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'Not that way': Lessons from failed 2022 World Cup bid give Australia and New Zealand hope

Credit: The Age- Published on June 19, 2020
After controversially spending $45 million 10 years ago, Australia is putting its faith back in FIFA to win the right to host the Women's World Cup in 2023.
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Published on June 22, 2020 -  01:31
Japan withdrawing 2023 Women's World Cup bid
The Japanese Football Association announces that Japan is withdrawing its bid to host the 2023 Women's World Cup.

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