“I never wanted it to be about me” – Sutton United’s Lucy Clark on becoming the first transgender manager in the Women’s game

The 51-year-old speaks exclusively about the horrific backlash she received after being appointed by the Us

The unresolved issues facing Sarina Wiegman’s England ahead of Women’s World Cup opener

Lionesses final send-off friendly against Portugal raised more questions than answers for the European champions

Women’s game left as an afterthought as Tottenham Hotspur’s Premier League and WSL double-header fails to deliver

Lessons are to be learnt as Spurs’ aim at uniting both teams under a ‘One Club’ philosophy was poorly executed

Chelsea Women are ice-cold “hybrid monsters” in their pursuit of another impressive WSL title

Having lifted the FA Cup, Emma Hayes’ side are on course for the double despite much upheaval at the club

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy’s WSL comments are a power grab on women’s football that needs to be stopped

The Spurs chief’s beliefs that promotion and relegation should be scrapped threatens to undermine the sport

Ever the optimist Jonas Eidevall is finding ways to keep Arsenal Women in treble-winning contention

The Gunners head coach has experienced an injury crisis like no other as they aim to add WSL and Champions League glory to their League Cup success

England’s Lionesses are a force of nature – but there’s still room for improvement

Sarina Wiegman’s side remain unbeaten and in rude health heading into this summer’s World Cup

Has the time come for Chelsea Women to finally win the Champions League?

Emma Hayes’ side have won it all at domestic level but success in Europe has repeatedly proven elusive

Sarina Wiegman and Emma Hayes are the exceptions – where are the other female head coaches?

Providing sufficient coaching pathways to young girls and women is just one obstacle the FA need to overcome

Women’s Super League 2022/23 So Far: How Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham are getting on

As the season is about to enter its final phase, there’s plenty for all four sides still to play for