Life has changed a lot in the 550-day period between drinks for the stars of the Women’s Super League: but one thing, it seems, cannot be altered. In the four years since the WSL was launched, and amidst the undoubted progress the women’s game has enjoyed, there has always been one goal – professionalism. The…

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