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Scott: Patience is key to Champions League dream

THROUGH THE NET: A dramatic photo of our energetic midfielder

Manchester City Women’s midfielder Jill Scott has called on her teammates to use all of their experience to guide the club to the Champions League semi-finals.

Manchester City's Jill Scott previews the Champions League quarter-final between City and Fortuna Hjorring.


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Bardsley hails Carli Lloyd's impact

HAT-TRICK: Karen Bardsley spots the camera

Karen Bardsley says the arrival of Carli Lloyd has lifted the Manchester City Women squad.

Karen Bardsley addresses the media ahead of Thursday's Champions League game against Fortuna Hjorring


Cushing pleased with squad ahead of Hjorring test

GREAT SHAPE: Cushing is pleased with his squad ahead of Thursday's game with Fortuna Hjorring

Manchester City Women boss Nick Cushing says his squad are in the best shape they’ve ever been in as they prepare for arguably the biggest match in their history.

Nick Cushing speaks ahead of his side's Champions League clash with Fortuna Hjorring on Thursday.


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Houghton: We always play to win

SKIPPER: Steph Houghton says City never have any intention of playing for a draw

Steph Houghton says Man City Women will not settle for anything less than a victory in Thursday night's Champions League clash.

The Blues travel to Fortuna Hjorring in the first leg of the quarter-finals, having already defeated Zvezda Perm and Brondby.


Ross: Champions League nights are special

TOP SCORER: Jane Ross bagged 13 goals in her debut season with Man City Women

Jane Ross Is eyeing an away goal in Denmark to hand Man City Women a strong advantage in the Champions League.

The Blues travel to Fortuna Hjorring on Thursday night in the first leg of the quarter-final, with a semi-final spot against either Wolfsburg or Lyon up for grabs.


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Bronze on FA Cup mission

BATTLING BRONZE: Lucy and Anna Green challenge for possession.

Lucy Bronze is determined to put the heartbreak of last season’s SSE Women’s FA Cup semi-final defeat behind her and has her eyes set on a place in the final this year.

The 25-year old scored late on against Reading Women to seal a place in the last eight of the competition and says the team is hungrier than ever to reach the spectacle at Wembley Stadium.

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