England has already lost - Unusual Efforts
It doesn't matter the competition. Their inability to develop a soccer star means the England national team won't win international tournaments. SPECIAL NOTE AGAIN: This piece comes from the new website Unusual Efforts, a site that describes itself as such: "Unusual Efforts, a brand-new website with a magazine to follow, produces engaging, entertaining, and enlightening soccer stories for everyone. The twist? Everything you see here is produced by women, trans or cis, and non-binary people." It's an exciting and interesting project that I'm really excited to promote here. Check them out!
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