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Man City Women's striker Toni Duggan apologises for Louis van Gaal photo

ESPN FC's Craig Burley sounds off on the Manchester City players who wore gloves during the Manchester derby, and believes Manuel Pellegrini's side need to toughen up in order to continue their push for the top four.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol thought Manchester City would claim derby day honours after scoring early against Manchester United, but was disappointed with the play from Yaya Toure and Vincent Kompany.

Manchester City and England women's striker Toni Duggan has apologised for posing for a photograph with Louis van Gaal in the wake of City's derby defeat on Sunday.

Duggan, 23, posted the photo of herself and two teammates with the Manchester United boss at a restaurant on her Instagram account just hours after United's 4-2 win at Old Trafford.

Duggan, who joined City from Everton in 2013 and has also made 16 appearances for England, was subjected to abuse on social media after her post, which...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Newcastle WFC keeper Laura Wareham played on despite broken neck fear

A Newcastle United Women's Football Club goalkeeper played on despite fears she had suffered a suspected broken neck in a collision with a teammate.

Laura Wareham, 21, suffered the injury after only 15 minutes against Bradford City on Sunday after she and defender Kate Brooks combined to stop a Bradford forward scoring.

She continued to play but then collapsed twice and was rushed to hospital.

Wareham told the Newcastle Chronicle: "They took me off -- which I was quite angry about as I wanted to...

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Chelsea lose IWCC final

Chelsea slipped to a 4-2 defeat against INAC Kobe Lionessa of Japan in the final of the International Women's Club Championship (IWCC) in Tokyo despite the best efforts of England international Rachel Williams to force a fightback.

Williams scored one and was involved in the Blues' second from Hannah Blundell as the English side tried to rally from 3-0 down and take the game into extra-time.

However, the game was then put beyond them as Emi Nakajima added a fourth for Kobe.