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Battle for England World Cup places

In the January transfer window, several players have engineered moves in search of regular playing time before the World Cup in July. Beth England’s decision to leave Chelsea for Tottenham, for a record fee between two WSL clubs, will not have been made lightly, but with her game time squeezed at Chelsea and competition for places up front in Sarina Wiegman’s England squad for the World Cup increasing, the move makes sense. England’s move was followed by that of her international teammate Jordan Nobbs, whose career has been blighted by injury to the…

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