The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women’s football across Europe.
This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Alejandro Diago and Emily Wilson.
First up and with news breaking that Lyon have parted ways with their manager Jean-Luc Vasseur, the panel discuss what his departure means and whether it was the right decision. With the arrival of Sonia Bompastor, becoming the first woman to coach the team, can she help Lyon finish the season successfully?
Next over to the Women’s Super League and Manchester United are hot on Arsenal’s heels as they desperately seek a Champions League spot. For Casey Stoney’s side it was a comfortable 4-1 victory over Spurs which saw Christen Press back at her best for United after some time out with an injury. Meanwhile Arsenal celebrated a sixth straight Women's Super League win over Brighton, with Jordan Nobbs getting both of Arsenal goals in what has been an impressive comeback season after she was sidelined with an injury.
In addition, with the news of the retirement of Fara Williams this week, the panel reflect on her impact in the game.
Then in the Frauen-Bundesliga with only two points between Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg it’s all to play for. Wolfsburg have managed to bounce back from their Champions League exit, and with Bayern Munich suffering defeat in the league recently, can Wolfsburg take advantage in their meeting next week?
And finally for this week's hot topic the panel discuss the upcoming second legs of the Champions League semi-final games as PSG and Barcelona go into the fixture with a 1-1 draw, and Bayern Muich have a 2-1 edge over Chelsea. In addition, with news of additional financial support for the competition and more Video Assistant Referee technology available, the panel discuss the recent changes and the work that still remains in the sport.