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Analysts, footage and better scouting – why more Asian players are joining the WSL



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Riko Ueki has started recent WSL victories over Arsenal and Bristol City up front for West Ham

Stars from all over the world have come to play in the Women’s Super League – but there has been a recent influx of players from Asia who are starting to steal the show.

Investment in scouting, more women’s football broadcast globally on television and greater competition in the transfer market, mean clubs have started to look further afield for talent.

The Asian market has become increasingly more attractive with several January signings adding to the WSL’s quality.

South Korea’s Ji So-yun, who won six league titles with Chelsea, was one of the first Asian players to make her mark in the WSL and she has since been joined by the likes of Japan’s Yui Hasegawa, now at Manchester City.

And a flurry of new additions from Asia have caught the eye.


“I think you will see more and more Japanese players and you can see why,” said Manchester City boss Gareth Taylor, who signed Hasegawa from West Ham in 2022.

“We’ve seen a little bit of an influx more recently. They’re very disciplined and coachable, their level of intensity is good and their level of game understanding is very, very high – but obviously every player is different.

“Yui [Hasegawa] gives us so many things. She’s a highly intelligent footballer. The way she reads the game is second to none. I think she’s an incredible talent.”

‘They have added huge value to our team’

Among those to join the WSL recently are Liverpool’s Fuka Nagano, Tottenham’s Shuang Wang, West Ham’s Riko Ueki and Leicester City duo Saori Takarada and Yuka Momiki.

The most high-profile was Hinata Miyazawa’s move to Manchester United, fresh from picking up the Golden Boot with Japan at last summer’s Women’s World Cup.


However, it is Nagano who has very quickly become a fan-favourite on Merseyside with her cheeky personality and attempts at ‘Scouse slang’. More importantly, she has impressed on the pitch since arriving in January 2023.

“Fuka reads the game so well. She’s just a wonderful football player,” said Liverpool boss Matt Beard.

“If you look at the way Japan play, tactically they are very clever and technically, they are very good. How the WSL is now with teams playing out from the back, because of the brand of football Japan play, [it helps] us.”

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes, who signed hugely popular midfielder Ji a decade ago, says it is “good to bring diversity into the league”, adding that it poses different challenges for her players.

Hayes thinks more clubs now have the ability to attract talent from further afield than ever before.


West Ham, for example, have three Asian players in their squad after signing Japan striker Ueki in September.

“The fact that it’s become more accessible for them to come to the UK is obviously the reason why the number of Japanese players in the league has increased,” said West Ham manager Rehanne Skinner.

“Who wouldn’t want tactically bright and technically gifted players? They have added huge value to our team.”

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Leicester boss Willie Kirk (left) signed two Japanese players in January including Saori Takarada (right)

While Skinner was aware of Ueki’s talent through her international football experience, Leicester boss Willie Kirk admitted he came across Momiki while scouting Japanese team-mate Takarada.

“We weren’t necessarily looking for Asian players, we were just looking for a top-class number six and we found that in Takarada. We watched her for about six months at Linkoping and really liked her,” added Kirk.

“We tried to buy her in the summer and couldn’t agree a deal with Linkoping but pre-contracted her. I thought she had a fantastic game against Arsenal in the Champions League.


“As we were watching more of Takarada, we saw Momiki. We just thought it was too good an opportunity to turn down. They’re both terrifically talented players.”

Greater accessibility to television footage of games has made a difference despite ongoing restrictions on which players are eligible for international visas in the WSL.

“Scouting resources have increased dramatically in terms of what we can get from footage,” added Kirk. “We’ve also got two fantastic analysts. That certainly helps to identify players.”

As well as increased footage, improved salaries have changed the landscape of the WSL transfer window, making a change of continent and huge upheaval far more appealing to players.

These factors have led to an injection of Asian talent in England and given the success of the recent arrivals this trend is only likely to continue.

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Manchester derby: How well do you know the fixture’s players and managers?



The Manchester derby takes place on Sunday, with United looking to gain revenge for their defeat by City earlier in the season.

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Nottingham Forest 0-1 Liverpool: Referee analyst Mark Clattenburg bemoans officiating for Darwin Nunez winner



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Mark Clattenburg, now a referee on BBC TV show Gladiators, officiated in the Premier League between 2004 and 2017

Nottingham Forest referee analyst Mark Clattenburg bemoaned the officiating in the build-up to Liverpool’s dramatic winner at the City Ground on Saturday.

Clattenburg added he was not allowed into the referees’ dressing room to speak to Paul Tierney after the game.

Forest players surrounded Tierney after full-time, fuming at the decision to give Liverpool the ball following a head injury to Ibrahima Konate.

The home side had possession when play was stopped.

However, Tierney restarted the game with the ball at the feet of Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher.


