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#953383 - 1st Jul 2015 11:42pm Womens World Cup
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http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/england-womens-world-cup-jodie-9562488

Went to school with her. Not seen her for years and she starts for England tonight. Girl done good. Good luck!

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#953385 - 1st Jul 2015 11:50pm Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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Good luck to them ....
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#953417 - 2nd Jul 2015 9:52am Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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Well done Jodie and your team.
good luck to you all xx

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#953418 - 2nd Jul 2015 9:57am Re: Womens World Cup [Re: snowhite]
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They got knocked out by an own goal but still a better result than the mens team have got in a long while
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#953422 - 2nd Jul 2015 10:03am Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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They can be very proud of themselves. Well done ladies.

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#953431 - 2nd Jul 2015 10:44am Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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Poor girl who made the own goal. She must be gutted and feeling it was the worst day of her life right now ,with the eyes of the country on her and probably press everywhere.

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#953432 - 2nd Jul 2015 10:48am Re: Womens World Cup [Re: venice]
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At least she's not on her own with that feel for her but same can happen to any of the best players but they can be proud of themselves
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#953506 - 2nd Jul 2015 6:20pm Re: Womens World Cup [Re: Dilly]
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They can be very proud of themselves. Well done ladies.
Exactly my thoughts Dilly.

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#953526 - 2nd Jul 2015 8:00pm Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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Very proud of Our Lionesses, they did our country proud.

My nearly 95 year old grandad remarked 'much less spitting and foul language, than the fellas. (They)Play better too'.

Well done Lionesses. Some of you will be household names now- deserved too. An inspiration for young female players. thumbsup
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#953904 - 5th Jul 2015 12:50pm Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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Well Done to England ,They beat Germany last night 1 -0.

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#953910 - 5th Jul 2015 1:58pm Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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Germany started the game very well but the English defence seemed to beat their game plans and to some extent Germany fell apart. In my mind Bardsley the goal keeper won the game for England, I haven't watched the earlier games where she has been criticised. Full marks to Fara Williams, going for a bottom corner shot while bluffing under that pressure takes nerves of steel.

Referee didn't have an easy job, the boundaries between tackles and fouls seem very vague. Personally I'd prefer both the men's and women's game to be more about football skills and less of a wrestling/rugby match but its the media is where the money is and they want more action and controversy. I'll stick to watching tennis and badminton.
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#953955 - 5th Jul 2015 8:42pm Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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#954308 - 8th Jul 2015 1:17pm Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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#954309 - 8th Jul 2015 1:28pm Re: Womens World Cup [Re: baconbutty]
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I wanted to see the finals......Japan verses USA.
Missed that match as it was on far too late on Sunday night.

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