ABBA girls Frida Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog have said that they could be planning a reunion.

The female stars of one of the most successful bands of all time have not performed together since the band split in 1983.

“It would be great to do something with Agnetha,” said Frida, who is now 65. “If we did, it would be hard to avoid all the pressure because of ABBA. It could never be low-key.

“We talk about it (a reunion)” she added.

Male members Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, who were married to Frida and Agnetha, but are now both divorced, had ruled out a reunion of the band, who have sold over 375 million records.

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  1. Scott Viar 10 years ago

    The local I refer to is that clubs need to focus on their local communities for support and talent and need not engage in the mass trucking in of players/coaches from around the country/globe.  The league structure should be national in nature with mostly regionalized play and a end-of-season tournament of the top teams in each region (WPSL and W-League do this already).  The business end of the equation needs to fit the locale where the team exists, and what one would need to do in Southern California to gain traction in the market might not work or might be a flop in the middle of Georgia or Maine.

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