Darwin Nunez then scored the winning goal one minute and 50 seconds later.

“[Forest] should have had the ball back,” Clattenburg, who took up his new role at the City Ground last month, told BBC Radio 5 Live.

“If the referee stops the game, he has to give the ball back to the team in possession. That was Forest.”

Forest coach Steven Reid was shown a red card for remonstrating with Tierney after the full-time whistle.

Clattenburg, who was spotted with referees’ chief Howard Webbexternal-link during Forest’s FA Cup defeat by Manchester United on Wednesday, officiated in the Premier League for 13 years between 2004 and 2017.


As per International Football Association Board (Ifab) rules, the former official was right in that the game should have restarted with a Forest ball.

The decision did not lead directly to the goal, however, with Forest regaining possession before Nunez eventually scored the winner.

“When [the ball was] given to the keeper, with Liverpool scoring afterwards, you can see why [Forest] are aggrieved,” Clattenburg continued.

“I haven’t spoken to the referee – I’ll leave that to the club. I went to go into the referee’s dressing room [after the game] but he wouldn’t allow it.”

Speaking on Match of the Day, former Premier League striker Alan Shearer said the referee had dropped a “big clanger”.


“He’s got it totally wrong,” he said. “Hudson-Odoi has the ball and then he blows. He then gives the ball back, unchallenged to the [Liverpool] goalkeeper, which is totally wrong.

“It should be a Forest ball on the wing where it was touched. If you drop it to where Forest should have had it, everything changes.”

In August, Forest lodged a complaint with referees’ body the PGMOL over the performance of the officials in their 3-2 defeat at Manchester United.

Manager Nuno Espirito Santo was also furious with the decision to allow two of Brentford’s goals in the Bees’ triumph over Forest in January, while he also felt his team should have been awarded a “clear penalty” for a foul on Taiwo Awoniyi in last month’s defeat by Newcastle.

“Forest have felt a lot of decisions have gone against them,” Clattenburg said. “Everyone is upset and sad that they’ve lost this way.


“We need to hope the club’s luck changes in the future.”

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Ollie Watkins: Aston Villa striker dreaming of England Euro 2024 squad



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Ollie Watkins has overtaken his personal record of 15 Premier League goals in a season – set last campaign – with 11 games to go

Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins is dreaming of a Euro 2024 place with England after moving on to a career-best 16 Premier League goals this season – so is it already nailed on?

The 28-year-old, who has won nine caps, netted twice in the first half of Villa’s ultimately dramatic 3-2 win over Luton.

Watkins is the second top scorer in the Premier League this season, and tops the way for goals and assists combined with 26.

Nobody else is in double figures for goals and double figures for assists.

Watkins was included in Gareth Southgate’s provisional England squad for Euro 2020 but did not make the final cut, and was not involved in the 2022 World Cup.


He is waiting for his first crack at a major tournament – and it seems inevitable it will come this summer in Germany.

“If I said I wasn’t thinking about the Euros I would be lying to you,” he told BBC Sport after his double at Luton.

“I have played Premier League football for a number of years now. I missed out on the last Euros squad because it was my first season in the Premier League.

“I am scoring, I am established, so it is down to the manager if he wants to pick me.”

Former England striker Alan Shearer said on Match of the Day: “He’s on the plane. His bags are packed. He’s got his boarding pass.”


Watkins’ first against Luton was a header and his second was a confident finish after controlling Douglas Luiz’s long ball over the top.

The only English player to have scored more goals than Watkins this season in Europe’s top leagues is Harry Kane, England’s all-time record scorer, who has netted 27 times in the Bundesliga for Bayern Munich.

Former England midfielder Jamie Redknapp, watching for Sky Sports, said: “Harry Kane will be our number nine. With those numbers, only an injury will stop Ollie going. He’s been that good. He’s so well rounded.

“He’d be a great player to bring off the bench, if you want to throw on two [strikers] if you need a goal. He’s been magnificent. His all-round play has improved immeasurably.”

Watkins is only the fourth Villa player to net 16 goals in a Premier League season and the first since Christian Benteke a decade ago.


“I want to score as many goals as possible. I feel like I am doing that. I am confident and I am playing my best football,” Watkins said.

“I think the manager (Unai Emery) has a lot of faith in me. He keeps working with me.

“My game understanding has got a lot better. I am looking forward to the last stretch and the end of the season.”

Emery said: “His commitment is brilliant and the consequence is this when he works hard every day.

“He is always working for the team and then he is working to score and also hold up the ball and fighting with the centre-back.”


Ex-Newcastle striker Shearer said: “He’s having the season of his life. He’s in the form where, as a forward, you go on the pitch not hoping to score, but expecting to score.”

