Last year, Manchester City swept the board of domestic honours, only to have all three trophies ripped from their grasp this time around.
INTERVIEW: ‘Switched on’ Cushing can help Man City Women win a trophy this season, says striker Ross
Manchester City have no time to be glum – they’re a team in a hurry with trophies on their mind, says striker Jane Ross.
‘Tie of the round’ says Smith as Man City draw potential Women’s FA Cup last four clash with Chelsea
Women’s football fans across the country are in for a treat if Chelsea and Manchester City end up going head-to-head in the semi-finals of the SSE Women’s FA Cup, according to England legend Sue Smith.
SSE Women’s FA Cup: England keeper Earps praises Man City’s ‘incredible’ Bardsley at second round draw
Goalkeeper Karen Bardsley has been a presence between the England sticks for 12 years.
Manchester City starlet Georgia Stanway is already racking up winners’ medals, and, at just 18 years of age, has set her sights on reaching the very top.
Manchester City have enjoyed considerable domestic success in the past couple of years, but captain Steph Houghton insists her players are desperate to claim the prize that has so far eluded them – the SSE Women’s FA Cup.
Four-time Women’s FA Cup winner Casey Stoney admits she will be looking on enviously when Manchester City and Birmingham City do battle for the historic trophy at Wembley.
Jennifer Beattie insists Manchester City cannot afford to look beyond semi-final opponents Liverpool in their bid for SSE Women’s FA Cup glory, despite being just one game from a first trip to Wembley.
SSE Women’s FA Cup: Champions League fatigue could hinder Man City in sixth round, says ex-Bristol keeper
England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain believes Manchester City face an almighty battle if they want to down her former side Bristol City in the SSE Women’s FA Cup sixth round on Sunday.
‘I was in ASDA when I found out’: Brighouse Town’s Jodie Redgrave on SSE Women’s FA Cup player of round award
Jodie Redgrave’s four SSE Women’s FA Cup goals might sound like a unique haul for most players – but not for the Brighouse Town forward.
Aston Villa captain Beth Merrick has her eyes on the SSE Women’s FA Cup final after her side were drawn against Cambridge United in the third round.