The game's global governing body has been criticised by a domestic leagues group over a lack of consultation over the new Club World Cup, but the European Club Association (ECA) has now endorsed it, along with FIFA's plans to introduce an annual match between the Champions League winners and the team which wins an intercontinental play-off tournament and a Women's Club World Cup. The ECA's new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with FIFA runs until the end of 2030, also recognises ECA support for the new international match calendar approved by the FIFA Council earlier this month.
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United currently sit top of the WSL table, ahead of Manchester City on goal difference and one point clear of defending champions Chelsea, who have a game in hand. Thorisdottir has made five WSL appearances this season for United, who have six league games to play and also remain in contention for the FA Cup, with a semi-final against Brighton set for next month.