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Last month
March 2023
More upheaval for Irish internationals as Brighton boss leaves after just two months
Former Bayern Munich coach Jens Scheuer had only been in the role since late December when he was appointed as Hope Powell’s successor.
This year
# Round-Up
Day to remember for Irish international in Italy as just 10 of Pauw's current squad start
Niamh Farrelly scored her first goal for Parma – and it was a sublime effort.
# still got mccabe
Ireland captain Katie McCabe still an Arsenal player after dramatic few days
The Gunners reportedly rejected a ‘substantial bid’ from rivals Chelsea.
# Going nowhere
Man Utd keep hold of Russo through deadline after Arsenal's world record bid
Women’s Super League rivals Arsenal launched a world-record bid for the England international.
# interesting times
Arsenal reject 'substantial bid' from Chelsea for Ireland captain McCabe - reports
It’s believed that the reigning WSL champions are hopeful that they can negotiate a deal.
Chelsea’s Bethany England joins Tottenham in reported record Super League deal
The fee is reported to be £250,000, the highest ever exchanged between two British clubs.
Last year
# Reaction
Praise for Irish duo as Connolly returns from injury and Atkinson bags late winner
The pair made their mark in the Women’s Super League yesterday.
# Take a Bow
Ireland's Atkinson scores winner in WSL
Elsewhere, Emma Hayes returned to the dugout as Chelsea reclaimed top spot.
Manchester United come from behind to claim thrilling win at unbeaten Arsenal
Katie McCabe instrumental in Gunners’ second goal but visitors grab points.
# Irish Eye
Ireland captain Katie McCabe makes 100th WSL appearance for Arsenal
It was a weekend to remember for the Irish star.
# Irish Eye
Man United go top of WSL as Ireland's World Cup history-makers return to club duty
From own goals to absentees, there was no shortage of talking points.
# Leader
Emma Hayes to work with Chelsea from home as she recovers from hysterectomy
Hayes revealed on Thursday that she is stepping away from the touchline while she recuperates.
# In form
Chelsea rally from behind to claim back-to-back Women's Super League wins
Sam Kerr, Fran Kirby and Millie Bright were all on target in a 3-1 victory over West Ham.
# Round-Up
Kiernan suffers injury in Liverpool win over Chelsea as Ziu grabs assist for West Ham winner
Kiernan was helped off the pitch after shipping a heavy tackle.
Difficult day for Irish duo amidst Manchester United's thrashing of Reading
England Euro 2022 hero Alessia Russo was on target for United, while Maya Le Tissier had a dream debut.
Beth Mead scores twice as Arsenal thrash Brighton in WSL opener
Ireland star Katie McCabe started for Arsenal with Megan Walsh in goal for Brighton.
# niamh fahey
Ireland's 'surreal' World Cup bid, captaining Liverpool and choosing soccer over GAA
‘It’s why I chose soccer over Gaelic football when I was a young girl in Ireland, that chance to pull on the Irish shirt.’
The Twelve - Irish internationals plying their trade in the English top-flight
The 2022/23 Women’s Super League season kicks off this weekend.
# Irish Eye
Irish international's Man United exit confirmed after 'dream come true'
Diane Caldwell is on the hunt for a new club, with Emily Whelan also on the move from Birmingham City.
# free agent
England defender Lucy Bronze to leave Man City
The 30-year-old rejoined City in 2020 after a spell with Lyon, having previously played for them from 2014 to 2017.
# The Future
Looking forward after relegation and hoping club honours word to allow access to facilities
Louise Quinn’s Birmgingham City suffered the drop to the Championship earlier this month.
# Big Weekend
High drama in store on defining days in the title races both sides of the water
Can Katie McCabe’s Arsenal snatch the WSL title at the death, and will her former club Shelbourne take a massive step towards defending their WNL trophy?
# mixed emotions
Irish-heavy Birmingham relegated as McCabe's Arsenal take title race to final day
The Gunners, now one point behind leaders Chelsea, enjoyed a big North London Derby win at the Emirates.
# Goals Galore
Chelsea remain in control of Women's Super League as McCabe assist helps Arsenal to 7-0 win
There was plenty of action in the WSL this weekend.
Ireland star Quinn on the double as rock-bottom Birmingham secure big win
Seven Irish players featured as the Blues were 3-1 winners at Brighton.
# Going Up
Fahey finds the net as Irish-influenced Liverpool seal return to Women's Super League
Niamh Fahey, Megan Campbell and Leanne Kiernan will play their club football in England’s top flight next season.
# Wrap
Stoppage-time scenes for Chelsea as Birmingham's Irish crew edge closer to the drop
Katie McCabe’s Arsenal stayed top of the WSL, and Clare Shine was on target in the Glasgow derby.
# want salt with that chip?
Weir's moment of magic seals Manchester derby win for City
What a goal.
# Results
Ireland's Quinn scores in Birmingham defeat while Chelsea close in on Arsenal
There was plenty of Irish representation in the Women’s Super League today.
Katie McCabe sent-off as Arsenal battle to draw with Man Utd
Even after the Ireland captain was red carded in the 75th minute, Arsenal were able to find the equaliser.
# recognition
Ireland international Quinn nominated for WSL Player of the Month award
The Birmingham City forward impressed in the English top-flight in January.
# Saturday Showdowns
Disappointment for Irish crew in WSL as Man City continue winning run
Aston Villa and Birmingham City both fell to defeats this afternoon.
# Wrap
Birmingham shock WSL leaders Arsenal, while Kiernan fires six-minute hat-trick for Liverpool
Niamh Fahey opened the scoring for the promotion-chasing Reds in a 6-0 win at Blackburn.
All time
# the best
Chelsea men and women heavily represented as nominees for Fifa awards announced
Two male players, four female players, and both Blues managers are up for their respective top prizes.
# Wrap
Chelsea brush aside Manchester City to move a point behind leaders Arsenal
The Gunners drew with Tottenham on Saturday.
# Irish Eye
Moloney's Reading see off Irish-heavy Birmingham, Jarrett on target in the Championship
Meanwhile in Scotland, Niamh Farrelly scored again for Glasgow City.
Watch: Katie McCabe scores another stunner in POTM performance for Arsenal
The Ireland captain was the high-flying Gunners’ star of the show, while Louise Quinn sealed Birmingham’s first point of the season.
# fara williams
England's most-capped international the first player inducted into WSL Hall of Fame
Fara Williams won 172 caps for England, and retired earlier this year after a glittering career that spanned more than 20 years.
# Neighbours
Tottenham join Arsenal at top of Women's Super League while Man City's difficult start continues
Manchester United dominated to record a 2-0 victory at Birmingham.
McCabe scores in Arsenal win over Man City as Chelsea hit Manchester United for six
Sam Kerr scored twice for Chelsea while Tottenham maintained their perfect start.