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Ian Watson

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Girls and boys
A wild and crazy idea regarding women’s football. Why not let them compete in the men’s game?

We would still have women only teams – I don’t think mixed teams would satisfy anyone – but they would compete in the men’s leagues at the appropriate level.

It’s obvious that having strong competition improves quality. Just ask Celtic and Rangers about the problems competing in a weak league – they never get to improve.

Competing with the men (or let’s be realistic, the boys), would help the ladies teams to kick on. If England were to have a strong team of ladies competing regularly in a male league, our national team would quickly become the strongest in the world.

The question would be how far down the league pyramid and into what age group the ladies team would have to go in order to be competitive. Somewhere ...
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