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Who are they: the first female referee and Brazilian assistant make history at the World Cup

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92 years after the first edition, Stéphanie Frappart, Neuza Back and Mexican Karen Medina become the first women to lead the men's World Cup match this Thursday
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Who are they: the first female referee and Brazilian assistant make history at the World Cup

92 years after the first edition, Stéphanie Frappart, Neuza Back and Mexican Karen Medina become the first women to lead the men's World Cup match this Thursday

2 months ago·Brazil
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Who is the Brazilian who is part of the first all-female refereeing trio at the World Cup

Neuza Back is a physical educator, 38 years old and will join Stéphanie Frappart, from France, and Karen Medina, from Mexico, in the Costa Rica vs. Germany match

2 months ago·Brazil
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Meet the Brazilian referee who will be part of the first female trio in the World Cup

Neuza Back will assist the first all-female refereeing trio in the history of the men's World Cup in the match between Costa Rica and Germany this Thursday (1/12)

2 months ago
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