Welcome to a brand new episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, the number one podcast about Arsenal Women.

Between 1993 and 2013, Arsenal Ladies won 14 league titles, 12 FA Cups, 13 League Cups and the European Cup- the first and only British side to win the European Cup in the women’s game. On this month’s episode, Tim is joined by Rich Laverty to discuss Arsenal’s domestic dominance under Vic Akers and some of the players that underpinned it. Rich recently wrote an article on Arsenal Ladies’ success in the Arsenal special edition of These Football Times magazine.

Tim is then joined by women’s football journalist Catherine Etoe, who covered Arsenal extensively in the early 2000s. Tim and Catherine discuss the great Gunners sides of the early 21st century. Catherine covered both legs of the 2007 European Cup Final against Umea and she reminisces about Arsenal’s achievement in that final. Also this month, we hear from Gunners left-back Katie McCabe on this month’s edition of ‘Teammates.’ Who from the current squad would make the best Prime Minister? Who would be the best in a fight? Or a pub quiz?

Find out by listening to this month’s episode…

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Christopher Humphrey

A really enjoyable look back at a period which should be more revered in English football history (not only women’s football). The fact that the only footage on film is Alex Scott’s goal shot from the first leg of the final is, well, simply sad.
Let”s hope that it is Kim Little who next lifts this trophy for Arsenal and its sooner than any of us thinks possible.

trugun

Am I right in thinking that Vic Akers is the most successful manager in
Arsenal’s history, nothing is ever said but his teams sure won a hell of a lot of trophies.