The Snapshot: England’s women prepare for World Cup in China

Ollie Irish

4th, September 2007


Casey Telford of England in action during an England training session ahead of the FIFA 2007 World Cup in China at Shanghai Songjiang Stadium on September 4, 2007 in Shanghai, China.
Photo Paul Gilham/Getty Images

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  1. chaz says:

    Is’nt this meant to be a football blog?

  2. Clayton says:

    I would not let Macca manage these girls.

  3. kj says:

    It is a football blog, and last I knew, women’s football was football.
    Then again, I’m a dirty Yankee who only has the two-time Women’s World Cup champions to back.

  4. Dom says:

    What I want to know is, what’s she doing with that pole up her shorts?

  5. Murfmensch says:

    There are people who want to witness competition and grace and then there are those who see football as merely a place to express masculinity. The latter are fools.
    There is no obligation to watch the women’s game but it is very entertaining. The players are not pampered millionaires, either. They’d have to love the game to endure widespread stupidity.

  6. Kate says:

    Women can play good football too. I don’t get the poles behind her.

  7. Stephen says:

    Why don’t we give her a moustache and the job as goalkeeper in the men’s team. From what I’ve seen in the last games it can’t get any worse.