Women’s Football Show: Five things to look out for
November’s episode of our Women’s Football Show is now available to watch on ManUtd.com and in the United App!
The monthly feature, new for this season, rounds up all of the latest news surrounding our women’s team and contains fresh insight, opinions and more.
The latest edition is now out and comes to you from Old Trafford, as we preview the Reds’ WSL game against Aston Villa at the Theatre of Dreams on Saturday 3 December.
Tickets for that fixture are available here and our latest WFS episode is the perfect way to get set for the big game.
With that in mind, here’s five things for you to look out for in the show…
Women's Football Show: Bring on Old Trafford
Women's Football Show | November's drop features Polly Bancroft, Maya Le Tissier, quickfire questions + top Reds...
OLD TRAFFORD PREVIEWS
As mentioned above, this month’s episode is presented from our M16 home in the countdown to the game against Aston Villa in just over a week. Presenter Zarah Connolly is joined by former Red Siobhan Chamberlain and four members of the brilliant Manchester United Women Supporters’ Club. As well as looking ahead to the upcoming game, the fans discuss Polly Bancroft’s arrival as our new head of women’s football – with an extract from her first interview also featuring - plus the Old Trafford atmosphere and more.
THE SCOOP ON VILLA
Chamberlain also gives us an insight into what we can expect from the Villans during next month’s fixture. Carla Ward’s side have made a strong start to the campaign and currently sit fifth in the WSL after their first seven matches. The sides have already met in the Conti Cup this season, drawing 1-1 before the Midlanders took the extra point on penalties, so it won’t be an unfamiliar test by any means. United fan Deb Henry draws back to the recent well-contested meetings between the sides, ahead of our next duel.
This month’s episode includes an extended interview with Maya Le Tissier, following her recent exploits on the senior international stage. The defender, who has impressed in her opening months as a United player, following a summer move from Brighton, talks through making her England debut earlier this month against Norway, her close family connection and United’s win at Arsenal on Saturday.
THOSE ARSENAL HIGHLIGHTS
Speaking of that victory, the show presents another opportunity for you to watch the best bits from that memorable evening in north London during our monthly highlights round-up. All three of our goals – and those epic stoppage-time celebrations in front of the travelling fans – feature in all their glory, as does a rerun of that brilliant post-match interview between Ella Toone and Millie Turner. Enjoy!
The episode is also another chance for you to get to know the Reds off the field too. This time, it’s Rachel Williams and Grace Clinton, along with Maria Thorsidottir and Leah Galton who are put under the spotlight with our quickfire questions. Find out why Williams thinks Clinton could become a millionaire, how Galton and Thorisdottir remember their team-mates’ birthdays and more.