Defeat at the hands of Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend ended West Ham Ladies’ bid for promotion out of the FA Women’s Premier League Southern Division.
The 3-2 loss on the South coast unextended the Ladies’ winless streak to five games and left the Hammers 15 points away from league leaders Millwall Lionesses with only four games of the season left to play.
Speaking exclusively to Blowing Bubbles, captain Rosey Sullivan said there haven’t been many positives to take out of their recent run of games because the Ladies all prefer to be winning games.
West Ham United Ladies’ push for promotion out of the FA Women’s Premier League Southern Division has stuttered in recent weeks.
The most frustrating afternoon in the last few weeks came on April 7 when they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to relegation-threatened Queens Park Rangers.
Bottom-club Rangers hit the front after just nine minutes, when Sophie Fogarty collected Elly Magg's cross, before finishing emphatically.
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