England manager Phil Neville praised the “enthusiasm and mentality” of fit-again Jordan Nobbs and believes the Arsenal midfielder could reach a world-class level in the next 12 months.
Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs has been recalled to the England squad for the first time since recovering from a serious knee injury.
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.
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England’s bid for Women’s Euro 2021 glory on home soil will be broadcast to the nation after the BBC secured exclusive rights to the tournament.
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”.
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.
Ellen White says England have been hurting after their World Cup semi-final defeat but will be “putting everything” into Saturday’s third place play-off against Sweden.
England came up short in their bid for the Women’s World Cup final after a 2-1 defeat to the United States in Lyon.
The Prime Minister praised Phil Neville’s England side for their performance both on and off the field after the Lionesses were knocked out of the World Cup by the USA.
Phil Neville says Tuesday’s Women’s World Cup semi-final against the United States is a game England “have to win” – and is confident they will.
England boss Phil Neville insists he trusts every player in his squad as they prepare for their final match before the Women’s World Cup in France.
England Women boss Phil Neville is in no doubt that the Lionesses can win this summer’s World Cup and has emphasised the time is coming to “get out there and deliver”.
Nikita Parris is confident she can make a big impression in France with England this summer ahead of starting life there as a Lyon player.
One of the most famous anthems in football has been rewritten in support of the England team heading to the 2019 Women’s World Cup.
Phil Neville believes he is taking a squad “full of world-class players” to the Women’s World Cup and is “absolutely convinced” England will enjoy a successful tournament.