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Arsenal Women’s coach Jonas Eidevall extends stay at club

Arsenal Women boss Jonas Eidevall has signed a new long-term contract at the club.

The Swede led the Gunners to a second-placed finish in the Women’s Super League in his first season in charge and they came third last term as well as winning the League Cup and reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League.

Things have not gone as well in 2023/24, though, with Paris FC inflicting an early Champions League exit while they also lost their opening WSL game to Liverpool.

Eidevall said: “I’m aware of the huge privilege and responsibility that comes along with my role at Arsenal. 

“This is a special place with a special group of players and staff, and we all believe there is a great future ahead of us here.

“I am delighted to have agreed a new deal.”

Eidevall joined Arsenal from Rosengard in June 2021 and is pleased with his work so far, adding: “We’ve made great progress on and off the pitch over the last couple of years, and we are all working hard to continue that growth every single day. 

“Our ambition is to be competing for the highest honours in women’s football consistently, and we all believe we are capable of achieving that.

“I’d also like to say a special thank you to our supporters. 

“From the moment I arrived, I’ve felt your warm support, and it means the world. 

“Home or away, our supporters never fall short – to represent this club, this community, is an honour. Together, we can achieve so much.”

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