Sunday, June 16, 2024

The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 32: October mailbag

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

Tim, Pippa and Alex get together for the October mailbag edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast. The panel answer questions on the midfield- specifically Kim Little’s best position and who is the preferred choice as the number six. They also ponder how far the Gunners can go in the Champions League and the lessons learned from the chastening defeat to Barcelona. Attention also turns to the addition of Gary Lewin to the backroom staff and other positive changes behind the scenes, as well as some of the challenges and improvements to come as the season progresses.

You can follow Tim on Twitter @Stillberto : Alex @AlexIbaceta23 : Pippa @Pippa_Monique

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Please when is the FA cup match against Brighton??


This Sunday, Meadow Park KO 16.45


Loved the pod Tim. For me this midfield debate is interesting, because I don’t quite see that this season Kim has always played as 10 till Hoffenheim game. I personally see that in midfield of Lia, Kim, Frida last 2 have played as rotating attacking 8’s. I think that stats also bare that out. When Mana has played in midfield, she has been at least as high as Kim, usually higher. For me we don’t play with pure 10, even with Mana she has dropped deeper. I checked out the stats about it – Kim’s touches in WSL are following:… Read more »


How odd. Hit the play button for edition 32 October Mailbag and 30 September Mailbag played ?????


Click on the word Download below the graphic you’ve just tried and the correct edition appears!


Glad I was finally able to run this. Much interest in the fluidity and potential rotation of our midfielders. I’m keen to see Kim as far forward as possible creating and scoring goals.


Interesting question in your podcast, how can we be even better? I’m no expert, just a layman, and we’re already very good, but I notice how players are sometimes hesitant to pass to the nearest open outlet. Understandable, as there would be markers expecting that pass, and you don’t want to get pressed and lose the ball. If you can dribble a bit and someone free elsewhere it’s safe, and it works against the WSL teams in the games I’ve seen so far. But against the best teams in the world, they press you hard and in the short time… Read more »

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