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Nikou says joint Australia-NZ Women's World Cup bid 'makes sense'

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Both countries had been preparing individual bids for the tournament, but with FIFA announcing in August that the 2023 Women's World Cup would expand from 24 to 34 teams speculation of a joint bid has increased. 
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