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Could 16-year-old bolter make it all the way to the Women's World Cup?

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 22 March 2019
Could a 16-year-old prodigy force her way into the Women's World Cup squad after being called up for the Matildas for friendly against the USA in April?
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News video: South And North Korea Seek To Host Women's World Cup

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According to CNN, enthusiasm, and interest is beginning to stir surrounding the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup. South Korea and North Korea have expressed a common interest in jointly bidding to host the event, as well as nine other countries that have also indicated their interest in hosting the...

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