tight or non existent would only benefit a third party as we don't own thier team. Get some reality to your arguments FFS.

And £300,000 to chelsea is like diddly squat to them they pay more for 16 year olds

The women’s team could run like the men’s do on producing talented young players from across the West Country and selling them.

As I pointed out clubs are paying decent money for women players now compared to recent years and if we produce decent players money could be coming in, Sadly as I was told, the club don’t own the women’s team and that needs to change.

You need to learn more about the women’s game before commenting.
 
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