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Nigeria's Dennerby and South Africa's Ellis upbeat despite tricky Women's World Cup pairing

Goal.com Monday, 10 December 2018
Nigeria's Dennerby and South Africa's Ellis upbeat despite tricky Women's World Cup pairingFollowing Saturday's draw in France, the two gaffers have shared their optimism on their sides' chances of progressing.
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