Fran Alonso Wikipedia, Celtic, Nationality, Wife, Height, Headbutt, Everton, Salary
Fran Alonso Wikipedia, Celtic, Nationality, Wife, Height, Headbutt, Everton, Salary – In what has been a historic season for women’s football in Scotland, any one of three clubs might win the SWPL1 championship with just three games remaining, finish second to earn a ticket in the second Champions League round, or end up third and go home empty-handed.
Fran Alonso Bio
|Age||47 years old|
|Date Of Birth||13 June 1975|
|Profession||Head Coach Of Celtic Women’s Football Team|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
Fran Alonso Physical Stats
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Fran Alonso’s Educational Qualifications
|College or University||Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia – U.N.E.D.|
Fran Alonso Family
|Brother / Sister||Not Known|
|Children||Son: Not Known|
Daughter: Not Known
Fran Alonso’s Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Not Known|
|Married Date||Not Known|
Fran Alonso Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth in Dollars||2 Million|
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The top division’s split, which saw the top six teams face each other both at home and away, has been a major success in this, the SWPL’s first season under the SPFL.
Glasgow City presently lead both Celtic in second position and the Rangers in third place by a total of five points. However, Glasgow City must travel to play Celtic and the Rangers in their remaining three games after losing to both of their title rivals at home during the interval. If they want to become champions, they might need to win one of them, but it won’t be simple.
Celtic must win all three of their remaining games, beginning with their matchup against Glasgow City on Thursday at Celtic Park. The stakes for Fran Alonso’s team, who will have the support of a sizable crowd and perhaps even Ange Postecoglou and his Celtic players, could not be higher since a victory for City will all but assure them the title and put an end to Celtic’s challenge. Carl Starfelt will undoubtedly be there in either case!
If Celtic wins, they will travel to Edinburgh the following week before playing Hearts at the Excelsior Stadium in Airdrie. However, that might alter if Celtic believe that Thursday night at Celtic Park is an experiment that is worthwhile repeating.
The Rangers play Partick Thistle, who gave Celtic a serious scare yesterday, the night before Celtic’s match against Glasgow City on Thursday at Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld. The reigning SWPL1 Champions are aware that a victory would allow them to pass Celtic and cut Glasgow City’s lead to just two points.
The Rangers presently lead Celtic by five goals, but if the Rangers defeat Thistle, that advantage will be diminished or even eliminated.
Rangers have a strong chance to win the championship with a greater goal differential than Glasgow City, therefore a victory on the final day could result in the title. If City wins, they are effectively out of the running. A draw eliminates Celtic from the title picture.
With two games remaining and the two rivals having to play each other on the last day, a Celtic victory would put the club two points behind City. If the Rangers win and maintain their edge in goal differential, Fran Alonso’s team will win the title.
In the remaining games, one of the other three teams—Hibs, Hearts, or Partick Thistle—could put a wrench in a title challenge, as Thistle actually came dangerously close to doing yesterday. They were indeed extremely unlucky to lose 2-1 to Celtic courtesy to yet another get out of jail free goal from taliswoman Caitlin Hayes, who yesterday became the Celtic hero to save the championship challenge with a strike in the 96th minute.
Although Hayes had given Celtic a nearly deserving lead at the break, the second 45 minutes of play were arguably the poorest by a Fran Alonso Celtic team in three seasons. The word “dreadful” doesn’t do it credit, but at this time of year, the important thing is to get the three points, which was accomplished.
While there was a chance to enhance the goal differential, nothing was done as the Rangers defeated Hibs 1-0 on the road, while Glasgow City increased their own goal differential by defeating Hearts 3-0, bringing their goal differential to 94, level with the Rangers, and passing Celtic on 99.
At Petershill Park, where Thistle and Glasgow City hold their home matches, Partick Thistle and Celtic played yesterday. Deep into stoppage time, the City coaches could no longer keep stoney expressions as they saw Celtic struggle and Thistle appear poised to pull off a massive upset. Before Caitlin Hayes dramatically and rather amazingly removed the smiles from the City coaches’ cheeks in light of her performances for the Celtic cause this season.
Fran Alonso took a chance by making six changes to his strongest lineup from last Thursday’s match against the Rangers while keeping the run-in in mind. We got away with it, but it almost went wrong. In order to possibly produce a victory versus City, Hibs, and Hearts, it is now time to field the strongest team possible.
So come on out to Paradise on Thursday evening. The lower Jock Stein stand’s Celtic Wall portion, which houses The Green Brigade and The Bhoys, has already sold out, and the lower North Stand will be crowded as well. It’s a crucial game for Celtic, and a win might lead to a championship celebration ten days later.