Female rugby players struggle after retirement

The women’s Rugby World Cup in Belfast, Northern Ireland has elevated the status of the female players in the game. But with nearly every team coached by a man, women have less chance of a future in rugby after retirement.

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    The women’s Rugby World Cup in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has elevated the status of the female players in the game.

    But with nearly every team coached by a man, women have less chance of a future in rugby after retirement.

    Al Jazeera’s Paul Rhys reports from Belfast.


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