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Chelsea open WSL title defence at Arsenal as part of tough start for both

Chelsea go to Manchester United in third gameArsenal host Manchester City that weekend Chelsea will begin the defence of their Women’s Super League title at Arsenal as part of a tough start to the 2021-22 season for both clubs.Chelsea go to Manchester …

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Women’s transfer window: all the major deals while Euro 2020 was on

There have been nearly 300 deals involving clubs in the top five leagues. We pick out the main onesArsenal have signed the Japan forward Mana Iwabuchi from Aston Villa after a lengthy courtship of the 2011 World Cup winner. Iwabuchi was going to join A…

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Women’s Super League: Hayes gets new Chelsea deal and Parris joins Arsenal

Manager Hayes ‘delighted’ to extend after successful seasonArsenal pay Lyon initial €80,000 to sign forward ParrisEmma Hayes has signed a new contract with Chelsea after leading the team to a first Champions League final and winning the Women’s Super L…

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Arsenal Women take Jonas Eidevall from Rosengård as new manager

He has won trophies in two spells with Swedish club Eidevall is 38 and began his coaching career at 23Arsenal have appointed Jonas Eidevall as their manager. The 38-year-old joins from the Swedish club Rosengård, who reached the quarter-finals of the W…

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Daniëlle van de Donk leaves Arsenal and joins mammoth Lyon overhaul

Dutch forward’s contract expired at Arsenal after six yearsLyon also sign Christiane Endler and Signe BruunLyon have announced the signings of the goalkeeper Christiane Endler and the forwards Signe Bruun and Daniëlle van de Donk to kickstart the big s…

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Arsenal and Lyon in talks over swapping Nikita Parris and Vivianne Miedema

WSL record scorer Miedema out of contract next summerArsenal confirm signing of Japan forward Mana IwabuchiArsenal and Lyon are in talks over a deal that could see the England forward Nikita Parris return to the Women’s Super League and take Vivianne M…

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Arsenal Women’s Joe Montemurro admits to second thoughts over exit

Manager set to bow out against Crystal Palace on SundayMontemurro says club can ‘go to the next level’ without himJoe Montemurro has admitted he has had second thoughts on several occasions since announcing in March that he would stand down as Arsenal …

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Arsenal Women’s Joe Montemurro admits to second thoughts over exit

Manager set to bow out against Crystal Palace on SundayMontemurro says club can ‘go to the next level’ without himJoe Montemurro has admitted he has had second thoughts on several occasions since announcing in March that he would stand down as Arsenal …

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Arsenal Women’s Joe Montemurro admits to second thoughts over exit

Manager set to bow out against Crystal Palace on SundayMontemurro says club can ‘go to the next level’ without himJoe Montemurro has admitted he has had second thoughts on several occasions since announcing in March that he would stand down as Arsenal …

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Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

Chelsea fly WSL flag in Champions League, Manchester City set up dramatic final day and Williams signs off with a goalAs the final whistle blew on Chelsea’s 4-1 win over Bayern Munich I had tears in my eyes, knowing what the result would mean to Emma H…

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Chloe Kelly injury mars Manchester City’s WSL win over Birmingham

City take title race to wire with 4-0 victoryArsenal all but secure Champions League spotManchester City crushed Birmingham 4-0 to take the Women’s Super League title race to the final day of the season, but their victory was overshadowed by a serious-…

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Arsenal’s Lotte Wubben-Moy: ‘The US was the pinnacle of competition, just relentless’

The defender talks about her time at University of North Carolina, life in the ‘competitive cauldron’ and returning to Arsenal“It was the elephant in the room the whole week,” says the Arsenal centre-back Lotte Wubben-Moy, thinking back to the buildup …

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Arsenal’s Lotte Wubben-Moy: ‘The US was the pinnacle of competition, just relentless’

The defender talks about her time at University of North Carolina, life in the ‘competitive cauldron’ and returning to Arsenal“It was the elephant in the room the whole week,” says the Arsenal centre-back Lotte Wubben-Moy, thinking back to the buildup …

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Fran Kirby to NLD derby: the best five moments from first 10 years of WSL | Suzanne Wrack

As the Women’s Super League turns 10 years old, we highlight final-day drama and Fran Kirby’s blockbuster move to ChelseaOn the final day of the WSL season Liverpool, Chelsea and Birmingham were all in with a chance of winning the league. Liverpool nee…

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Arsenal Women offered online abuse training before new WSL broadcast deal

Club are giving same training to its women’s and men’s teamsNew deal with BBC and Sky expected to bring greater exposureArsenal Women are receiving the same online abuse training as the men’s team as part of the club’s new #StopOnlineAbuse campaign, in…

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Arsenal’s Lydia Williams: ‘I’d love to inspire the next generation of Indigenous athletes’

In the first of a Women’s Super League series the Australian goalkeeper discusses identity, being judged and missing the desertGet to know the players in England’s top flight better with our new WSL player in focus series. When Arsenal’s Lydia Williams…

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Arsenal Women manager Joe Montemurro to leave at end of season

Australian in charge since 2017 and won WSL in 2019Club say he wants to recharge and have more family timeJoe Montemurro said he had made the “hardest professional decision” of his life in announcing that he will leave Arsenal at the end of the season …

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Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

It has been a landmark week for Chelsea and Manchester United while Arsenal appear to have found themselves againEvery Women’s Super League game over the weekend was shown live, with kick-offs staggered to allow each one to get its share of attention. …

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Vivianne Miedema scores spectacular volley as Arsenal beat Spurs in WSL

Tottenham’s winless streak stretched to seven Women’s Super League matches after a 3-0 home defeat to Arsenal. Caitlin Foord, Vivianne Miedema and Katie McCabe were on target for the Gunners in the north London derby.The visitors could have been ahead …

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Tottenham v Arsenal: Women’s Super League – live!

WSL updates from the 3.30pm GMT kick-off in north LondonUnited enjoy happy Old Trafford bow against West HamAny comments? You can email rob.smyth@theguardian.com 2.54pm GMT Pre-match reading Related: Spurs’ Siri Worm: ‘If you share a wall with Son and …