Scotland coach Shelley Kerr claimed refereeing decisions went against her side after they let a three-goal lead slip to draw 3-3 with Argentina and crash out of the World Cup.
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Scotland crashed out of the Women’s World Cup in heart-breaking fashion after letting slip a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 with Argentina.
Scotland have received a message of support from Sir Alex Ferguson ahead of Wednesday’s Women’s World Cup clash with Argentina in Paris.
Boss Shelley Kerr stressed Scotland would not “park the bus” against top teams after they suffered their second defeat in Group D at the Women’s World Cup.
Scotland boss Shelley Kerr felt her side should have been awarded a penalty in the 2-1 Women’s World Cup loss to Japan in Rennes.
Shelley Kerr insists Scotland are aiming to beat Japan on Friday in order to keep alive their hopes of making the Women’s World Cup knockout stages.
Phil Neville was delighted with England’s first-half performance but disappointed by a dip after the break as they opened their Women’s World Cup campaign with a 2-1 win over Scotland in Nice.
England manager Phil Neville demanded his side be “relentless” in maintaining their high standards for the rest of the Women’s World Cup after Scotland gave them a scare in their opening match of the tournament.
England made a winning start to their Women’s World Cup campaign as they saw off debutants Scotland 2-1 in Nice.
Scotland boss Shelley Kerr has no doubt there is greater pressure on England than her side ahead of their Women’s World Cup clash.
Scotland Women achieved boss Shelley Kerr’s “watershed moment” with a record crowd of 18,555 in their 3-2 win over Jamaica at Hampden Park.
Shelley Kerr believes it would be a “watershed moment” for Scottish women’s football if her side can attract a crowd of more than 10,000 for their friendly against Jamaica at Hampden Park on Tuesday night.
Scotland Women’s head coach Shelley Kerr is looking forward to sharing ideas with Steve Clarke after the new men’s head coach set a target of emulating her success.
Scotland Women manager Shelly Kerr admitted she had never faced a tougher task than breaking the bad news to her 10 unsuccessful World Cup candidates.
Scotland Women’s boss Shelley Kerr has urged her side to embrace the challenge awaiting them in France after announcing the 23 players who will travel for the country’s first ever World Cup.
Shelley Kerr has been named on the shortlist for the Scottish Football Writers’ Association Manager of the Year award after leading Scotland to the Women’s World Cup finals.