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Arsenal women score 11 and go top of the league

By Tony Attwood

Vivianne Miedema scored six and provided four assists (itself an all time league record) as Arsenal beat Bristol City 11-1 this past weekend – having been 9-0 up within the hour. It was the biggest victory in the Women’s Super League’s history. The previous record score was recorded by Liverpool – currently […]

Arsenal v Brighton Women – Match Report, still top of the league

by Andrew Crawshaw

Arsenal started with all of our fit senior outfield players

Sari van Veenendaal

Lisa Evans, Leah Williamson, Louise Quinn, Emma Mitchell c

Leah Walti

Dominique Bloodworth, Danielle van de Donk

Katie McCabe, Vivianne Miedema, Beth Mead

Subs – Pauline Peyraud-Magnin, and three […]

Swartford – Arsenal 2-1, another Swarbrick inspired defeat

By Walter Broeckx

I couldn’t write down my minute by minute report of this match.

So I will solely focus on the main events. Because in fairness we didn’t play well. We dominated but too many loose balls and lost balls. Lacazette looked the more lively of our strikers but didn’t find a team mate […]

The Arsenal Ladies – Season Preview

by Andrew Crawsha

The Arsenal Ladies team play in the FA WSL League, games start on Wednesday 2 April with the (current) fixture list as follows :-

Match Date Time Location Millwall Ladies v Arsenal; Fifth Round FA Cup 22 March 14:00 The Den, Millwall Notts County v Arsenal 2 April 19:30 Meadow Lane StadiumNB […]

The grassroots of football needs supporting. Is the minister waking up?

By Tony Attwood

In the past week we have learned that the FA, when running England’s bid for the world cup, laid on a banquet. The cost of the dinner was around £35,000. This was part of the £25m that the FA spent on the bid, which ultimately got two votes – one of which […]

Referee Rumours – inside stories from the murky world of PL refereeing

By Our Man In Black

In our last Referee Rumours we reported the rumour that not all games are assessed by the PGMO despite this being one of their main tasks. As we said then, we can assess the rumour fully because the PGMO won’t pass on their assessments. Indeed this is why Untold started […]

Arsenal Ladies win treble, and now go for the Champions League; reserves making good progress

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By Tony Attwood

Arsenal Ladies, having won the FA Cup, League Cup and the Super League are now moving on to the Champions League. They have won the first leg of their round of 32 match 4-0 […]

Gentlemen, you owe the ladies an apology

Walter Broeckx looks at yet another triumph for Arsenal Ladies

Who suffered the most of the defeat on Sunday? Was it the manager? The players? The supporters? Well in fact I think the one who suffered most are… the Arsenal Ladies.

Right on the day that Arsenal suffered their heavy defeat the Arsenal Ladies clinched […]

Arsenal 1 Chelsea 0

By Tony Attwood

It’s been not so much of a funny old game as a funny old season. Arsenal Ladies played their first league match yesterday (April 13) in the new super league and beat Chelsea. Except that it wasn’t quite their first match of the season.

With the Women’s League moving to the summer […]

It’s good news day. Win 2 club level tickets for WBA; plus Gibbs is OK and Vela is freed

By Tony Attwood

Good news on free tickets, good news on injuries, good news about women, good news about Carlos Vela.

It is all Good, Good, Good, Good. Oh yes!

First off, the two free tickets for club level this weekend.

If you read my meanderings on a regular basis, then in between your need […]

Untold round up women and children. (Perhaps I should rephrase that…)

By Tony Attwood

Arsenal is more than the first team, more than the “25” – it is a collection of teams including an all-conquering women’s team, and a youth team that has taken three trophies in the last two years.

Additionally we have our loanees. The number of these will rise over time (we hear […]

Be proud, be very proud. Arsenal become first team ever to retain Premier Academy League

Arsenal have won the Premier Academy League – the first team ever to retain the title. What’s more they have secured their position as the most successful youth team club of all time.

