Match-Day 7: Reports and reviews

Djurgården/Älvsjö's new head coach Benny Persson they won the match, and that's what ultimately matters most, but there are things to change and to better. He promises some changes already to next weekend, when his team will be facing Malmö FF.

Västerbottens Folkblad's sports columnist Tomas Ruuth writes that Umeå shouldn't think too much about their win over a weakened KIF Örebro. Hanna Ljungberg, who was really hot in Sweden's match against Norway, had yet a difficult match and Karolina Westberg looked out of place as a wide defender. Elaine and Maria Bergkvist will be suspended next match (accumulated yellow cards), but that is actually a good thing since it means more playing time for the youngsters. He also predicts that Sunnanå, when Milbrett returns next month, can be the team of the fall season.
Västerbottens Folkblad: Avstängningarna positiva för UIK

Själevad's coach Yngve Persson was very upset over the red card given to Kristina Arnlöf at the end of the match: "This was only tough tackles and hard competition for the ball. A red card here was girls team refereeing." The sending off probably contributed to Djurgården getting their winning goal.
Örnsköldsviks Allehanda: Själevad en minut från jätteskräll


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