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    19 May 2023

    Swiss National Team Captain, Lia Walti, Could Return to Arsenal Despite Injury

    Switzerland Midfielder Lia Walti to Miss Rest of Arsenal Season

    In a recent announcement, Gunners boss Jonas Eidevall confirmed that Switzerland midfielder, Lia Walti will not be playing for the rest of Arsenal’s season due to an injury she sustained during their game against Everton. The injury was caused by a tackle from Aggie Beever-Jones which earned her a red card.

    Walti’s Injury Not Severe Enough to Affect World Cup Participation

    The good news is that despite being out for the remainder of the season, it has been reported that her injury is not too severe and should allow adequate time for recovery before the upcoming World Cup. Walti can still lead Switzerland in their first match against the Philippines on July 21st.

    A Devastated Opponent Apologizes Amid Growing Pains

    Beever-Jones who plays as midfielder on loan from Chelsea expressed deep regret over causing such harm and apologized profusely following Wednesday’s game. She acknowledged how much growing pains she experiences often get in her way but vowed to learn from them moving forward. “I’m really devastated right now,” said Beever-Jones after the game. “I’m still young and I’m learning as I go along.”

    Arsenal Must Finish Strong To Guarantee Champions League Football Next Season

    This comes as troubling news for third-placed Arsenal at this crucial point in their season with only two remaining Women’s Super League games left against Chelsea and Aston Villa respectively. They must finish strong if they want any chance at all of qualifying next year’s Champions League competition.

    Closing Thoughts:

     

    This latest setback could be seen as a significant blow to Arsenal, who is trying to secure their spot in the Champions League next season. However, they can take solace in the fact that Walti’s injury isn’t as severe it could have been and should be able to recover well ahead of the World Cup.

    Despite being devastated by her unfortunate mistake on Wednesday night, Aggie Beever-Jones must continue learning from her mistakes and growing as an athlete. With time and practice, she will soon become a formidable force on the pitch. In short – both players are set for bigger things moving forward.

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