Arsenal Women are the only British representative left in this season’s UEFA Women’s Champions League campaign which is at the quarterfinal stage. There’s no doubt that the North Londoners are one of the best womens soccer teams in England, but they have struggled to hold their own on the European football stage. However, it is important to point out that Arsenal Women have shown themselves to be one of the best eight womens soccer teams in Europe this season and the next target is to be one of the best four womens soccer teams on the European football scene, but German Bundesliga giants VFL Wolfsburg stand in their way.
VFL Wolfsburg stand in the way of Arsenal Women and a place in the semifinals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League this season that would confirm their status as one of the top four teams as far as womens soccer in Europe is concerned. Continue reading →
It is no news that Manchester United (Male Team) are under performing this season especially judging by the wealth of talent they have in their squad. The return of the lethal and prolific Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford meant that the Red Devils have added firepower in attack including the likes of Edinson Cavani, Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Anthony Martial, and the recently-promoted Anthony Elanga all vying for a starting role.
However, despite the wealth in attack, the English Premier League giants are currently lying in fourth position in the league table, 19 points far from current leaders and neighboring rivals Manchester City even though they have played one game less. Continue reading →
Arsenal Women have maintained their lead at the top of the FA Womens Soccer League (FAWSL) after they sealed an impressive win at the home of Manchester Unitedat the weekend. Arsenal Women ensured that they are still the leading team in womens soccer as far as English football is concerned with the 2-0 away win over Manchester United.
With defending champions Chelsea hot on their heels, Arsenal knew that only a win over home team Manchester United will keep their status asthe first team in womens soccer in England. Any result other than a win would have given the Blues the chance to take top spot on the FAWSL standings. Continue reading →
Arsenal are the team to beat in womens soccer in England this season after their sensational start to the new season. It’s safe to say that the Gunners are the kings of womens soccer after a perfect record of five wins from five games in the FA Women’s Super League (WSL).
North London giants Arsenal have been able to establish a three-point advantage at the top of the WSL table. The Gunners have three more points than the London duo of Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur. Both Chelsea and Spurs have 12 points but the latter trail the former due to an inferior goal difference. Continue reading →
Womens soccer in England is on the rise and this was evident when Arsenal took on Chelsea in the London Derby at the start of the new Women’s Super League (WSL) season. The new WSL season started last weekend and the star match on the opening weekend was the encounter between Arsenal and defending champions Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
The new WSL season started with a lucrative cum new TV deal meaning that womens soccer clubs in England will have access to more funds. Sky and BBC are sharing the rights as per the new TV deal to cover womens soccer in England. Continue reading →
While there is still a continued quietness from Chelsea’s senior men team this summer as fans continue to wait for their first summer signing, the women’s team have been doing the opposite and have recently confirmed their first signing of the transfer window.
The team has just recently confirmed that they have signed young goalkeeper Emily Orman to a new contract as it was set to expire in the coming months. The club revealed in an official statement via their official website that the 18-year-old talented goalkeeper agreed to fresh terms and sighed a new one-year contract at the club even though she has not yet featured for the first team. Continue reading →