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    The defender who led the Lionesses at three tournaments is now pursuing a coaching badge and raising money for MND research

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    Steph Houghton: I may be retired but I am not done with football yet

    Her illustrious playing career encapsulated the rapid rise of the women’s game from the days of her family paying £250 subs per year when she broke onto the scene with Sunderland, through to becoming the face of a fully professional sport and leading her country to back-to-back World Cup semi-finals.

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    BBC to land Women’s Rugby World Cup rights

    The BBC is expected to be awarded the television rights for next year’s Women’s Rugby World Cup in England.

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    Pep Guardiola to spend close season deciding on his Manchester City future

    Pep Guardiola will spend the summer weighing up whether he will stay at Manchester City beyond a contract that expires at the end of 2024-25

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    Tears of joy for Charles Leclerc but ‘boring’ Monaco GP raises fresh questions over race’s future

    This was not a Monaco Grand Prix which will live long in the memory. As Max Verstappen remarked somewhat wearily over his radio midway through proceedings: “F--- me this is boring. I should have brought my pillow.”

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    Watch: Referee Stephanie Frappart escorted from pitch by police after Greek Cup final fury

    Trailblazing woman referee Stephanie Frappart had to be escorted to safety by police after angry confrontations following the Greek Cup final.

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    ANC at a crossroads as South Africa goes to the polls

    Party’s leaders are more nervous than ever that it will lose its majority for the first time since Nelson Mandela led it to victory

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    UEFA celebrates growth of women's soccer as Barcelona lifts another Women's Champions League trophy

    It was a night of celebration for Barcelona after another Women’s Champions League title, and for the women’s game in general after another season with significant growth in the sport. Barcelona defeated Lyon 2-0 to win its third European trophy and to add to its recent dominance in the sport on Saturday, capping a year that saw increased attendance, additional revenue and more participation by women across all levels of the sport. A record crowd of 50,827 for a final was on hand to see Barcel

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    Antoine Dupont is changing his sport just like Cruyff and Federer

    There was a moment in the first half of extra-time where Antoine Dupont briefly thought that the Toulouse coaching staff were trying to replace him. The look of disdain could only have been greater if he had been presented with a greasy fry-up on the Tottenham High Road.

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    When Man City needed a goal Jack Grealish was ignored – his career is at a crossroads

    As the Manchester City players hung around on the Wembley pitch after the final whistle, Jack Grealish stood on the periphery. Arms across his chest, the club record £100 million signing had been overlooked by Pep Guardiola.

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