Alan Campbell

A delighted Glasgow City manager Scott Booth

Brondby 0-2 Glasgow City: City win boosts last-eight hopes

Glasgow City produced one of their best Champions League performances to beat a Brondby side which, superficially at least, seemed to hold all the advantages going into this Champions League 
last-16 tie in Copenhagen. 
The prospect of a second quarter-final appearance now looms when the sides meet in the second leg at Petershill Park on 31 October.

Rangers' Emma Brownlie looks forward to the SSE Scottish Cup semi-final against Glasgow City. Picture: Mark Scates/SNS

Hibs won’t be left behind as Rangers pay their players

The recent move by Rangers to put their women’s first team squad on semi-professional contracts from January has been met with delight by new signing Emma Brownlie, while her former club Hibs have expressed their determination not to be left behind in the wake of what marks a significant step for women’s game in Scotland.

Lana Clelland takes a break from Scotland training as the team gear up for the game against Argentina. Picture: Lorraine Hill.

Scotland’s Lana Clelland achieving mission impossible

Former Spartans striker Lana Clelland hopes to have the opportunity to build on her goal against Japan in Rennes when Scotland play Argentina in tomorrow night’s game at the Parc des Princes. Shelley Kerr’s side need a win to have any chance of qualifying for the last 16 following 2-1 defeats against England and Japan.

Lee Alexander showed her maturity in her fine performance against England, says Steve Banks. Picture: Getty.

Scotland’s Lee Alexander is ‘improving and making an impact’

When Steve Banks agreed to help out Shelley Kerr with the goalkeeper coaching duties at Lowland League Stirling University, neither could have guessed it would lead to a World Cup. Yet the 47-year-old Londoner is in France with Kerr and Andy Thomson, the third member of the Stirling triumvirate, and loving every minute.

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