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Three City players in PFA WSL Team of the Year '19

Three City players have made the PFA Women's Super League Team of the Year 2019.

Steph Houghton, Demi Stokes and Nikita Parris were all voted into the prestigious PFA XI by their fellow professionals to complete a proud week for the Club.

On Thursday, it was announced City also had six players in the men's PFA Team of the Year 2019.

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The full XI is: Sophie Baggaley (Bristol City), Hannah Blundell (Chelsea), Aoife Mannion (Birmingham City), Steph Houghton (Manchester City), Demi Stokes (Manchester Cit), Ji So-Yun (Chelsea), Kim Little (Arsenal), Lia Wälti (Arsenal),  Erin Cuthbert (Chelsea), Nikita Parris (Manchester City), Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal).

Congratulations to all who made the team!

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Cushing ecstatic and proud of Wembley-bound City

THUMBS UP: Nick Cushing's Manchester City side are going to Wembley!

Nick Cushing spoke of his happiness at reaching another FA Cup final with Manchester City, after a late own goal helped his side beat Chelsea at the Academy Stadium.

Nick Cushing speaks after Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final win over Chelsea...

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Leyla Priest leads City out in FA Cup semi-final

LEADING LADY: 11-year-old Leyla Priest, pictured here with Steph Houghton, led the teams out for our FA Cup semi-final match.

11-year-old Leyla Priest was the official mascot for today’s Women’s FA Cup semi-final game against Chelsea after complaining the boys in her local football team would not pass to her.

11-year-old Leyla Priest leads City out in FA Cup...

Women's Match Report

Late winner sees City through to FA Cup final

BATTLE: It was a tough game at the Academy Stadium

A stoppage time own goal from Magdalena Eriksson broke the deadlock as Manchester City made it to the FA Cup final thanks to a 1-0 win over Chelsea.

Match report from the Academy Stadium as City move through to the FA Cup final...