The Big Match Preview – Manchester City vs Manchester United (WSL)

Manchester City host Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League for the first time. That by no means is saying the women’s rivalry has just been started, since the clubs have played eachother in 21 competitive games over a history that spans nearly 30 years, but more so reignited resultant of the Red Devils’ promotion from the FA Women’s Championship last season.

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Social media critics of women’s football coverage on @ManCity – A response.

Manchester City’s ‘one club’ strategy has been game changing in the exposure of women’s football. In recent days, the club announced the first game of the FA Women’s Super League season will be held at the Etihad Stadium, as opposed to the Academy Stadium, hopefully giving Nick Cushing’s side the chance to show the City faithful just how good they are and build on the appreciation of women’s football in England following the World Cup in France.

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City’s Lionesses: Get to know Nick Cushing’s Blues in France

It is certainly an exciting time to be part of women’s football. The game is more than on the rise and this 2019 edition of the World Cup is set to be the biggest and the best yet. Here is a preview on Manchester City’s Lionesses who will be looking to go all the way in France.

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Blue Moon Rising: Manchester City’s Academy Holds the Stars of Tomorrow

As Manchester City prepared for a fourth FA Youth Cup final in five years, there was an almost tangible excitement around the Academy Stadium, very simialr to the Youth Cup run in 2017 when the side contained now star names such as Jadon Sancho, Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz. When there is such excitement to see teenagers take to the pitch, you know there is special talent on display.

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