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World Cup 2019: Nigeria on 'changing mentality' of women's football in Africa

BBC News Sunday, 16 June 2019
World Cup 2019: Nigeria on 'changing mentality' of women's football in AfricaNigeria players Francisca Ordega and Asisat Oshoala on their personal struggles, inspirations and responsibilities going into this summer's World Cup.
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