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Wenger Hints on First Female Coach in Premier League

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes there will eventually be a woman in charge of a club in the Premier League. French second division club Clermont Foot have led the way in embracing such diversity in football, appointing Helena Costa as the first woman to coach a club in the top two tiers of any EuropeanRead More

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Published By: The Nation - Thursday, 10 August

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