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New Zealand's Football Ferns To Play In Auckland Boys' League This Season

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 10 / 17

New Zealand's women's national team, the Football Ferns, is "set to play in an Auckland boys' league this season, in New Zealand Football's latest initiative in women's football," according to Michael Burgess of the NEW ZEALAND HERALD. It means the domestic based-Ferns will not play for their clubs,...

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