What’s more, Arsenal won the title without using their main players from last year. Jay Emmanuel Thomas, for example, who could have […]

Arsenal 4 Everton 2, Man U 1 Arsenal 1


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Arsenal Ladies and Arsenal Youth both win

by Tony Attwood

Arsenal Ladies have won the last ever Premier League – […]

AISA pressure leads to Arsenal ladies playing at the Ems

Today’s Sponsor: “Making the Arsenal” – the story of Arsenal in 1910, a time when women’s football was almost as popular as men’s.


At the last AGM of the Arsenal Independent Supporters Association the proposal was made that Arsenal Ladies should have a chance to play occasionally at […]

Still on track for the 5th consecutive double

Arsenal Ladies smashed Chelsea Ladies 4-0 away in the FA Cup semi-final and will play their old rivals Everton in May’s FA Women’s Cup final.

Three goals in the last 11 minutes of the first got matters sorted. This will now be Arsenal’s 11th Final.

What’s more Kim Little scored a goal which means she […]

New Super League announced

As expected Arsenal Ladies have secured their place in the Super League which will replace the Premier League next year.

The Super League will run through the summer in 2011 and will be made up of

Arsenal Everton Chelsea Doncaster Rovers Bristol Academy Birmingham City OOH Lincoln Liverpool

The top six names come from the […]

Arsenal, life, death and play acting.

This is a story of life and death. And acting. And celebration.

It is the story of a club from the Russian Premier League side FC Moscow which has gone bust just a short while after their oligarch owner, a man in the Roman Abramovich league, pulled out, having decided to switch sports.

And it […]

The manager’s resigned, the league is ending. Where next for Arsenal?

At the end of this season, it finishes. It is all over. No more.

I speak of course of the FA Tesco Women’s Premier League of 12 clubs. The winner of the league will be the final winner, because that’s it. What happens between May 2010 and March 2011 I am not sure – there […]

The complete guide to who will buy whom this month

Arsenal – We have money available, but with the news that we have apparently signed the Brazilian forward 16 year old Wellington Silva for £3.5m and seemingly we are about to buy a second young lad from the same country, that might be it. There is still all the talk that we need a new […]

Sunderland 1 Arsenal 2

That’s how close it was – we had two shots on target, they had one.

So it goes – we did an experiment with an experimental line up, and it didn’t deliver. If it had, Wenger would have been the greatest genius of all time, the wonder kid, the inspiration of a generation of managers […]

Arsenal 25 Stoke 4; Wenger left in no doubt

As the goal attempts total above suggests, it was a stroll in the park. The pro-Wenger ensemble which dominates the crowd at the Ems left no one in any doubt – among those at the matches there is total support for Wenger. “One Arsene Wenger” was heard over and over – and he got the […]

Next season’s team starts to take shape

Next season’s team will look remarkably different from the team that we have seen through this year.

This year you’ll remember we

Finished 4th in the EPL contrary to all predictions which had us in free fall (remember the “should Wenger go if we don’t make the Europa League) Got to the semi-final of the […]

Intelligent comment and a very funny joke about Arsenal

What to do if you have five minutes to spare: go to yesterdays article – (Arsenal Sign a New Defensive Enforcer). If you have a particularly large amount of free time you can skim through that – the bit about the enforcer is at the end – but then, much more importantly I’d invite you […]

A smile or two just before we get nervous

When the big games come I get nervous – just like most supporters I guess. Probably the worst occasion was the final game at home to Leicester in the Unbeaten Season. I had hoped I would be dancing and singing and having a lovely time, taking photos and all.

But the silly buggers were one […]

Yet another cup final…

If you follow the women’s game you’ll know that for years we’ve dominated, going for century after century without being beaten by anyone.

But this year Everton have tried to match the record. The Arsenal/Everton games have somehow slipped back to the end of the season, which is how we have Arsenal played 15 won […]