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Everton Forward Magill Aims for Positive End To The Season

Forward bids for strong performances against Manchester United and Chelsea.

Simone Magill says Everton are ready to bring forward the “frustration” of their last-gasp Arsenal loss as motivation to end the Women’s Super League campaign on a high.

The Toffees travel to face Manchester United on Sunday after their final game at Walton Hall Park for the campaign ended in defeat.

However, Magill believes there are plenty of positives to take from last weekend’s 2-1 result against Arsenal, with the squad ready to bounce back at Leigh Sports Village.

“It’s a process for us,” Magill told evertontv. “We want to be taking points off the top teams. I think if you look at our first result against Arsenal this season and how much we have improved since then.

“We nullified their superstar players, so-to-speak.

“In the second half, the performance the girls put in was phenomenal. We pulled a goal back and it does just go to show that we’re up there. We are a top team just like them.

“It was like a kick in the teeth to concede literally with the last kick of the game but we’ve got to look at the positives and use that going into this final league game on Sunday against Manchester United and take points off them.”

Following the conclusion of the WSL season, focus will then turn to the Vitality FA Cup where the Blues travel to face Chelsea in the fifth round.

The two sides met in last season’s last-eight stage of the competition with Willie Kirk’s side victorious in progressing to the final.

Magill acknowledged their opponents impressive form this season but was committed to giving the hosts a tough game.

“It’s familiar territory for us, having had them in last year’s FA Cup campaign,” Magill added.

“Obviously, we appreciate with the form they are on that it will be a tough task but it’s the beauty of the FA Cup.

“We’ve had that taste of getting to Wembley and getting to a final.

“We not only just want to get to finals, but we want to be winning and lifting the trophy at the end. I think getting to Wembley and having that little taste has motivated us even more so going into this campaign to be wanting to follow that up and get all the way.

“That starts next Thursday against Chelsea so all being well it’ll be a positive result for us.”

Sunday’s match against Manchester United gets under way at 2.30pm (BST) with the match available on the FA Player.

02:58 Thu 06 May 2021

Everton Forward Magill Aims for Positive End To The Season

Simone Magill says Everton are ready to bring forward the “frustration” of their last-gasp Arsenal loss as motivation to end the Women’s Super League campaign on a high.

The Toffees travel to face Manchester United on Sunday after their final game at Walton Hall Park for the campaign ended in defeat.

However, Magill believes there are plenty of positives to take from last weekend’s 2-1 result against Arsenal, with the squad ready to bounce back at Leigh Sports Village.

“It’s a process for us,” Magill told evertontv. “We want to be taking points off the top teams. I think if you look at our first result against Arsenal this season and how much we have improved since then.

“We nullified their superstar players, so-to-speak.

“In the second half, the performance the girls put in was phenomenal. We pulled a goal back and it does just go to show that we’re up there. We are a top team just like them.

“It was like a kick in the teeth to concede literally with the last kick of the game but we’ve got to look at the positives and use that going into this final league game on Sunday against Manchester United and take points off them.”

Following the conclusion of the WSL season, focus will then turn to the Vitality FA Cup where the Blues travel to face Chelsea in the fifth round.

The two sides met in last season’s last-eight stage of the competition with Willie Kirk’s side victorious in progressing to the final.

Magill acknowledged their opponents impressive form this season but was committed to giving the hosts a tough game.

“It’s familiar territory for us, having had them in last year’s FA Cup campaign,” Magill added.

“Obviously, we appreciate with the form they are on that it will be a tough task but it’s the beauty of the FA Cup.

“We’ve had that taste of getting to Wembley and getting to a final.

“We not only just want to get to finals, but we want to be winning and lifting the trophy at the end. I think getting to Wembley and having that little taste has motivated us even more so going into this campaign to be wanting to follow that up and get all the way.

“That starts next Thursday against Chelsea so all being well it’ll be a positive result for us.”

Sunday’s match against Manchester United gets under way at 2.30pm (BST) with the match available on the FA Player.