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WSL: Kerr hat trick; Man City keep pace at top

Manchester City kept their WSL title hopes alive with a 3-0 win at Tottenham, while Sam Kerr hit a hat trick in Chelsea's big win on Sunday.

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Arsenal Women's legend to leave role as coach

Arsenal manager Joe Montemurro will step down from his role at the end of the season, the Women's Super League club announced on Wednesday.

Kerr loves her telepathic connection with 'underrated' Kirby (0:52)
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Arsenal's UWCL hopes receive boost with win

Arsenal took another step towards Champions League qualification on Saturday as they beat Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 in the north London derby.

Should Sam Kerr have topped ESPN FC Women's Rank? (1:10)
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McNamee: Not a surprise to see Pernille Harder in the top 5 (0:57)
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Foudy optimistic for NWSL's future, despite WSL's rise (1:25)
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Mewis 'honoured' to be the first winner of ESPN FC's Womens's Rank (1:33)
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Why has Ellen White been ranked so low? (0:58)
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Hayes is more than just a coach for Chelsea (1:55)
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Hayes is more than just a coach for Chelsea (1:55)
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FA Women's Super League's landmark TV deal

The English Women's Super League has struck multi-million pound three-year UK TV deal to show live matches on Sky and BBC from the 2021-22 season.

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Kane, Chelsea lead London awards shortlist

Harry Kane leads the nominations for Player of the Year but Chelsea and West Ham dominate shortlists at the 2021 London Football Awards.

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Man Utd Women to play first game at Old Trafford

Manchester United Women will play at Old Trafford for the first time when they host West Ham United in the Women's Super League (WSL) next week.

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Man Utd boss Stoney: WSL is 'very white'

Manchester United boss Casey Stoney has said the WSL is "very white" and needs more Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) role models.