Friday, June 21, 2024

Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 65: Season review

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 is joined by Art de Roché from The Athletic to recap 2022-23 for Arsenal Women, where they have improved, where they still need to improve, key moments and highlights from the season, as well as tactical innovations we have seen during this campaign and how they might make Arsenal more flexible in the long-run. Art and Tim also discuss Frida Maanum and Victoria Pelova’s contributions in depth and choose their game and goal of the season.

You can follow Tim on Twitter @Stillmanator – Follow Art @artderoche

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A Continental cup, good season.

Fun Gunner

Wow, great podcast. Thanks, Tim and Art. Assuming Jodie Taylor, Gio and one other who shall remain nameless move on/go on loan…then as well as a specialist CB, I think we need a DM/CB, CB/RB, a lethal CF and a lethal goal-scoring striker/10. Then there would be an immediate rotational use for all the new players in the short and medium term and in the longer term, good competition for places and tactical options for JE. There is more than one way to skin a cat, as the saying goes. We have progressed this season by being flexible, so let’s… Read more »


The squad is clearly malleable which has been useful in filling gaps when people are injured but when everyone is fit and ready I think it gives us a lot of options tactically. A big positive of Jonas’s additions to the squad is the balance between physicality and technicality as well as being hard workers. I think those combinations of qualities will allow players to adapt to any change of system. Good examples are Frida and Pelova, they can fit in anywhere in the top half of the pitch because of their quality on the ball, work-rate and physicality. They… Read more »

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