Women

Daily Cannon Exclusive: Interview with former Arsenal manager

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Ex-Arsenal Women boss Shelley Kerr revealed how she first got involved in football, how proud she was of her three-trophy haul with the Gunners, as well as what it means to now manage her country – in... [Read More]
 

Midfielder names one thing Arsenal have needed this season

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Heather O'Reilly praised Arsenal's 'gritty' 3-0 win over Sunderland at the weekend. [Read More]
 

Daily Cannon Exclusive: Interview with former Liverpool and England defender

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We were fortunate enough to speak to ex-England international Becky Easton, who has 44 caps to her name, while having won three league titles at club level. [Read More]
 

Video: Arsenal receive big boost to their Champions League hopes

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The unexpected draw between Reading and Chelsea combined with Arsenal's win against Sunderland is a big boost for their hopes of Champions League place. [Read More]
 

Arsenal midfielder receives long-awaited call up to the national team

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Interim England manager Mo Marley has named her squad for the upcoming Women's World Cup qualifiers, giving a first senior call up to Arsenal's Leah Williamson. [Read More]
 

Daily Cannon Exclusive: Interview with Dutch football agent who represents four Arsenal players

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The Daily Cannon was lucky enough to speak to football agent Leoni Blokhuis, who boasts being behind the first paid Dutch transfer in the Women’s game. [Read More]
 

These three Arsenal players have helped narrow the gap to Manchester City

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Arsenal got their third league win of the season, defeating Sunderland 3-0, courtesy of goals from Louise Quinn, Vivianne Miedema and Jordan Nobbs. [Read More]
 

Arsenal midfielder names which manager they admire

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Kim Little is looking forward to playing under new manager Joe Montemurro. [Read More]
 

This is the football club facing an uncertain future thanks to the FA

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Watford Ladies will officially no longer be a FA WSL side, after deciding to try only for a third tier place in the WPL next season. [Read More]
 

This is the football club facing an uncertain future thanks to the FA

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Watford Ladies will officially no longer be a FA WSL side, after deciding to try only for a third tier place in the WPL next season. [Read More]
 
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