Tag: Women’s World Cup

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Confident England Women’s display undone by last-gasp own goal

Despite the stunning lack of originality displayed in the name, England’s Women have been living up to their billing as the country’s Lionesses. Whilst the slumbering males rest on their haunches our ladies are out on the hunt, becoming only the third English national football team of any gender to ever reach a World Cup…

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The state of women’s football

Women’s football has not always had the ‘inferior’ reputation that it has today. In fact, women’s football had quite a following around the First World War, sometimes drawing in larger crowds then their male counterparts. Nettie Honeyball, the founder of the British Ladies’ Football Club, stated her intention to disprove the false accusation that women…

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