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Sports charity releases book celebrating their Girls Programme

Football Beyond Borders have released a new coffee table book.

It focuses on the relationship between their female mentors and those taking part in the girls programme.

Football Beyond Borders conducted a recent study showing girls had less resources to play football compared to boys during lockdown.

Henry has been speaking to former participant and now mentor, Debra Nelson about it.

The book ‘her stories’ is out now, with more information on the Football beyond borders website.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 10th May 2021

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