100 years since women's football was banned
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Faye White, former captain of the Lionesses and Arsenal joins Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay to chat about who should be England captain, whether the Ballon D'Or got it right and who's going to win the upcoming FA Cup final.

Plus, did you know women's football was banned in England from 1921-71? With the 100 year anniversary of that ban coming up we caught up with Gail Newsham, who played during that time and is an expert on the Dick Kerr Ladies who drew crowds of 50,000 before the 1921, along with Patricia Gregory, who was instrumental in ending the ban.


PART 1 - England 1 - 0 Austria (2.30)

PART 2 - Ballon D'Or (13.45)

PART 3 - Other news... Leicester City's manager, Kit Graham and Formiga (17.45)

PART 4 - The ban on women's football with Gail Newsham and Patricia Gregory (23.30)

PART 5 - 50 years of the FA Cup and the FA Cup final coming up (47.45)

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