Joe Montemurro: Former Arsenal boss appointed as new Juventus Women head coach

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<p>Joe Montemurro spent four years as Arsenal Women’s head coach</p> (Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Joe Montemurro spent four years as Arsenal Women’s head coach

(Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Former Arsenal boss Joe Montemurro is the new head coach of Juventus Women.

Montemurro left Arsenal at the end of the season and has now taken up an offer to manage in Italy.

The Australian will start work with Juventus on July 1 and arrives with nearly two decades worth of coaching experience.

Montemurro started his career coaching in his native Australia, but joined the Gunners in 2017.

The 51-year-old enjoyed success with Arsenal, helping them win the Women’s Super League, the League Cup and finish runners-up in the FA Cup.

Montemurro guided Arsenal to qualification for the Women’s Champions League this season, but decided it was time to leave.

“I can sit here and safely say that I will be forever part of the Arsenal family and I was one of the lucky ones that got to work here and give my all and meet some amazing people,” he said.

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