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Loughborough Students are preparing for one of the biggest matches in their history this week when they take on Barnet in the Third Round of the F.A.Women's Cup sponsored by E.ON.
The high flying Midland Combination side will line up against last season's semi finalists and manager Scott Telfer is relishing the challenge. "I am looking forward to the game," he says, "the main reason being that all the players I have here at Loughborough are all capable of playing at a higher level - if not the Premier League, maybe even the Super League.
"This will be a test for the girls, of whom I would not be too surprised if there is an upset. We are fit, strong and the main aspect is that all the girls buy into my philosophy of how I want them to play. They play with freedom and confidence above their years, a never say die attitude.
"From my point of view, this will be a test against a Premier League outfit and whether I can get my tactics and formation right. Then, that will show myself personally that I can compete as a coach at a higher level, which I strive to achieve, and want to be a part of some day.
"Saying that, I would not swap these girls for anyone. I have been at the club for the last five years and enjoy every moment, the club is a part of my extended family."
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