Among Watkins’ rivals to be Kane’s understudy are Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke and West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen, but he has outscored the pair of them this campaign.

England play Brazil and Belgium in friendlies this month, the only games before June’s Euros warm-up games against Bosnia and Iceland.

Serbia, Denmark and Slovenia are in England’s Euro 2024 group.

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Sunday’s gossip: Musiala, Tuchel, Amorim, Gutierrez, De Zerbi, Mbappe, Zaha



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Germany midfielder Jamal Musiala has rejected a new deal at Bayern Munich as he targets a summer move to the Premier League, with Manchester City and Liverpool leading the race for the 21-year-old. (Star)external-link

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is keeping tabs on Girona’s 22-year-old Spanish defender Miguel Gutierrez before the summer transfer window. (Sun)external-link

Liverpool have stepped up their interest in Sporting Lisbon head coach Ruben Amorim, but Bayer Leverkusen boss Xabi Alonso remains the frontrunner to replace Jurgen Klopp. (Mirror)external-link

Barcelona’s hopes of appointing Brighton boss Roberto de Zerbi in the summer have been complicated by the Seagulls’ refusal to negotiate on the Italian’s 15m euro (£12.8m) release clause. (Sport – in Spanish)external-link


Barcelona side have held talks with former Germany boss Hansi Flick about succeeding manager Xavi. (Florian Plettenberg)external-link

Paris St-Germain and France forward Kylian Mbappe has met with Luis Enrique to address tension stemming from the Spanish head coach substituting the 25-year-old in recent games. (ESPN)external-link

Fulham, Everton, West Ham and Wolves are monitoring Galatasaray’s 31-year-old Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha. (Ekrem Konur)external-link

Arsenal and Manchester City are competing to sign 19-year-old Fiorentina and Italy Under-21 full-back Michael Kayode. (Fichajes – in Spanish)external-link

Barcelona will prioritise selling Brazil winger Raphinha, 27, and France defender Jules Kounde, 25, in the summer. (Sport – in Spanish)external-link

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Inter Miami 5-0 Orlando City: Luis Suarez & Lionel Messi score twice in MLS rout



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Luis Suarez had a hand in four of Inter Miami’s five goals

Luis Suarez scored his first goals for Inter Miami and Lionel Messi also netted twice as they thrashed Orlando City in the MLS.

Suarez, who failed to score in his first two MLS games, netted twice in the opening 11 minutes from Julian Gressel passes.

Suarez unselfishly set up Rob Taylor before Messi netted from close range and headed in a Suarez cross.

Miami are top of the Western Conference after three games.

Former Liverpool and Barcelona striker Suarez joined Miami in December after spells with Nacional in his native Uruguay and Brazilian side Gremio.


He was one of four former Barcelona players in the team at Chase Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, along with defender Jordi Alba, midfielder Sergio Busquets and forward Messi.

Miami are managed by ex-Barcelona boss Gerardo Martino.


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WSL highlights: Manchester City beat Everton to go top of Women’s Super League



Watch highlights as Manchester City beat Everton 2-1 and move to the top of the Women’s Super League.

MATCH REPORT: Manchester City 2-1 Everton

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Match of the Day analysis: Shearer praise for ‘brilliant’ Ollie Watkins



Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer praises “brilliant” Ollie Watkins after the Aston Villa striker scores twice in his side’s 3-2 Premier League win over Luton at Kenilworth Road.

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Match of the Day: Liverpool leave it late to beat Nottingham Forest



Match of the Day’s Alan Shearer and Jermaine Jenas take a look at Nottingham Forest’s missed chances before they conceded a 99th minute goal that gave Liverpool a 1-0 win.

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Valencia 2-2 Real Madrid: Jude Bellingham sent off as Vinicius Jr goals rescue visitors



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Jude Bellingham has scored 16 goals in La Liga this season

Jude Bellingham was sent off for complaining after the final whistle denied him a winning goal for Real Madrid in a dramatic game at Valencia.

Vinicius Jr scored twice at the Mestalla, where he was the victim of racist abuse last season, as Real came from 2-0 behind to salvage a point.

Bellingham thought he had won the game six minutes into stoppage time when he headed in from close range, but referee Gil Manzano had blown the whistle to end the game before the cross had been delivered into the box.

With the goal chalked off, Real players and staff surrounded the referee and Bellingham, back in the side after three weeks out with an injury, was shown a red card for his part in the protests.

Vinicius had previously dragged the La Liga leaders into the encounter after Valencia burst into their handy lead.


Valencia midfielder Mouctar Diakhaby suffered what appeared to be a bad leg injury with just minutes remaining in the game after a collision with Real’s Aurelien Tchouameni. He was taken off on a stretcher as players on the field held their hands over their faces in shock and disbelief.

