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Matildas inspire nation as calls grow for football home to rival England’s

The Matildas might be out of the World Cup, but the journey that they have been on has inspired a nation – and now is the time to back them and Australian football into the future.

Speaking after the game on Seven, their lead pundits Elise Kellond-Knight and John Aloisi both pointed out the gaps in infrastructure between the Matildas and England, who now advance to the World Cup Final on Sunday.

Notably, both mentioned St George’s Park, the national…

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