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.
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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”.
Phil Neville has admitted Manchester City are “miles better” than Manchester United and that it could take them “a long time” to close the gap.
Juventus forward Eniola Aluko is convinced women’s football will soar to another level if England Lionesses win the World Cup.
Phil Neville gave Beth Mead a “rocket” earlier this year and feels she is now a player looking to “go to the moon”.
England Women boss Phil Neville believes Nikita Parris could “become a world star” this summer as the forward’s goal helped the Lionesses beat Denmark 2-0 in their World Cup warm-up game at Walsall’s Banks’s Stadium.
Nikita Parris and Jill Scott scored either side of the break as England Women beat Denmark 2-0 in their penultimate World Cup warm-up match.
England boss Phil Neville hopes this week’s team-building experience with the Royal Marines has left his players better equipped for the potential challenges ahead at the Women’s World Cup.
The Football Association has announced England Women’s squad numbers for this summer’s World Cup in France.
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.
Izzy Christiansen has not been included in Phil Neville’s England squad for this summer’s Women’s World Cup in France.
Phil Neville insists he will be “ruthless” when it comes to selecting his World Cup squad – but the England boss has experienced enough of his own tournament heartbreak to know he is the right man to let people down gently.
England manager Phil Neville revealed he wanted to see him players “suffer” in their narrow friendly win over Spain to prepare them for this summer’s World Cup.
Toni Duggan believes success for England at this summer’s World Cup will help swell Women’s Super League attendances.
England Women boss Phil Neville declared himself disappointed with the result but “quite happy” overall after the 1-0 friendly defeat to Canada at the Academy Stadium.
Danny Rose’s admission that he “can’t wait” for his football career to be over will be the start of players upping the ante in the fight against racism, according to Kick It Out’s head of development Troy Townsend.
England Women boss Phil Neville has spoken of his players’ desire for the Lionesses to become “one of the greatest sports teams in the world” and “talked about like the All Blacks”.
Jodie Taylor remembers England Women’s last clash with Canada as an “incredible” occasion – and feels how the Lionesses have grown since then is “super exciting”.
England Women boss Phil Neville has stressed places in his World Cup squad are up for grabs.
Phil Neville wants to see clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea “throw open” their stadiums for women’s matches.