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What’s Next For The Return Of The CFC Women’s Team

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CFC / Finley Stadium

(aired Tues 11/23/21)

At the Chattanooga Football Club, the new year will bring a nationwide search for a new head coach of the men’s team - and the formation of a women’s team that will also take the field.

Last month, CFC announced the creation of an advisory board for the women’s team - and at that time, I spoke with two of its members: Shelly Ayers and Shabnam Kaderi.

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