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The Chelsea stars of the Women's World Cup from Ji So-Yun to Fran Kirby

Football.london Friday, 7 June 2019
The Chelsea stars of the Women's World Cup from Ji So-Yun to Fran KirbyHere is everything you need to know about who is representing the Blues at the Women's World Cup in France this summer
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The Women’s World Cup starts on Friday. FIFA is desperately trying to prove that it takes women’s soccer seriously, faced with discrimination scandals and a huge pay gap compared to male superstars. Anna Bevan reports.

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