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Birmingham Metropolis Ladies: FA investigating attainable WSL licence breach following letter from taking part in workers | Soccer Information

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The FA is wanting into whether or not Birmingham Metropolis have breached the phrases of their WSL licence, following issues raised by their gamers.

As reported by the Sunday Telegraph, Birmingham’s taking part in workers wrote a letter final week detailing points round services, journey, and price range restrictions which was despatched to the membership’s board.

The letter reportedly included the sentiment that taking part in workers really feel a few of their working situations “stop us from performing our jobs to the very best of our capability”.

The FA can be working with Birmingham to make sure they can full their remaining fixtures this season.

The membership has declined to remark to Sky Sports activities Information, however a Birmingham spokesperson has spoken to the Sunday Telegraph, in response to the letter despatched by their taking part in workers.

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The FA is investigating the letter despatched by Birmingham’s gamers to the membership’s board

The membership spokesperson mentioned: “The letter was acquired, within the final week, and responded to. A request to satisfy with the board was made within the letter and the request was the primary formal request to be acquired.

“It is no secret we’ve got one of many lowest budgets within the league, Covid has solely compounded this. This actually makes it tough to compete, however we’re doing our greatest on and off the pitch in what’s a really tough time for skilled soccer.”

On journey points, Birmingham mentioned: “We’re fortunate to be based mostly in the midst of the nation the place we are able to simply make journeys to our video games with out the necessity to keep in a single day, while nonetheless having the ability to put together our crew in one of the simplest ways attainable to compete.”

And relating to the medical issues, the membership spokesperson said: “There aren’t any plans to not be competing within the WSL subsequent season, and the crew are totally centered on doing what’s required to maintain Birmingham Metropolis within the WSL.

“Each the lads’s and ladies’s first groups are but to safe survival of their respective leagues. This makes it arduous to begin contract negotiations for subsequent season. It has been a difficult time for everybody, together with us.

Birmingham Women manager Carla Ward (L) and assistant Alan Reeves (R) are working to ensure the club avoids relegation this season
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Birmingham Ladies supervisor Carla Ward (L) and assistant Alan Reeves (R) are working to make sure the membership avoids relegation this season

“We’re working in the direction of and hoping to safe survival for each groups, so we are able to proceed to plan for the way forward for the membership.”

Birmingham have been thrashed 6-0 by league leaders Chelsea on Sunday and are ninth within the WSL, following their eleventh defeat within the division this season.



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