SWPL Preview With Chris Marshall

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Pure Fitbaw is joined by Chris Marshall (www.twitter.com/mfptasty), an expert on women’s football in Scotland, to discuss the upcoming SWPL season. Chris writes and podcasts about the women’s game at Leading The Line, writes about pie hopping at www.meatfilledpastries.com and is a researcher for TV show A View From The Terrace.

On the show Gavin and Chris chat about some significant events of last season such as the departure of Hutchison Vale from the SWPL league before discussing changes on and off the park at Rangers and Celtic, marketing efforts within the game, notable players throughout the league and what future developments Chris is cautiously optimistic about.

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