Arsenal’s Jonas Eidevall: ‘We could find many excuses to stop but we kept going’

Supervisor on falling in love with the membership, anger at postponements and why WSL title future won’t decide the season’s success

Jonas Eidevall is probably considered one of only a few managers who can say they took a step up by leaving a training position within the males’s recreation for one with a ladies’s membership. When the Swede was in command of the semi-professional males’s workforce Lunds BK, who he helped into the third tier, he was juggling the job with full-time work in a financial institution.

“It was good money but I had no life and I was also very limited in the time that I could spend preparing for the next training session or the next game,” the Arsenal Ladies supervisor says. It’s testomony to the energy and ambitions of the ladies’s workforce Malmö (now Rosengård) that he discovered a spot there to teach professionally, initially as an assistant earlier than two spells managing the membership.

Continue reading…Supervisor on falling in love with the membership, anger at postponements and why WSL title future won’t decide the season’s successJonas Eidevall is probably considered one of only a few managers who can say they took a step up by leaving a training position within the males’s recreation for one with a ladies’s membership. When the Swede was in command of the semi-professional males’s workforce Lunds BK, who he helped into the third tier, he was juggling the job with full-time work in a financial institution.“It was good money but I had no life and I was also very limited in the time that I could spend preparing for the next training session or the next game,” the Arsenal Ladies supervisor says. It’s testomony to the energy and ambitions of the ladies’s workforce Malmö (now Rosengård) that he discovered a spot there to teach professionally, initially as an assistant earlier than two spells managing the membership. Proceed studying…Soccer | The Guardian