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Who is Jonas Eidevall?

Jonas Eidevall is a Swedish professional football coach.

He was born on January 28, 1983, in Boras, Sweden.

Eidevall began his coaching career as an assistant coach for Division 2, which is the fourth league in Swedish football, for the team Lundus BK in Skane.

At the age of 26, he became the head coach for Lundus BK and after the club won first place in the league in 2009, they were promoted to the third league.

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In 2012 he started as assistant manager for FC Rosengard's women's team.

A year later he was appointed head coach for the club and led them to two back-to-back first places in 2013 and 2014.

He took a turn again in 2016 and joined Helsingsborgs IF as assistant manager for one year.

After, he returned to Rosengard in 2017 and then led the club to win the Svenska Cupen Damer in 2018 and another league title in 2019.

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What team does Jonas Eidevall manage?

Eidevall is the head coach for the women's Arsenal team since June 2021.

On March 5, 2023, Arsenal won the Women's League Cup final against Chelsea.

It was the first trophy win since 2019 for the club.

He said on the Arsenal website: "Among the challenges, it’s sometimes easy to forget what we’ve managed to achieve this year.

"Winning the Conti Cup – my first trophy here at Arsenal – was an exceptionally proud moment.

"We really showed our quality that day: to outplay and outscore a very good Chelsea side when it mattered, in a cup final.

"Besides, it’s always nice to be rewarded with a trophy!

"We’ll go into next season with hard-fought experience, having gone through one of our toughest-ever periods.

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"In the face of real hardship, we’ve built such a strong foundation together and I truly believe success will follow.

"I cannot wait to see what we create in the future."

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