Laurens questions why Sir Jim Ratcliffe wasn't at the Women's FA Cup final (2:45)
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How women's FA Cup final went 'perfectly' for Manchester United (1:30)
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Utd's Williams post-cup win: We can lift WSL next

Rachel Williams has said Manchester United's Women's FA Cup triumph on Sunday does "mask over the issues" they've had in the league and added that she expects them to "change things" next season, suggesting her team could win the WSL.

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Spurs boss didn't expect FA Cup final in 1st year

Tottenham Hotspur boss Robert Vilahamn said he did not expect to reach Wembley in his first season leading the team with his side taking on Manchester United in the FA Cup Final on Sunday.

Why Chelsea's Champions League exit is a 'disappointment' for Emma Hayes (1:13)
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How Manchester United held off Chelsea to make second successive FA Cup final (2:11)
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Hayes' Chelsea stunned by Utd in FA Cup semi

Manchester United will meet Tottenham Hotspur in the Women's FA Cup final on May 12 after they beat Chelsea for the first time in their history and Spurs came back from a goal down to defeat Leicester City 2-1 in the semifinals on Sunday.

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New U.S. coach recites poem in response to critics

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes deflected questions and criticism over her comments towards Arsenal boss Jonas Eidevall after the Conti Cup last month, instead opting to recite a Robert Frost poem and detail an interaction with her son.

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Women's FA Cup draw: Chelsea face Man Utd

Reigning Women's FA Cup champions Chelsea will travel to Manchester United while Tottenham Hotspur will host Leicester City in the semi-finals after the draw was held on Tuesday.

Lawson: Spencer the hero as Spurs oust Manchester City (2:21)
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USWNT's Macario opens the scoring for Chelsea in the FA Cup (0:57)
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