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European soccer news: Bayern Munich in crisis

In desperate need of a win, Bayen slipped to a surprise loss at Bochum. Meanwhile in Spain, Madrid's draw kept the title race alive. Here's what you missed in European soccer.

How Arsenal held off pressure to keep in touch of Chelsea, Man City (2:22)

Arsenal out-class Manchester United to stay in WSL title race

Arsenal netted three first-half goals in a 3-1 victory over Manchester United in front of a record Women's Super League crowd of 60,160 on Saturday that keeps them in the race for the title after Chelsea's 1-0 loss to Manchester City.

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Arsenal vs. Man Utd breaks WSL crowd record

Arsenal's Women's Super League clash against Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday has set a new attendance record for the league.


Man City stun Chelsea to go level at top of WSL

Khadija Shaw scored the only goal of the game as Manchester City pulled off a sensational 1-0 win at Chelsea to go level on points with their hosts at the top of the Women's Super League on Friday, with the Londoners still top on goals scored.

Wiegman: Really nice to have Williamson back for England (0:37)
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Hayes: Lack of opportunity for female coaches

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes said financial support and education should be provided to boost the number of women in coaching positions at professional clubs.

Why WSL deadline day was relatively drama free (1:45)
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Man City record signing Roord ruptures ACL

Man City midfielder Jill Roord has suffered a rupture to her anterior cruciate ligament, the Women's Super League (WSL) club confirmed on Saturday.

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Castellanos joins NWSL's Bay FC from Man City

Venezuela international Deyna Castellanos has left Manchester City and signed with NWSL expansion club Bay FC, the team announced Friday.

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Chelsea sign Ramírez for new women's record fee

Chelsea have announced the signing of Colombian forward Mayra Ramírez from Levante with the Spanish club saying she has left the club for a world-record €450,000 fee in the women's game.