How Manchester United women won the Championship

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Football Whispers  |  15th May 2019

 

Manchester United men’s team might have had an up-and-down season, but the women’s side have had a debut season to remember.

After being disbanded in 2005, the team were recently reformed, with former England star Casey Stoney appointed as manager.

True to the United way, they picked up silverware in their first season, winning the FA Women’s Championship – the second-tier of the English game – by a distance. Here’s how they did it.

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