What do you ask the first ever woman to win the Ballon d’Or who has just given a rousing speech aimed at encouraging more women and girls to get involved with the sport? Well, if you’re a dick with a dick, you ask her to twerk, of course.
Arsenal Women's unbeaten run ended up with a 2-0 defeat away at City but it wasn't unexpected considering our bad luck with injuries in the last few weeks.
A couple of years ago, the FA decided to go for a full-time professional women's football League so with the FA WSL in a new era, let's have a look at the transfer numbers from 2013 to 2018.
With Brexit coming at the end of March 2019 and a large number of injured players at Arsenal, the January transfer window might be crucial for in the quest for trophies.
Four months into the season and three managers are no longer in their jobs in the FA WSL and FA WC, so are they more at risk than before with teams now full-time?
Martin Samuel in the Daily Mail football section complains the Women’s Super League just isn’t super enough to warrant coverage in a national newspaper.
Throughout the years Arsenal have lost many players who went to the USA to study and play, starting with the one and only Kelly Smith who went to Seton Hall.
Just 22, Vivianne Miedema has scored 114 goals in 132 games. But who is this player who’s proving that the female of the species is just as deadly as the male?
A look at some of the accusations levelled at female football fans and the truth behind them.
Arsenal Women are absolutely flying this season having just put five past the reigning Champions, Chelsea, away from home. So who is the manager that looks to have the team back on track?
France football have created the Women's Ballon d'Or and, for the first Edition, there are 15 nominees.
Another Sunday and another inept referee. I really wonder if English referees are told not to worry about the players' physical integrity because it is a recurrent problem at every level.
Arsenal Women are absolutely flying this season having scored 24 goals already in just a handful of matches. So who is the manager that looks to have the team back on track?
One of the main differences between men's and women's football is the attendance. At the Emirates, you will get around 60k while at Borehamwood it...
The FA has finally disclosed the full FA WSL schedule barely 17 days before the season starts.
If we look at the current Arsenal squad, it is a vibrant multi-cultural international group, but do we have enough home-grown players to comply with the FA WSL rules?
The new season is four weeks away and there are 18 players in the current Arsenal first-team squad but the Academy is looking threadbare.
Vivianne Miedema held a football clinic at her former club, VV De Weide in Hoogeveen this weekend.
Sheffield FC Ladies have withdrawn from the newly named FA Women's Championship citing 'money' as the main reason behind their decision.
There are countless reasons why you can be proud to be an Arsenal fan. One of the proudest regards I have for Arsenal however, is how they strive for respect and encourage diversity and equality. In particular, how they have led from the front in Women’s football.
I was lucky enough to be invited to the FA Women's Football Award 2018. It was the 20th annual edition celebrating the best of women's football.
The FA WSL transfer window will open on the June 1, so let's have a look at what the 11 teams could do in the next couple of months.
The FA has announced that they will disclose the teams with a successful bid for the 2018/19 season on Sunday.
As we are reaching the end of the season, it is time to announce the Player of the Year awards and we've picked our top 3 players as well as the best young player.
Sunday's 3-0 away defeat to Birmingham City Ladies means there is not much hope of Champions League football next season, with a cup double now the main target for the team.
Sunday's FA Women's Cup quarter final postponement is set to create a number of fixture list problems before the end of the season on 20th May.
After last week's 2-2 draw between Manchester City and Chelsea, the race is on for the Gunners to try to snatch a Champions League place from one of the top two teams.
Almost three years ago, one of my first features for Daily Cannon was about the condescension of female football fans.
After our interview with Arsenal photographer, David Price, recently, it got us thinking: Do the women’s side have their own ‘tog and, if not, why not?
Arsenal Women did the job and got a much-needed win against Everton on a freezing Friday evening.
Now that Arsenal have reached the Conti Cup final against Manchester City, it is time to get angry at the FA
Waking up on Saturday morning to read reports that Phil Neville was the frontrunner and favourite to take the England’s women’s job, I wasn’t sure if I was still asleep or drunk from the night before, even though I hadn’t even been drinking.
As revealed by the godfather of women's football journos in England, Phillip Neville will be the new England Women's manager and will try to emulate Mark Sampson's success on the pitch while avoiding off-the-pitch pitfalls that saw the Welshman sacked.
New year, new manager, new ambitions. Can Arsenal Women return to being successful after a cup drought and six years without title success?
Arsenal Women struggled in 2017, failing to add to their trophy cabinet and missing out on the Champions League. But here are their three top performers who can hold their heads high.
When the FA WSL was formed in 2011, Arsenal Ladies were a dominant force in women's football and now they're a shadow of their former selves - what happened?
Just 21, Vivianne Miedema has scored 114 goals in 132 games. But who is this player who’s proving that the female of the species is just as deadly as the male?
A group of West Ham fans allegedly targeted a woman on Wednesday night and subjected her to sexist chants while the match played out.
At the beginning of November, Alex Scott announced that she would be leaving Arsenal and retiring from playing football at the end of the season, so what's next for the soon-to-be former right-back?
The Arsenal Women are one of the most successful women's football teams ever, and certainly in England. We've put together a list of the five best players of all time for the side.