How positive are you feeling that Arsenal Women can win the WSL, for the 1st time since 2019?

Our Arsenal Women have played 14 games this season and have 8 more to play in the Barclays Women’s Super League. With Chelsea sitting on top of the table and Manchester City following closely behind them on equal points, it does leave Arsenal fans questioning if we can still win the WSL this season.

Arsenal currently sit in 3rd place on 31 points, while Chelsea and City are sitting on 34 points, with Chelsea only on top due to goal difference. It doesn’t seem like a lot of points to make up, and being just a win away should excite Arsenal fans because with football, obviously anything can happen! Considering how well both Chelsea and City have performed this season, it does leave us on the outer and waiting for a result to go our way.

Chelsea lost to Manchester City at the weekend, bringing us and City that much closer to the title holders. Chelsea have obviously been the team to beat this season, but after our win against Manchester United this weekend, we’re back in a position where just two games could change the whole season.

We face off against London rivals Tottenham next weekend in what could be a massive game for us. If we can manage to take away the three points, we then face off against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, in a game where we could minimise the gap, and hopefully push for the title.

Obviously a lot can happen in football and we’re not only relying on our own results, but the results around us to go our way too. But Arsenal Women a great side who have showed they can produce in the big games, and from now on, every single game has to be looked at like a final and we can’t lose any points.

Hopefully the win against United brings us the confidence we need to keep pushing, and although it’s going to be a hard road, and a difficult 8 games remaining, we are definitely still in with a chance to go all the way. Eidevall has got our women playing well together and, with goals coming from all over the pitch, we could creep up behind Chelsea and City and make a stride to the top.

It’s been a long time since we won the League but for me, it feels like our year, and that might be a bit bias of me, but I think we have the right side and the right people in charge to do it this year. We’ve got more than enough quality to go forward and, as I said, it will be hard but I have 100% faith we can do it.

What’s your thoughts Gooners? Are you feeling positive?

Daisy Mae

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  1. I fancy us for a close second, two points behind them there from west London.
    Our run-in is harder I think, but they have all the experience plus the added incentive of it being Hayes last season.
    The Spurs game doesn’t worry me, that’s a foregone – we’ll get four, they may get one if they’re lucky. But Chelsea? I can’t see them not scoring two or three times and I can’t see us scoring, maybe one.
    The other games we’ll pick up more points than Chelsea (and Spurs lol) but it will be just short of whats required.
    It’ll still be a great season though, and a solid base for next season when we will have improved yet again and Chelsea will have to come to terms with a new boss. 🙂

  2. i m positive about our chances, we ve seen displays against Chelsea and United that warrant this, (and warm the heart), Jonas can combine innate talent (Beth, Viv, Lia, Leah, Cloe, Amanda, Caitlin, Alyssia etc) with on form power players (Lotte, Stina, Katie etc) he can combine experience with youth, he can select combinations that work well, switch positions, wrong foot or get behind defences … injuries and international duties could be an issue but our depth of squad is hard to beat … prediction in the WSL is not easy, games can go either way, with shots hitting the post etc, we should not relax even against the supposedly weaker teams, i d like to see our new experienced French keeper in action, we can have everything necessary in place and keep improving, and yes we can win the WSL, i have no doubt

    1. once i start naming players i should go on to mention the whole squad, it s impossible not to give credit to such established players like Kim nor to the very young ones rising into prominence right now … and the more i think of it the more confident i am we have everything it takes to win the WSL

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