Former England Women coach Mark Sampson has been placed in caretaker charge of League Two side Stevenage.
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England boss Phil Neville described being linked with the United States as flattering but stressed his focus was the Lionesses following his side’s 2-1 loss to Norway.
England Women were beaten 2-1 by Norway in their friendly in Bergen as Caroline Graham Hansen’s late goal completed a come-from-behind victory for the hosts.
Former England Women captain Kelly Smith believes the women’s game now “stands on its own” after over a third of British adults said they were interested in women’s football.
A penalty from Nikita Parris rescued England as they fought out a 3-3 draw with Belgium in their women’s international friendly in Leuven.
England boss Phil Neville has named his first squad since the summer’s fourth-placed finish at the Women’s World Cup in France.
England boss Phil Neville has expressed his excitement about the two years that lie ahead after naming his squad for the forthcoming friendlies against Belgium and Norway.
Karen Carney believes a change of mentality and improved fitness levels are required for England Women to end their wait for silverware.
England boss Phil Neville feels the new handball law has created a “minefield”.
A number of Women’s Super League matches could be played as double-headers alongside Premier League fixtures next season, according to one of the most senior figures in the English game.
Phil Neville has every intention of seeing out the remaining two years of his contract as England Women boss, saying he “can’t think of a better job in football” at the moment.
Phil Neville stressed he was “not disrespecting anyone” as he sought to explain why he branded the Women’s World Cup third-place play-off that England lost to Sweden “a nonsense game”.
England missed out on a third-placed finish at the Women’s World Cup as they were beaten 2-1 by Sweden in their play-off in Nice.
England boss Phil Neville has stressed both the importance of Saturday’s World Cup third place play-off against Sweden and the need for future improvement.
United States forward Alex Morgan has defended her tea-drinking celebration in the World Cup semi-final win over England and said there was a “double standard” in the treatment of women players.
Karen Carney is heading into retirement feeling content there is nothing more she could have given during her glittering career.
Karen Carney’s glittering career will come to an end after England’s World Cup play-off on Saturday.
Paula Milnes admits her mind was taken back to the Azteca Stadium almost half a century earlier when she attended England’s World Cup semi-final against the United States on Tuesday.
England midfielder Jill Scott says low moments like Tuesday’s World Cup semi-final loss to the United States hurt more the older she gets – but she relishes the challenge of trying to lift herself and claim another bronze medal.
Former England Women manager Mark Sampson has joined the coaching staff at Sky Bet League Two club Stevenage.