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Women's World Cup: England boss Phil Neville says 'players and I having time of our lives'

BBC News Friday, 14 June 2019
Women's World Cup: England boss Phil Neville says 'players and I having time of our lives'The England players are "having the time of their lives" at the World Cup in France and "so am I", says manager Phil Neville.
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