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As of the 28th May 2018 Manchester United officially formed its women’s side. Set to be managed by none other than Casey Stoney, the female team are set to play in the second tier of ladies football which means they will be facing the likes of Aston Villa, Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace, Durham, Leicester City, Lewes, London Bees, Millwall Lionesses, Sheffield United and Tottenham Hotspur.
Now the news has fully been released that they are actually in the process of recruiting their female squad, we thought what better way to celebrate their establishment then to produce an article about the process. Within this post we will look at the overview of the WSL and all about the decision process which lead MUFC to biting the bullet and starting a womens team.
Fans from across the globe love watching European soccer games as well as local supporters. This is what makes it such a widely supported sport as the clubs all have different backgrounds and strengths within the teams which makes them so engaging to watch. However, there is a big change to the fixtures after what has come to light about Serie A team – AC Milan.
News has recently broke that AC Milan will be banned from taking part in future European Football. All fans have been shocked by the information that has been released regarding this situation. And for those of you who aren’t aware of what has occurred, we have put together this article to discuss what is actually happening with AC Milan after the current fiasco.
What happened and why?