Women's round-up: January 2013
Posted On Monday, 4th February 2013
FIFA.com reviews the biggest points from Women’s Football over the last month as UEFA EURO 2013 begins to come into focus and clubs added to their ranks.
German-born Ghanaian girl Love Amma Konama helped the Werder Bremen women's U17 side to beat Holstein Kiel 1-0 to clinch the North German Championship title.
Ghana attacker Jordan Ayew wants Olympique Marseille to win at Lille to keep Ligue One title hunt in sight.
Former Real Madrid player Michel Salgado has endorsed Jose Mourinho’s decision to play Michael Essien out of his natural position.
Players or officials found guilty of racial abuse could be handed a minimum 10-match ban, according to UEFA.
Asamoah Gyan is well on course to win his second consecutive league title with Al Ain after the club were awarded a 3-0 victory from the abandoned Pro League match against Al Ahli.
Guadalajara Ghanaian goalkeeper, Razak Brimah, is confident his side can add Sporting Gijon to their list of victims in the Spanish second-tier League on Saturday.