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We talk to...Charley Evans (Huddersfield Town)
 Women's Football WNL North News - 30 Nov 2019
WNL North News - We talk to...Charley Evans (Huddersfield Town) - 30 Nov 2019 - Women's Football NewsHuddersfield Town are starting to find their best form again in the Northern Premier Division and their 6-0 victory over Middlesbrough keeps them in touch with the title contenders, currently sitting in fifth place, as well as taking their goalscoring run to twenty in the last four matches.
We talked to Huddersfield defender Charley Evans, who described the Middlesbrough result as a ‘fantastic team performance' and also looked ahead to this Sunday's Women's FA Cup tie against Stoke City, with memories of last season's run to the Fifth Round still in mind:
WSS: That was a good win for you on Sunday against a team which had been in good form, was that one of your best performances of the season so far?
CE: Yes definitely, it was a fantastic team performance from everyone involved.
WSS: It also means that you have now scored 13 goals in your last two games and with six different goalscorers against Middlesbrough, the team must be full of confidence when going forward right now?
CE: The team back each other so much and just shows the ability within the team to get so many different players on the scoreboard.
WSS: Do you feel that the team is starting to hit its best form again after an awkward patch last month?
CE: Yes, everyone is definitely more positive going forward as we can only reflect on previous games and learn from them.
WSS: Did you see the Middlesbrough match as a particularly important one, with a chance to make up ground as only Burnley, of the top five, were also playing?
CE: Every game is an important one for us, every game is a chance to get points on the board. I think it was more of an important one based on not having played the past few weeks.
WSS: This week you take a break from the league to play Stoke City in the Women's FA Cup in what is arguably the tie of the round, how much are you looking forward to this game?
CE: We know what Stoke are capable of and no doubt it'll be a physical game. But we're looking forward to hopefully following last season's FA cup run.
WSS: After you did so well in the FA Cup last season, is the team hungry for another good run and hoping to play the likes of West Ham again?
CE: Yes! it was a brilliant experience for us and a fantastic run which we wish to repeat this time around.
WSS: So how do you feel the season has gone so far overall?
CE: I think we've had some disappointing results but again we learn from them and hopefully build on the last two games.
WSS: Sunderland have opened up a lead in the league at the moment, but do you see the title race being a close one in your division this season?
CE: Anything can happen, I'd like to think we'll be up there with Sunderland come the end of the season. But we need to take each week as it comes - then, who knows!
Our thanks to Charley!

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