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Ada Hegerberg's Reasons For Missing The Women's World Cup Are Clear

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Ada Hegerberg's Reasons For Missing The Women's World Cup Are Clear

Ada Hegerberg's Reasons For Missing The Women's World Cup Are Clear

Norway star and Ballon d'Or winner Ada Hegerberg is sitting out the Women's World Cup, and while there seems to be confusion regarding her reasoning, a closer look at comments made during the last two years paints a pretty clear picture.

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