It promises to be the end of an era on Sunday as Nick Cushing takes charge of Manchester City's women's team for the final time.

The 35-year-old will complete a trophy-laden six years with the Club with a crunch FA Women's Super League clash against Arsenal, before departing for a new adventure as Assistant Manager of New York City FC.

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Having guided his side to three Continental Cups, two FA Cups, a league title and consecutive Champions League semi-finals, Cushing has enjoyed an incredibly successful spell at the helm, but is ready for a new challenge within the City Football Group.

Reflecting on his remarkable tenure at the Club Nick talks through his career with Manchester City Women with the aid of photographs that tell the tale of his hugely successful time at the club

Hear the full interview in the video above...