China’s Huo Yuexin, second from right, fights for the ball during the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup soccer match between China and Spain in Navi Mumbai, India, on October 18. Photo: AP
China’s Huo Yuexin, second from right, fights for the ball during the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup soccer match between China and Spain in Navi Mumbai, India, on October 18. Photo: AP
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Women’s football in China worth backing

  • Success will depend on developing a sporting culture among girls and young women, and that will take time

China’s Huo Yuexin, second from right, fights for the ball during the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup soccer match between China and Spain in Navi Mumbai, India, on October 18. Photo: AP
China’s Huo Yuexin, second from right, fights for the ball during the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup soccer match between China and Spain in Navi Mumbai, India, on October 18. Photo: AP
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