Molly Jennens

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I'm a final year Football Journalism student and an avid women's football fan. Currently I'm club journalist at Birmingham City Women and have great access inside the camp.

A ‘cowardly act’ – Your views on Jack Grealish pitch attack

Football fans have branded the supporter attack on Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish as a "cowardly act" and "beyond expectation on a football pitch". The...

Turning cubs into Lionesses: Why Birmingham City Women’s Regional Talent Club...

Birmingham City Women, away from home and 1-0 up against Liverpool Women, broke through in the middle of the park as Lucy Staniforth played...

Are Derby County value for money?

  Derby County ranked ninth out of 24 teams for value for money, over the first six games of the 2018/19 Championship season. Analysing all Championship clubs,...

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“American soccer is going to be huge and more people are...

Although never playing in the US himself, former Premier League striker Lee Morris knows just how much pressure young players are under in the modern game. Having broken through at Sheffield United in 1997, the 19 year-old caught the attention of Derby County and was transferred for a then club record fee of £3 million a season later, making him the fourth most expensive teenager in British football history.