Hugo Duro put Los Che in front, scoring his 12th goal of the campaign by turning in Fran Perez’s scuffed shot after Real gave possession away inside their own half.

Valencia doubled their lead just 186 seconds later when Roman Yaremchuk intercepted Dani Carvajal’s pass to Andriy Lunin before rounding the goalkeeper and sliding into an open goal.

Vinicius’ first goal came just before half-time, prodding in from close range after goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili failed to deal with Carvajal’s cross.

Vinicius Jr holds the ball under his arm and raises his fist in the air to celebrate scoring a goal against Valencia
Vinicius Jr has scored nine goals in La Liga this season

The Brazilian, who was racially abused and later sent off during his last visit to the stadium in May 2023, celebrated the goal by holding the ball under one arm and raising his fist in the air while looking in the direction of the Valencia fans.

Valencia have not lost at home since September 2023 and appeared happy to protect their lead after half-time but Real pushed for an equaliser, going close through Bellingham and Toni Kroos.


Eventually, Real’s pressure told when Vinicius met Brahim Diaz’s cross to score with a header at the far post.

Valencia were awarded a penalty after referee Manzano believed Nacho fouled Duro, but the decision was overturned after the official was asked to take another look at the incident by the video assistant referee.

The draw extends Real’s unbeaten streak in the league to 21 games, their best run without defeat in a single La Liga campaign since the last 23 games of 2011-12 under Jose Mourinho, and they hold a seven-point lead over Girona at the top.

Valencia were playing for the first time since at least 10 people were killed after a fire ripped through two apartment blocks in the Spanish city on 23 February.



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Nottingham Forest 0-1 Liverpool: Darwin Nunez’s late winner shows Reds have fight for title



Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez celebrates with Jayden Danns after scoring late winner at Nottingham Forest
Darwin Nunez scored Liverpool’s latest winning goal on record in the Premier League

As the clocked ticked past 98 minutes at the City Ground, it was looking like a day to forget for Liverpool.

Two points dropped at relegation-threatened Nottingham Forest and the initiative in the Premier League title handed back to Manchester City and Arsenal.

By 99 minutes, Darwin Nunez was roaring in celebration, kicking the advertising hoardings in front of a mass of flailing arms and legs in a disbelieving away end.

From two points dropped to three gloriously gained, Liverpool were moving four points clear at the top of the table.

Should they go on to lift the trophy in May then this is surely one of the games they will look back on as a key moment.


But then there are already so many dramatic late wins to savour. Just ask Newcastle. Or Wolves. Or Fulham. Or Crystal Palace. The win at Forest is the fifth time this season that Liverpool have gone in front in the 85th minute or later.

That is just in the league. You can add in Virgil van Dijk’s 118th-minute winner in the Carabao Cup final against Chelsea last week, while they scored twice in the last 10 minutes to beat Arsenal in the FA Cup.

“I’ve never lost a game. I just ran out of time,” basketball legend Michael Jordan once said.

So far this campaign, Liverpool seem to be taking a very similar approach – and more often than not their timing has been spot on.

But it is the second part of the Jordan quote that perhaps best sums up the approach of Jurgen Klopp’s side: “If you quit once it becomes a habit.”


No matter the situation, Liverpool seem to possess an unshakeable belief that they can – and will – win. A belief that only disappears once the final whistle has gone.

There have been plenty of reasons why that confidence might have been knocked during the course of the season, not least recently when they have had to do without up to 13 first-team players because of injury.

Instead, they have found their way to victories over Luton, Chelsea, Southampton and now Forest.

“If you’d told me 12 days ago we would win all four games I would have said no chance, it was impossible,” Klopp told BBC Sport.

“In the circumstances, winning the games is ridiculous.


“It’s pretty special what the boys did.”

Nunez’s winner was Liverpool’s latest on record in the Premier League at 98 minutes and 35 seconds and came at the end of what had been something of a tired display.

“Liverpool didn’t stop,” former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson said on BBC Radio 5 Live.

“They were not at their best today, but they made changes and looked a lot better – the credit you have to give Liverpool is they didn’t go away.”

It has been a trait throughout the year as they have won 22 points from losing positions, their joint highest in a Premier League season.


“It just goes to show that it’s never over with Liverpool,” ex-Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha told BBC Final Score.

There is still a long way to go and it may only take a couple of instances where the Merseysiders are not able to find a late winner for the title dream to be taken from them.

But the evidence of this season it will not be for lack of trying or an absence of belief. In a title race that is poised to go down to the wire, Liverpool have shown they will fight to the last.

Forest was was just the latest example.

“You talk about champions, this is what champions do,” Robinson added.


“A team with a winning mentality, it was there in abundance today and this will be a huge win in Liverpool’s season.”

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