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Offline David

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Amy Kane
« on: December 14, 2006, 10:24:01 AM »
Everton midfielder Amy Kane

Amy is another player who has a myspace that she has kindly said that we can link to:-

www.myspace.com/113318517

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Re: Amy Kane
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2008, 09:51:52 PM »
Kane is able
by Tony Leighton
Friday, 11 April 2008.

Arsenal v Everton
The FA Tesco Women's Premier League
Sunday 13 April 2008
Boreham Wood FC

After hitting the goal that gave Everton a famous victory over Arsenal in the FA Tesco Women’s Premier League Cup Final in February, Amy Kane is looking forward to visiting the Gunners for an absolutely vital League game on Sunday.

Kane warmed up for the big match with the opening goal as the Toffees trounced Leeds United 4-0 on Wednesday evening, the victory putting them second in the table, 11 points behind leaders Arsenal with two games in hand.

Everton are the only team capable of catching the Gunners, but if they are to retain any real hope of doing so then they must win on Sunday – if they lose then the reigning champions will need only five points from their last four games to retain the title.

"We want to keep our challenge alive and after beating Arsenal in the League Cup Final, we’ll be going down there feeling confident that we can do it again – especially after the way we beat Leeds in midweek," said the midfielder.

"We played really well and it was our eighth successive League win since we lost to Arsenal at our place. That was a very close game that could have gone either way, but set pieces cost us and we came out of it with nothing.

"We made up for it in the League Cup Final, though. That was the biggest game I’d ever played in and it was a dream come true to be involved, let alone to score the winning goal – it was a fantastic night for our club and we want more of the same.

"We always thought we could match Arsenal and on that occasion we proved it.

"But if we want to achieve our ambitions we’ve got to go on proving it, and to do that we have to show that our Cup Final win against them wasn’t a one-off.

"Arsenal are a great team but we’re closing the gap on them, I’m certain of that. Hopefully we can show that on Sunday and keep progressing ourselves towards being a team who can not only challenge for major honours but win them on a regular basis."

http://www.thefa.com/Womens/PremierLeague/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/FAWPL_EvertonArsenal.htm

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Re: Amy Kane
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2008, 12:22:05 PM »
Amy's interview with Tony Leighton prior to Sunday's League Cup clash - FA website seem keen on the Kane and Able tag, they used it last season too.

Kane: Everton are able
by Tony Leighton. Friday, 03 October 2008.

Arsenal v Everton
 
FA Tesco Women's Premier League Cup - 2nd Round
2pm, Sunday 5 October 2008
Meadow Park, Borehamwood FC

Arsenal will be aiming to avenge last season’s FA Tesco Women’s Premier League Cup Final defeat by Everton when the teams meet in Round Two of the competition at Boreham Wood on Sunday afternoon.

But the Toffees, having proved that their surprise 1-0 win against the Cup favourites was no fluke by subsequently ending the Gunners’ 100 per cent Premier League record with a goalless away draw, are equally as determined to repeat their Cup KO blow.

And despite having lost 1-0 to Arsenal when the fierce rivals met in August’s Community Shield match, Everton midfielder Amy Kane – who hit the winner in February’s Premier League Cup Final – reckons they can stun the Gunners again.

Kane says: "We showed last season we are closing the gap on Arsenal and we feel we can beat them again. We took great confidence from the League Cup Final victory and we’ll be aiming for a performance to match the one we gave that night.

"We’d worked very hard in the build-up to The Final and on the night we stuck to our game plan, which was absolute key to getting the result. We did it again when we went to their place in the League and might have won that game as well.

"It was obviously disappointing to lose against them in The Community Shield, but since then we’ve won every single one of our competitive games and so apart from Arsenal we’re the only National Division team with a 100 per cent record.

"We’ve done that without playing particularly well, but they say the mark of a good team is winning games when you’re not at your best and that’s what we’ve been doing in most of our matches so far.

"Having said that, we know that nothing short of our best will do against Arsenal and that will really focus us on Sunday. Winning the Premier League Cup last season gave the club its first major trophy for 10 years – now we want more!"

http://www.thefa.com/Womens/PremierLeagueCup/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2008/10/FAWPLC_ArsenalEverton.htm


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Re: Amy Kane
« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2009, 08:36:37 PM »
Widely reported all over this site but not here, Amy has moved on from Everton to Blackburn Rovers.
« Last Edit: March 09, 2009, 08:42:12 PM by redrobin »

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Re: Amy Kane
« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2009, 11:22:56 PM »
Widely reported all over this site but not here, Amy has moved on from Everton to Blackburn Rovers.

Amazing how we can miss the obvious place to post something  ::)
The pic is Tytti Porkka of Finland - I actually took it myself, but have lost all my pics and have no more :(