Tag Archives: Moya Dodd

History Continues To Be Made

16 Jun

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(Lozil says: “hopechaser has been sending me posts over the couple of days but I haven’t had time to get them on the blog – Mea culpa!”)

How did I miss this news?! Back in April, Hong Kong’s Eastern won their first national club title in 21 years. The history part? It was a 27-year old female who coached them to the title. Booyah Chan Yuen-ting! Continue reading

2015 WWC: Women Just Want To Coach

30 Jun

1826f907-389e-4bc5-b461-59c8fee9ccc2-2060x1236The semi-finals are upon us and there are two interesting match-ups about to happen. On the one side, you have two female coaches going head-to-head in the USA vs Germany match. On the other, you have two male coaches going head-to-head in the England vs Japan game. When it comes to women’s football you’d expect all head coaches to be female, given that when it comes to men’s football all head coaches are indeed male. But as the following article from The Guardian by Anna Kessel shows we’re just not there yet. Continue reading