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'I'm taking up coaching - and I'll lead England to victory at next Women’s World Cup'

BBC News Friday, 5 July 2019
England grabbed the attention of a nation by reaching the Women's World Cup semi-final but how has their run in France inspired you?
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News video: Women's World Cup: Fans in Lyon react after England's semi-final heartbreak

Women's World Cup: Fans in Lyon react after England's semi-final heartbreak 01:01

Fans from USA and England react after a thrilling game saw the Lionesses crash out of the Women's World Cup in the semi-final. Steph Houghton's late penalty miss proved crucial as England fell to a 2-1 defeat to miss out on a trip to the final.

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