Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action
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Manchester City keep pressure on Arsenal in the WSL, while Manchester United lose for the first time in the Championship

This has been a pivotal period for Manchester City. After showing that Arsenal can be beaten last week, they backed it up by grabbing a tight win over a stingy Birmingham side. Arsenal have company at the top of the table, although they do have a game in hand. Still, this was an important victory for City, who had to work hard against Marc Skinner’s side. Birmingham are an...


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