England boss Phil Neville has named his first squad since the summer’s fourth-placed finish at the Women’s World Cup in France.
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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.
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Phil Neville has close, emotional ties to Bury and desperately hopes the club can be saved from the jaws of extinction.
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England boss Phil Neville has stressed “everybody will be treated equally” when he selects the Great Britain squad for next summer’s Olympics.
England boss Phil Neville feels the new handball law has created a “minefield”.
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”.
Phil Neville challenged England to show the courage of champions and return stronger from their Women’s World Cup heartache after losing 2-1 against Sweden in the third-place play-off in Nice.
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.
Phil Neville is committed to leading England through to the 2021 Women’s European Championships, Baroness Sue Campbell has said.
Phil Neville swiftly turned his focus to future targets after England’s bid to win the Women’s World Cup came to an end on Tuesday night.
England boss Phil Neville hailed his players for having “given it our absolute all” at the Women’s World Cup after their 2-1 semi-final defeat against the United States.
Phil Neville felt his England players left their “hearts and souls” on the pitch after a 2-1 defeat to the United States in the Women’s World Cup semi-final.
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.
Lucy Bronze feels England have an edge over their fellow Women’s World Cup semi-finalists because they are “more hungry” to reach a final.
England take on the United States in the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup on Tuesday.