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Women’s World Cup: Matildas hope tournament’s legacy is more funding

Reeling from the heartbreak of falling short in the Women’s World Cup semi-finals, the Matildas believe the tournament will have an important legacy.
They’re hoping to pick themselves up and beat Sweden in Saturday’s third-place play-off game to ensure they don’t leave their home tournament empty-handed.
Australia’s run that has captured the nation was brought to a screeching halt in Wednesday’s .
But they’re urging Australians to keep the support for women’s football going after the tournament and calling for more funding.
Vice-captain Steph Catley said the support shown for Australia has…

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