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Shifnal Town manager Mark Corbett is relishing the chance to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Women's FA Cup Second Round Qualifying on Sunday.
The West Midlands League side make the short trip to play their illustrious neighbours and Corbett told Women's Soccer Scene: "I can't wait for Sunday now. It's a great test for my ladies. They are going into the game as underdogs and have nothing to lose.
"Every game I am with them they always make me proud. Win, lose or draw we are always learning and building as a team. All I am asking is for them to go and show everyone how far as a team we have come and to enjoy every minute of it."
Vice captain Demmie Bown added: "It's always an honour and privilege being vice captain to the best bunch of girls I've ever played with, but to be a part of this huge game for us is nerve racking and a huge challenge which we are all looking forward to playing and giving everything we have as usual."
"I am really looking forward to playing our FA Cup game against Wolves," said Megan Hazlehurst. "Having played for them previously, I know what we are up against and the level of football we need to match.
"I'd be lying if I said it would be an easy game for us, because it will be very dificult, but we have prepared the best we can for it and ready to give it our all."
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