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Women Football: Cameroon Players Slammed After They Spat, Cried, Cried Racism During World Cup Defeat   
 
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24-Jun-2019  
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Cameroon's national team have been accused of 'shaming' women's football after they were knocked out by England in a last-16 clash at the World Cup that was marred with spitting, temper-tantrums and claims of racism. 

England coach Phil Neville slammed the Cameroonian team for some of the worst behaviour he'd seen on a football pitch, saying it had left him 'completely and utterly ashamed'.

As FIFA launched an investigation into a match which saw Cameroon twice delay play for long periods so they could argue with officials about VAR decisions, Neville fumed: 'If my team played like that they would never play for England again.'

On top of the arguments about VAR, England's Lionesses were spat on, elbowed in the face, and crunched in late tackles that left captain Steph Houghton needing treatment.
 
 

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