Tag: Lotte Wubben-Moy
Arsenal have re-signed Lotte Wubben-Moy after the defender returned home from the States due to the current pandemic.
English youngsters, Alessia Russo and Lotte Wubben-Moy, are on the market after leaving UNC and there is certainly a case for trying to sign the hugely talented players.
To celebrate the new year, here are my Arsenal Women top 5 moments of the decade.
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.
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.
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.
The England u19 team have qualified for the u20 Women's World Cup next year by beating the Auld enemy in the play-off for the final place available for the tournament.
In our latest mini-pod about the U19 euro draw we touched on the subject of which Arsenal players will make the finals in August. Here are the reasons why I believe three of the six Arsenal Ladies will be on the plane to Belfast.
The Arsenal Ladies youth system has produced many quality players through the years and it seems another one could be on her way out to an American University very soon.
Mo Marley has named an extended 24-player squad for a double header that will take place in three weeks against the USA in preparation for the Euros to be played in August.
The Spring Series has concluded and we can now have a look at the game time given by Pedro Losa to the players.
With the international break coming up for all the England teams, Arsenal players have been called up for the u17, u19 and u23 teams.
As it is traditional to have an end of the year review, here are my Arsenal Ladies player awards for the 2016 season.
Here is a player by player review of this season's performances. They are graded from A to E.
England u17s are through to the FIFA u17 WWC following their 2-1 win against Brazil.
John Griffiths will take a very experienced squad, including five Arsenal players, to the FIFA u17 WWC to be played in Jordan from the 30th September.
The England Women's u19 team played a double-header against their US counterparts and managed to win the first game one nil with a Georgia Allen goal and drew the second game 2-2.
The England Women's u17 team will have a difficult task to get out of their group in the forthcoming World Cup to be played in Jordan.
Following their 4-1 win over Serbia on Tuesday, England u17s booked their place in the Euro semi-finals and will play Germany for a place in the final as well as a place at the next World Cup.
The England women u17 have won their first game against the toughest group opponent Norway by three goals to two and therefore well placed...
John Griffiths has selected his 18 player-squad for the forthcoming u17 Euros to be played in Belarus and has included five Arsenal players.
Following Jemma Rose's dismissal against Manchester City and her subsequent ban, we look at Pedro Losa's available options in defence. Arsène Wenger has been having...
The England squads for the forthcoming u17 and u19 UEFA Elite Rounds have been disclosed by the FA. Eight Arsenal players have been called...
As there were no games this past weekend for the Arsenal Ladies first, reserves and u17 sides, we will focus on the 2015/16 Development...
We are currently in a FIFA international window and most of the Arsenal Ladies are currently involved with their national squad. Here's how they're all...
An England u17 side are preparing for the Elite round of the UEFA Women's u17 Championships to be played in spring 2016 and will play...