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Juventus women name former Arsenal boss Joe Montemurro new head coach

Juventus have appointed Joe Montemurro as new head coach of the women’s team, marking an immediate return to football for the Australian following his decision to step down as Arsenal boss at the end of the 2020/21 WSL season. Montemurro spent nearly four years in charge of Arsenal but announced...

Joe Montemurro: Former Arsenal boss takes charge of Juventus Women

Former Arsenal boss Joe Montemurro has been confirmed as the new head coach of Juventus' women's team. The Australian made his name in the women's game with Arsenal, where he was in charge between November 2017 and May 2021. He guided the Gunners to the 2018-19 Women's Super League title,...
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Australian coach Joe Montemurro being chased by Juventus ahead of Arsenal exit

Juventus are looking to appoint Australian coach Joe Montemurro as their next head coach of the Italian giants women's team. Montemurro recently confirmed his plan to depart Arsenal after a successful three-and-a-half year tenure in charge of the female Gunners. While there was some hope among Australian football circles he...
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Arsenal Women’s Joe Montemurro admits to second thoughts over exit

Joe Montemurro has admitted he has had second thoughts on several occasions since announcing in March that he would stand down as Arsenal manager at the end of this season. “Yes, yes and yes,” he said when asked if he had felt at times that he has made a terrible mistake. “The coach in me and the long-term project person that I am, the bigger picture person that I am – yes I have had many doubts over the last month and a half, but there is a gut feeling that tells me I’ve made the right decision.

Vivianne Miedema to stay at Arsenal next season, Joe Montemurro insists

Departing Arsenal manager Joe Montemurro expects star striker Vivianne Miedema to remain at the Women’s Super League club next season.The Netherlands international’s deal runs out next year but it has been rumoured she will follow her club and national teammate Jill Roord in signing for German side VfL Wolfsburg.But Montemurro has insisted Miedema will stick around, at least for another season.He told Sky Sports: “Yeah, she has one more year on her contract. She’s still here, she’s definitely still going to be here while I’m around for one more week. I think everything has been said about Viv’s future.“I see...

Vivianne Miedema: Joe Montemurro expects Arsenal Women striker to stay for next season

Arsenal's outgoing head coach Joe Montemurro expects star striker Vivianne Miedema to remain at the club beyond this summer. Miedema became the Women's Super League's all-time record goalscorer in October 2020 when she scored her 52nd goal in the English top-flight in just her 50th appearance for Arenal. The Netherlands...

Joe Montemurro: Women’s European Super League plan was ‘sketchy’ afterthought

Arsenal manager Joe Montemurro believes the inclusion of a women’s competition in the European Super League proposals was a “bolt-on” to the men’s project. Six Premier League clubs collectively announced on Sunday night they had signed an agreement to form a new competition along with six leading sides from Italy and Spain.

The candidates Arsenal could consider to replace Joe Montemurro as manager

Arsenal have started the search for a new women’s team manager for next season to replace current Joe Montemurro, who has made the decision to step down at the end of the current campaign. Montemurro will see out the WSL season but the process to identify and hire his successor...

Joe Montemurro has decided to leave Arsenal this summer

Sky Sports has reported that Joe Montemurro will be stepping down from his role as the Arsenal women’s head coach at the end of the season after four years in charge. Joe has been successful in his time as Arsenal women’s head coach and led them to their first Women’s Super League title after seven years of missing out, in 2019 and also led them to four cup finals over the years.
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Australian coach Joe Montemurro confirms shock Arsenal exit

Joe Montemurro has decided to depart as Arsenal's Women's head coach at the end of the season following a near four-year stint in charge. The Australian left Melbourne City for the Gunners in late 2017 and went on to win both the Women's Super League and Women's League Cup during his time at the club.