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It’s less than a month until the Women’s World Cup—so where’s the excitement?

It’s an unprecedented year for England women’s football, and our national enthusiasm should show that

By Ruby Lott-Lavigna  

England Women's (from left to right) Ellen White, Steph Houghton, Jill Scott and goalkeeper Carly Telford celebrate victory after the FIFA Women's World Cup qualifying, group 1 match at Rodney Parade, Newport. Photo: PA

We are now less than a month from the Women’s World Cup, and the anticipation is palpable. Sweepstakes are raging through offices, and your colleagues can’t stop arguing over whether Norway or Brazil will be the surprise winner this year.

Except, that’s not quite what’s happening, is it? While last year’s men’s World Cup caused…

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