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Women's World Cup: Little girls in Lyon dream of being the next Ada, not the next Ronaldo

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Women's World Cup: Little girls in Lyon dream of being the next Ada, not the next Ronaldo

Women's World Cup: Little girls in Lyon dream of being the next Ada, not the next Ronaldo

As the world's elite female footballers descend on France for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, at least one little girl in the southeastern city of Lyon has her sights set on future editions.

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