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As swansongs go it was sweet indeed for the departing Arsenal manager Shelley Kerr, who a week after giving notice of her resignation with her team at the foot of the Women’s Super League saw her last game in charge marked by a fine performance that brought the Gunners the FA Women’s Cup for the 13th time.

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Arsenal Ladies gave coach Shelley Kerr a triumphant send-off by beating Everton 2-0 in the Women's FA Cup final at stadium:mk.

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FA Cup final 2014: Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski to wear special boots in FA Cup tribute to Michael Schumacher

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