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@375You neglect to mention that ticket prices for women’s matches are either free or extremely cheap. Offer something free or extremely cheap to most people and they tend more often than not to take it. So the fact that according to you the Scotland game is “sold up” (I assume you mean sold out) isn’t much of an indicator of genuine interest in the women’s game
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380. CupomashWow, I haven't heard that one for all of 30 minutes.
"No Scotland player is going to this summer's World Cup finals....."I've booked the whole tournament off work and will watch every game.Awesome.
Forgive my Ben Sherman like ignorance I don't know what sold up means but tickets are still freely available, you must have completely ignored or not looked at that evidence before posting your remedy.
#370 'hardly anybody (male and female) enjoys watching women's football'You're aware that the Scotland v the overhyped lionesses game is already sold up? Before that Scotland's women are playing at Hampden?Is it that you simply don't go to football matches, don't look at evidence, or even completely ignore evidence?Ignorance is a bad thing, you know, but you can remedy matters.
368LucyCSYes, the world has changed and will keep changing. But not the male and female physique, nor the limits or capabilities of either which can't help but dictate the level of performance regarding certain sports.Sorry about that, but that's not the fault of men.
372 Maybe because the USA were in the women's World Cup final.
@370 tht61“Hardly anyone enjoys watching women’s football”Someone does as over 750 million people watched the 2015 Women’s World Cup on TV. In fact in the USA, more viewers watched the women’s final than the men’s final.
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