Tag: Manchester City Women
With the FA WSL new season starting on Sunday, it is prediction time! Who will win the 20/21 FA WSL, who will be relegated?
The Women's Community Shield will played for the first time in 12 years as Manchester City Women face Chelsea before the men's game that will see Arsenal play Liverpool.
Arsenal have probably said goodbye to their title hopes this season following another defeat to another contender, this time 2-1 away to City.
Joe Montemurro's small squad policy was heavily criticised by some Arsenal fans following the 4-1 home defeat to Chelsea so I thought it would be interesting to look at how the big 3 teams are managing their players’ load and how they do the squad rotation.
Manchester City's manager Nick Cushing will leave the club, after his side plays Arsenal on 2 February, to become assistant manager at New York City in the MLS.
The Gunners started the new year with a comfortable 2-0 win against Birmingham to stay top of the table as Chelsea and Manchester City also won their games on Sunday.
Arsenal got back to winning ways in the league by beating unbeaten Manchester City thanks to a lone goal from Vivianne Miedema.
Arsenal have a crucial home game against City this weekend, sitting three points behind their unbeaten and unbreached opponents.
With the League starting on Saturday with the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium and Bristol v Brighton at Ashton Gate, it is time for my annual predictions.
Now that the season is finally over, it's time to present my FA WSL Team of the Year, based on the games I've attended and those that have been shown on TV.
Arsenal Women had the weekend off as their league game away to Liverpool was postponed but they got welcome news as Chelsea held League leaders Manchester City to a 2-2 draw.
Arsenal won a very important away game 3-0 at Reading on Sunday, keeping the Gunners close to City in the title race.
With no game this weekend for Arsenal, Manchester City took advantage to draw level on points with a 1-0 win over Birmingham City.
This weekend, Arsenal are away to City in a title decider that could shape the season.
Arsenal Women did the job yesterday against Bristol with a 6-1 away win, but unfortunately Manchester City also beat Everton 3-0 to leave the Gunners short of Champions League qualification by a point.
Arsenal will battle with Manchester City on Sunday for the last UEFA Women's Champions League place, when the Gunners go to Bristol away while City are at home to Everton.
Arsenal Women mounted a spirited second half comeback against Manchester City to keep their Champions League hopes alive with a 2-1 victory after being 1-0 down at the break.
It will be all or nothing on Saturday lunchtime as Arsenal must win their game to close the gap with the Citizens to one point on the day.
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.
The PFA have announced the women's football nominees for Player's Player of the Year and as expected, there are no Arsenal players nominated.
Arsenal Women earned a creditable draw against League leaders Chelsea and also cut the gap on Manchester City to five points thanks to the Citizen's surprising home defeat to Reading.
Arsenal Women are finally back in business - they've won a trophy for the first time since 2016 with their 1-0 defeat against Manchester City in the Conti Cup.
After nearly three weeks without club football, Arsenal Women are back in business with the League Cup final against Manchester City. Tickets are on sale now, priced at £7 for adults and £3 for concessions, and are available via www.tickets.wwfc.com
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.
Following protests from the clubs competing in the semi-finals of the competition, the FA has decided on a late date change for the FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup final.
Now that Arsenal have reached the Conti Cup final against Manchester City, it is time to get angry at the FA
After a shakeup of the WSL Tier 1 and Tier 2 structure, the January transfer window could be a busy affair with many clubs already making movements in the market.
Here are the key things we learned from the 5-2 defeat away to City on Saturday lunchtime that leaves the team struggling in the title race after just two games.
Arsenal Women have tough away title decider at Manchester City on Saturday in their second game of the season.
The FA has disclosed the full broadcast fixture list for the FA WSL from September to early November, and there will be plenty of opportunities to watch Arsenal Women.
Following the recent signings of two defenders in Jessica Samuelsson and Josephine Henning, it seems like the Arsenal Women's team are still on the prowl with another defender targeted.
The Mirror claims that Manchester City are chasing Danielle Carter and are ready to offer her big money - £80,000 per season.
The Ladies got a huge 1-0 away win against the Champions and current holders of all the domestic trophies thanks to a fantastic Jordan Nobbs free-kick and now have a small chance of winning the Spring Series.
The FA love-in with Manchester City WFC reached a new high this week, when they claimed Manchester City Women were the first FA WSL side to reach the Champions League semi-final.
During photoshoot day, Arsenal Ladies did a live broadcast, hosted by Alex Scott and they revealed two friendlies to be played soon.
Manchester City Women have achieved the double League and Conti Cup after beating Birmingham City on Sunday, but is throwing money at the game the only way to succeed?
As expected, Manchester City defeated Chelsea 2-0 on Sunday and were crowned champions for the first time, so what next for Arsenal ladies?
Eagle-eyed fans have noted that Manchester City have already put on sale FA WSL 2016 Champions t-shirts in Women's, Men's and kid's size.
Another City game, another defeat for Arsenal ladies
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