Saturday, February 24, 2024

Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 71: November mailbag

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

For the November mailbag edition, Tim is joined by Sebastian from the Potshot Podcast to field your questions on the defence and how the future of the backline is shaping up, Katie McCabe at right-back, whether there is room for additions in the January transfer window, the midfield and the competition between Pelova, Cooney-Cross, Little and Walti, as well as how to get Alessia Russo into more scoring positions and how soon can Emirates Stadium become the full-time home ground for the women’s team?

You can follow Tim on Twitter @Stillmanator : Follow Sebastian @ Eulenberg_

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Little Cubby

I love going to Borehamwood and l love going to The Emirates. However my biggest anxiety about Meadow Park is actually getting tickets, l nearly have a melt down every time l go to the website to purchase them. Not so long ago it was never an issue but lm still so happy the game is growing. We know that Meadow Park will be our home for a few more years yet l just wish they could add capacity

Peter Story Teller

I’ve never enjoyed The Emirates, Highbury always had a better feel to me. I love the intimacy of Meadow Park but have to accept that we have outgrown a stadium of that capacity. If land were not at such a premium in the capital city an intermediate sized venue could be built for the women and the Academy sides to use but without moving too far away from home that’s not likely to happen. So what options are there?

Peter Story Teller

With NewCo taking control of the WSL is this the opportunity to put players first and get away from the moronic scheduling of Cup, European and International games impacting on the flow of the league and the wellbeing of the players all for the sake of milking the cash cow while the regulatory authorities can? I’d like to think so but with an investment banker and not a sports(wo)man in charge I shall not hold my breath and expect even more of a sell out to the global corporate media! Push too hard and you could destroy the very thing… Read more »

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