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Former England stars say Women's World Cup win is possible with a bit of luck

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Former England stars say Women's World Cup win is possible with a bit of luck

Former England stars say Women's World Cup win is possible with a bit of luck

Former England internationals Kelly Smith and Rachel Yankey say that with a bit of luck England can go on to win the 2019 World Cup in France.

The pair were speaking at a FIFA Women’s World Cup trophy tour event in Brighton.

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