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

In this episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim and Pippa are joined by new regular panellist Alex Ibaceta to discuss the news that Joe Montemurro will step down as Arsenal coach at the end of the season. The panel then take listener questions on who the new manager might be, what sort of business the club might do in the summer, Leah Williamson and Vivianne Miedema’s contract situations, the strategic review of the Women’s team operations, as well as questions on Beth Mead, Lia Walti and who the first choice back four should be.

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Peter Story Teller

Interesting discussion about potential incoming players and the rise of the Spanish. We did have a Spanish contingent, of course, when Pedro was around but they all left around the same time for whatever reason to be replaced by a Dutch core. Is it not the case that there could be a certain bias towards the manager’s home country? We currently appear to have a disproportionate number of Aussies in the squad and the million to one outsider for the vacant coaching position, Arsene W, brought half of France to the men’s team during his tenure. So, it could be… Read more »

Dkap

I personally would love to see more American and Canadian players in the future. There are heaps of young talents coming through. We also shouldn’t forget about homegrown players. There is an increased quota for next season. I’m thinking Lucy Parker (former Arsenal girl) and Lucy Porter – both in their final years playing in the US college system.

Chrishgooner

Arrivederci Joe. Its been good. In the context of AFC managerial appointments your’s was as inspired as Arsene Wenger’s.
I’m guessing that those who had the inspiration to choose Joe have gone so replacement is in the hands of the Club executives currently running the men’s team. Oh dear, few signs of inspiration there then.
My “inspired” thought. Joint player managers Kim and Viv.