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  Women's football Thursday 8 November 2001  
Women's Football
The Football Association took over the women's game in 1993 and since then most of the top teams have become affiliated with men's clubs.

But does being called Everton or Arsenal really bring significant benefits?
Jenni is joined by Mick Abrahams, Manager of the Doncaster Belles, Karen Doyle, Head of Women's Football at the FA, and Shirley Waring of Tranmere Rovers, to discuss how far the women's game has progressed and whether it will be ready to turn professioinal in the next couple of years.

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