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Jenna Schillaci: Former Tottenham Captain Looks Forward To Historic FA Cup Final Against United

Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji

Ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup final between Tottenham and Manchester United, the former captain of the London side is already looking forward to the historic clash which will see a new champion crowned at Wembley.

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Former Sours captain, Jenna Schillaci reflected on the tremendous growth witnessed by Tottenham women within a short period of time which has now snowballed into their first-ever appearance in the FA Cup final.

“Yeah, it would mean everything. Obviously the club from grassroots to semi-professional and now in the Women’s Super League (WSL) as professionals,” Schillaci told Sky Sports.

“I think the club invested a lot of money to get the team there.

“To be in the Women’s FA Cup final in front of a sold-out Wembley crowd. I mean is crazy given the short time of being professional for five seasons. It’s an amazing turnaround and a historic day for the club.”

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Schillaci thinks the experienced players in Tottenham's fold can lead the team to the title irrespective of the sold out crowd at Wembley.

She said: "I think it will really help. You can't really prepare yourself the minute you step out of a sold-out Wembley. They have got that experience and heartbreak and I believe they won't want to feel that heartbreak in the game.

"When you look at Tottenham team, they also got experience in their team like Bethany England who has won the Euros and played at Wembley numerous times. Becky and Drew Spence as well." She concluded.

Meanwhile...

Tottenham edged Leicester City FC Women 2-1 after extra time in the semi-final to make it to their first FA Cup final in Wembley.

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Manchester United on the other saw off last season's winner, Chelsea FC 2-1 in the semi-final.

This will be the first time that both teams will be making it to the final of the English Women's FA Cup which means that a new winner will be crowned at Wembley Stadium, London on Sunday.

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