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The Arsenal Coach deserves full credit – The Race is On

It’s no longer an experiment but a wonderful winning formula found by Jonas Eidevall, instead. I want to give credit where due, because the Swedish coach turned it around beautifully since the turn of the year and it shows, week after week. The new setup and the different roles, coupled with the smart January recruitment, […]

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Queen Lia to the rescue as Viv makes more history v Birmingham – The Arsenal Women Journal

Four is a magic number!Arsenal scored four goals for the third time in a row and defeated Birmingham City at home, to open an eight-points gap at the top with Chelsea. Emma Hayes’ team, who suffered a defeat in the Conti Cup final against Manchester City, will play West Ham on Thursday and will have […]

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Oh Vivianne Miedema, we want you to stay! -The Arsenal Women Journal

We want you to stay!We want you to stay!Oh, Vivianne Miedema we want you to stay! Those at Meadow Park or in front of their screen heard it, Vivianne Miedema herself heard it loud and clear: we want you to stay! The second consecutive four-nil win saw the Dutch star showcase some qualities that might […]

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Who turned the heat on The Gunners? – The Arsenal Women Journal

Not too bad of a result, all things considered. Given that we had a left-back at centre-half, that we conceded another goal on set-piece and that we were down to ten players with fifteen minutes to go, snatching a point against Man Utd isn’t too bad. It tastes bittersweet, though: we went into this game […]

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The Arsenal Women Journal – Migraines and Headaches but FA Cup 15 still on!

Mission. Accomplished. The quest for the 15th trophy is still on. We were favorites against the London City Lionesses and it showed, although ours wasn’t exactly a scintillating performance. Journalists often refer to this kind of wins as “professional”, as if others weren’t. Anyway, we progress to the next round thanks to Vivianne Miedema’s first-half […]

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Goodbye 2021! – An AWFC Round up of a Rollercoaster Year!

It is THAT time of the year, ladies and gentlemen! It is time to look back at the bad and good of this crazy, forgettable year and get done with it, once for all. This year started with three disappointing results in the league and a feeling that Joe Montemurro and team were losing their […]

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Wembley Heartbreak for Arsenal – AWFC Journal

How painful was it? The three-nil defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup Final was hurtful like very few other defeats before that have been. We were dominated, humbled, punished by a Chelsea team that was simply too much to handle for our players and our head-coach. Before digging into the technical and tactical aspects […]

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Arsenal compound Man United’s miserable weekend, as the race for the title hots up! – AWFC Journal

What a win! Convincing, impressive, dominant…you choose. The 2-0 win at Leigh Sports Village means we go into the international break at the top of the table, one point ahead of Chelsea. Well done, ladies. Yesterday’s game was about getting right on track after a disappointing draw in the North London Derby and rebuffing Chelsea’s […]

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We’re Going to Wembley! – AWFC Journal

We’re going to Wembley, Gooners! We will face Chelsea at Wembley on Sunday, 5th of December: be there if you can, support the team in their quest for their first trophy of the season. Jonas Eidevall’s team have a chance to win their 15th FA Cup and extend their record in the competition, which is […]

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We All Live in Meado’s World – The new signings can’t take Beth’s place (AWL Journal)

She has a left foot, indeed. When Ann-Katrin Berger approached Beth Mead after the final whistle of the opening game of the Women’s Super League season, she joked with our forward, claiming she didn’t know she had a left foot, too. Everyone knows now, after Mead scored again with her weak foot to put Arsenal […]

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