Welcome to a brand new episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast.

In 2006-07, Arsenal Ladies achieved a unique quadruple- winning the Premier League, FA Cup, Premier League Cup and the European Cup. They remain the only British side in the women’s game to have won Europe’s top prize. In this episode we speak with then Gunners captain Faye White, who missed most of the season with a cruciate ligament injury. We talk to Faye about her mixed emotions watching an incredible season unfold from the treatment table. We also speak to Gunners legend and striker Kelly Smith, who returned to the club from the US after battling depression and alcoholism. Kelly enjoyed an excellent, injury free season- but missed both legs of the European Cup Final in controversial circumstances. Kelly talks candidly about her frustration with rough treatment from opponents and how that frustration built to cost her participation in the game of her life. Relive this historic season through the eyes of Arsenal Ladies’ most successful ever captain and all-time greatest player.

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Peter Story Teller
Peter Story Teller

Not sure one women’s team will be so dominant ever again especially now in the age of a league of professional clubs where the prime talent is shared out amongst half a dozen teams which can only be a good thing for the spectacle of the game.
A fantastic record to have in the archives nonetheless.