Baroness Sue Campbell has stressed Phil Neville leaving his role as England Women boss was his decision and is optimistic a successor will be appointed this summer.
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Lucy Bronze wants a proven winner to replace Phil Neville as England Women’s coach and insists gender and experience should be a secondary factor in the search for his successor.
Phil Neville will leave his role as England Women’s head coach next summer – and believes there remains “plenty to work on” before he leaves.
Phil Neville is leaving his role as England women’s head coach at the end of his contract in July 2021.
Phil Neville will leave his role as England Women’s head coach next summer.
Phil Neville looks set to leave his role as England women’s manager at the end of his contract in 2021, leaving a vacancy open at the top of the women’s game.
Emma Hayes is honoured to be linked to the England women’s manager job but the Chelsea boss is “extremely happy” where she is.
Gary Neville all but confirmed brother Phil Neville is to leave his role as England women’s manager next summer, with the European Championship’s delay to 2022 meaning the “rug’s been pulled under his feet”.
Forward Beth Mead is confident England Women can shake off their World Cup hangover and head into 2020 with renewed energy on the road towards hosting the European Championship.
Stevenage caretaker manager Mark Sampson has been charged by the Football Association with making an allegedly racist comment.
England Women head coach Phil Neville maintained the hard work must start now to get his side back to their best after battling through the snow to beat the Czech Republic 3-2 in Ceske Budejovice.
England Women signed off from 2019 with a much-needed 3-2 win against the Czech Republic in a snowy Ceske Budejovice.
England Women boss Phil Neville said he takes full responsibility for his side’s recent run of “unacceptable” poor performances.
Lucy Bronze wants more special occasions for England Women like Saturday and despite suffering a fresh defeat in front of a bumper crowd, still believes they can return to Wembley for the Euro 2021 final.
England Women head coach Phil Neville will be without captain Steph Houghton, Alex Greenwood, Jodie Taylor and Ellen White for Tuesday’s friendly away to Czech Republic.
England Women’s captain Steph Houghton jumped to the defence of under-fire head coach Phil Neville after Saturday’s historic fixture with Germany at Wembley.
Phil Neville insisted he takes full responsibility for England Women’s 2-1 defeat to Germany in front of a record-breaking crowd at Wembley.
Germany Women spoiled the party and struck late on to earn a 2-1 victory over England in front of a record-breaking crowd at Wembley.
Phil Neville says his England Women are getting closer to the levels of professionalism he wants, but are 10 to 15 per cent away playing the football he views as perfect.
England Women manager Phil Neville wants his team to put on a show against Germany at a sold-out Wembley on Saturday and knows they must produce their best to win.