Join host Faye Carruthers and Guardian football writer Suzanne Wrack as they invite guests from across the world of women’s football to guide you through the biggest stories from the best leagues. From the WSL to the NWSL, the Champions League to Liga F, and the Frauen-Bundesliga to the D1 Féminine - whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to the game, Women’s Football Weekly will be on hand with reaction, analysis and opinion throughout the 2023/24 season
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Great podcast. Great episode especially the talk about the unnamed idiot who's been spouting his mouth
Faye and Suzy are the best host, love the podcast
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Have been hearing for a while and this world cup just sucked me in … my drive to work is almost an hour one way and thank you for making my commute to work so much better … and on the weekends this pod becomes my walking partner … thanks much and look forward to the wsl after the wwc.
I love this podcast! Great recap of the games, great insight, light, fun and short! Keep it up guys! You do a great job!
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