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Media coverage of women's sport entering 'new age' during 2019 Women's World Cup

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Media coverage of women's sport entering 'new age' during 2019 Women's World Cup

Media coverage of women's sport entering 'new age' during 2019 Women's World Cup

Dr Stacey Pope from Durham University told Euronews that women's football is becoming increasingly popular as media coverage of the sport improves.

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