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Women’s World Cup: Ex-England captain Faye White talks smaller goals, VAR and the USA celebrations against Thailand

talkSPORT Sunday, 23 June 2019
Former England captain Faye White has spoken out about some of the contentious issues which have emerged from the Women’s World Cup. The tournament in France has provoked widespread debate around several topics, including VAR, the size of the goals in women’s football and, bizarrely, whether you should celebrate at 13-0. White, the Arsenal Ladies […]
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