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We played very well - Vic
 Women's Football News 3 May 2006
We played very well - Vic - 3 May 2006 - Women's Football NewsVic Akers was delighted after Arsenal's stunning F.A.Women's Cup Final display in which they beat Leeds Utd 5-0 at The Den.
"We played very well early on and created a lot of chances," said Vic. "We kept creating chances in the second half and just our finishing let us down at times.We said at half time that we must continue the way we were and we tended to pen them back in their own box.
"The first goal was the key as it settled the team down and it speaks volumes for the way we played the game. To win the Cup seven times is great but we want to keep going and win more in the future."
Vic was full of praise for Player of the Match, and England new girl, Lianne Sanderson. "I've been arguing for a few months now that Lianne should earn an England senior call up and she fully deserves it," he said. "I look forward to watching her play for England for many years to come."
Photo - James Prickett.

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