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  1. Laos gooner

    Yeah well done to our Women’s teams. I was very pleased to see the game on BT sprout and amazed that they covered the presentation. I totally agree with Andrew’s assessment that the game required somewhat more reporting than the efforts of Arsenal.com and it was a great game to watch as you felt it was just a matter of time until we got a goal. Part of a fine conclusion to the week in football terms. The men winning the Europa semi, followed by Saturday lunch time with our Women champions ending a Citeh undefeated run and then back to the men on Sunday to see Auba get a share of the golden boot. Great season by the women and really nice to get a title again after the 7 year wait. I hope this sees a return to the top of the game for the women and that we have many more celebrations of silverware to come.

  2. WalterBroeckx

    Thanks for the article Andrew! Congratulations to the ladies who could have gone unbeaten if it wouldn’t have been for the many, many serious injuries they suffered. Maybe next season?

  3. GoingGoingGooner

    Interesting points regarding Arsenal’s coverage. It would seem broadcasting the women’s matches and/or providing a text coverage would be relatively cheap ways to up the profile of the women’s game. I can’t help but think that elevating the status of the women’s team (especially this year) and that of our youth sides would dovetail nicely with commercial work for our men’s side. For very little money.

  4. Gord

    Thanks Andrew.

    There are a bunch of blurbs on Arsenal.com about Louise Quinn re-signing.

  5. Gord

    More news from Arsenal Women! Jill Roord has signed from Bayern Munich.

    Three articles (at the moment).

    Welcome Jill!

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