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France will give it everything to win World Cup, says Renard

"When you are (playing) at home, you have to give it everything and go as far as possible and win (the tournament)": France's star defender Wendie Renard says her team, still looking for their first title, will remain "humble". But she has high hopes ahead of the hosts' World Cup campaign, which begins on June 7 with the tournament's opening match, against South Korea.

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