Monday, May 16, 2022

Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 43: May Mailbag

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

In this month’s mailbag edition, Tim Stillman and Alex Ibaceta review the season that was and take listener questions on Vivianne Miedema’s future, Frida Maanum’s role next season, where Arsenal might look to strengthen in the summer transfer window and whether it will be revolution or evolution in the market, the types of players Jonas might sign as well as the positions, the prospect of the team training with the U16s boys’ team next season and the benefits that might bring, Anna Patten and what Arsenal might be looking for in a back-up goalkeeper next season. There is also a short interview with Beth Mead at the end of the podcast.

You can follow Tim on Twitter @Stillberto, and Alex @alexibaceta23

If you are a regular listener via iTunes, if you would be so kind as to leave a review/rating that would be greatly appreciated.

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Bruce

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Fun Gunner

Hi, Tim and Alex Really good podcast. On the U16 boys vs Arsenal Women, Alex shouldn’t have to choose her words so carefully. Men *are* stronger than women – even boys are bigger, stronger, faster, etc than women. They also have a host of other advantages like twice the strength in the upper body, quicker reactions and better depth perception to judge the flight of a ball. There is no shame in admitting that – women are weaker physically because we don’t benefit from the “superserum” of a testosterone-fuelled male puberty. Plus there are the physiological compromises which allow us… Read more »

Gunner H

Absolutely correct and fair, and brave to say as much in the current ridiculously excessive PC climate; I would go further by suggesting that women’s mental qualities are superior, contributing to much more enjoyable viewing of women’s soccer than the current way the men’s game is played

Zoe Waterfield

Totally agree with you there. Womens football just like womens tennis is far more entertaining to watch than the mens version

Tim Stillman

Yes, entirely agree. Acknowledging difference does not have to imply inferiority.

Fun Gunner

Another point – can’t believe we can’t sign players up at 16… Seems mad. I remember this being an issue years ago and it’s still not sorted. It could completely undermine any advances with the academy.

Collibosher

Two episode 43s?

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