Why Scotland may be dark horses in next years Women’s World Cup

By Kathryn Batte

When Scotland were drawn in the same group as England for the Women’s World Cup next year, manager Shelley Kerr must have thought ‘typical’. Her team qualified for only their second ever major competition with a dramatic win over Albania in September. Shortly after it was announced the Scottish Government would provide £80,000 of funding to allow the squad to be full-time from January to the tournament’s start date in June.

Scotland’s reward? A group of death with their rivals, former World Champions Japan and Argentina.

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