Eidevall Out To Overhaul Ajax

Impetus’ Johnathan Stack heard from Arsenal head coach Jonas Eidevall ahead of today’s Champions League Qualifying Round 2nd Leg tie in Amsterdam against Ajax (28/9/22). Above: Jonas Eidevall speaking to the press. The Gunners’ head coach is looking to secure his team’s place in the group stage tonight. Photo: Arsenal WFC. Arsenal head coach JonasContinue reading “Eidevall Out To Overhaul Ajax”

McCabe & Eidevall Ahead Of “Physical” North London Derby

Impetus’ Kris Goman caught up with both Arsenal‘s Katie McCabe and Jonas Eidevall prior to the potentially record-breaking North London derby to be played at The Emirates this afternoon (24/9/22). Above: Katie McCabe – proud of the way Arsenal have built on Euros success to sell over 50,000 tickets for today’s game. Photo: Arsenal Women.Continue reading “McCabe & Eidevall Ahead Of “Physical” North London Derby”

Matildas In The WSL: The Curious Case Of Caitlin Foord

Ahead of this weekend’s big North London derby in the WSL, Impetus’ Jonathan Tay profiles Arsenal’s Australian star Caitlin Foord (22/9/22). Above: Caitlin Foord on the move against Brighton and Hove Albion last week. Photo: @ArsenalWFC. Chest flat on the ground, Caitlin Foord looked skyward with arms outstretched, searching for the payoff which never arrived.Continue reading “Matildas In The WSL: The Curious Case Of Caitlin Foord”

Powell Hopeful Ahead Of Gunners Test

Ahead of tonight’s WSL opener against Arsenal, Holly Wright heard from Brighton and Hove Albion head coach Hope Powell at her media conference for us. Above: Brighton and Hove Albion head coach Hope Powell speaking to the media. Photo: Brighton and Hove Albion Women. A week later than anticipated and the start of the WSLContinue reading “Powell Hopeful Ahead Of Gunners Test”

Arsenal Ready And Gunning For Glory

Impetus’ Johnathan Stack was in Arsenal head coach Jonas Eidevall‘s media conference for us ahead of the Gunners’ opening WSL game against Brighton and Hove Albion tomorrow night (15/9/22). Above: Jonas Eidevall at this week’s Arsenal media conference. Photo: Arsenal WFC. After an exceptional summer of women’s football that gripped the nation and ended inContinue reading “Arsenal Ready And Gunning For Glory”

No Jonas, Football Was Not “The Winner”

By Rachel Lara Cohen (9/5/22) Above: Things get tasty in Wednesday night’s North London Derby. Photo: Arsenal WFC. Following the North London Derby at the Emirates, Arsenal Manager Jonas Eidevall, stated that his team beating Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 meant that “football was the winner”. It’s a tired cliché, but there are lots of tired clichésContinue reading “No Jonas, Football Was Not “The Winner””

Foord Masterclass Spurs The Gunners To Vital Win

Arsenal 3-0 Tottenham Hotspur By Darrell Allen at the Emirates Stadium for Impetus (5/5/22) Above: Caitlin Foord gets a shot in at The Emirates last night despite Spurs’ Ashleigh Neville’s attempted block. Photo: Arsenal WFC. Arsenal comfortably beat North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night to set up a finalContinue reading “Foord Masterclass Spurs The Gunners To Vital Win”

It’s A Blue Day At Meadow Park

Arsenal 0-2 Chelsea Words and Photos by Ben Gilby at Meadow Park (17/4/22) Above: Winners are grinners – Jess Carter and Beth England are all smiles at the final whistle as Chelsea made it to Wembley. Photo: Ben Gilby. Chelsea’s ruthless second-half performance was more than enough to overcome Arsenal at a packed Meadow ParkContinue reading “It’s A Blue Day At Meadow Park”

Barclays FAWSL Wrap

Darrell Allen rounds-up the weekend’s action which saw the shock result of the season at St. Andrews (11/1/22). Above: Birmingham City celebrate their sensational win over Arsenal. Photo: Birmingham City Women. Another depleted programme in the FAWSL saw just 50% of the weekend programme take place. Impetus was due to be at Kingsmeadow for theContinue reading “Barclays FAWSL Wrap”

“It Doesn’t Really Get Any Better…” Chelsea Ready For Wembley

Impetus‘ Kieran Yap was invited to Chelsea’s pre-Cup Final press conference and heard from Emma Hayes, Magda Eriksson, and Fran Kirby on the legacy of those who came before them, the priorities for further growth of the women’s game, and how preparations for the big day have gone (5/12/21). Above: The Women’s FA Cup. Photo:Continue reading ““It Doesn’t Really Get Any Better…” Chelsea Ready For Wembley”