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Soccer - Australia coach Milicic shrugs off World Cup preparation worries

SBS Friday, 10 May 2019
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia women's coach Ante Milicic has shrugged off concerns about his players' limited preparations ahead of the soccer World Cup as a number of Matildas struggle for game-time in the United States top flight.
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