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Sylvain

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A busy summer for the Arsenal players
« on: May 02, 2010, 01:35:48 PM »
With a very long summer break coming due to the Superleague start in March 2011, a good 10 month away from now. The players won't be putting their feets up in the coming month :

Malta - England 20 may
White, Yankey selected for England

UEFA U19 Euros 24 May- 05 June
Thomson and Beattie could be selected for Scotland
Spencer Flaherty Coombs Prosser and Bruton could be selected for England

Spain England 19th June
White, Yankey and Yorston could be selected
Bulgaria Scotland 19th June
Little Fleeting and Beattie could be selected

Scotland Danemark 24th June
Little Fleeting Ross  and Beattie could be selected

07th July U23 Vs ?
Gemma Davison is eligible but will playing for Buffalo in W-league

09th July U23 Vs Sweden
Gemma Davison is eligible but will playing for Buffalo in W-league
12th July U23 vs ?
Gemma Davison is eligible but will playing for Buffalo in W-league

FIFA U20 World Cup 13th July - 01 August
Spencer Flaherty Coombs Prosser and Bruton could be selected for England

England Turkey 29th July
White, Yankey and Yorston could be selected

Austria England 21st August
White, Yankey and Yorston could be selected
Scotland Greece 21st August
Little Fleeting Ross and Beattie could be selected
Republic of Ireland Russia 21st August
Byrne Tracy Fahey and Grant
Wales Azerbaidjan 21st August
Lander could be called up


Denmark Scotland  25st August
Little Fleeting Ross and Beattie could be selected
Republic of Ireland Israel 25st August
Byrne Tracy Fahey and Grant could be selected
Sweden Wales  25st August
Lander could be selected

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Re: A busy summer for the Arsenal players
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2010, 06:59:54 PM »
my flirtation with the Ladies game will end at the culmination of the current season......it's been a blast, only seen Arsenal lose 2 games - both to the sticky toffees.....
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Re: A busy summer for the Arsenal players
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2010, 07:02:34 PM »
At least that gives you time to support Burnley Football Club in the Championship
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Re: A busy summer for the Arsenal players
« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2010, 07:06:30 PM »
at least Burnley will win a few more games down there - Arsenal are gutted they are down, thats 4 points they are not guaranteed to get next season.......

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Re: A busy summer for the Arsenal players
« Reply #4 on: May 06, 2010, 08:16:07 PM »
I think Arsenal's record is pretty good against teams just promoted to the Premier League.
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Re: A busy summer for the Arsenal players
« Reply #5 on: May 06, 2010, 09:23:24 PM »
wonder how the games will get scheduled in super league if there are so many and continue to be so many international dates

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U19 Euro in Macedonia
« Reply #6 on: May 13, 2010, 07:35:38 PM »
7 players have been called up for the tournament starting Monday the 24th
Spencer, Flaherty, Prosser, Coombs, Bruton, Beattie and Thomson.
Most of them are likely to be involved in the England-Scotland game on that day.

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Re: A busy summer for the Arsenal players
« Reply #7 on: May 24, 2010, 04:05:16 PM »
Beattie and Thomson started for Scotland as well as Spencer, Flaherty and Prosser for England. Coombs and Bruton came as a sub during the game.
Coombs and Beattie scored today with England winning 3-1.

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Arsenal Ladies on international duty
« Reply #8 on: June 28, 2010, 02:22:10 PM »
Despite the season being over a number of the Arsenal Ladies players have been busy this month representing their countries.

Faye White and Rachel Yankey both played in England's World Cup Qualifier against Spain on June 19th.

Faye White helped England secure a 2-2 draw with a late 88th Minute equalizer which means they now need just one win from their two remaining games to become group winners and secure a play-off spot. Next up for the English is Turkey on 29th July in Walsall.

On Thursday 24th June Scotland where in action against Denmark and lost narrowly 1-0. Jennifer Beattie, Kim Little and Julie Fleeting all played in the close encounter, and will face them again on 25th August in what could potentially be a group deciding match.

The England Under-20s squad has also just been picked and four Arsenal players have booked their place on the plane to Germany for the U20's World Cup from 13th July - 1st August. Rebecca Spencer, Abbie Prosser, Danielle Carter and Gilly Flaherty will all be involved and will meet up and travel to Germany on 5th July.

http://www.arsenal.com/news/ladies-news/arsenal-ladies-on-international-duty