Phil Neville has described United States team staff visiting England’s hotel ahead of the Women’s World Cup semi-final between the sides as “not etiquette”.
Bemused England boss Phil Neville has laughed off a visit by members of the United States staff to his team’s hotel ahead of the Women’s World Cup semi-final showdown between the sides.
United States coach Jill Ellis insists her team is not arrogant as they prepare to face England in the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup on Tuesday.
England Women head coach Phil Neville wants his side to “develop the serial winner mentality” – and warned going home from the World Cup on the back of a semi-final defeat “would represent failure”.
England captain Steph Houghton feels the Lionesses delivered a performance full of intensity and heart that “showed what we’re all about” in the Women’s World Cup quarter-final victory over Norway.
England boss Phil Neville says his job in the final preparations for the World Cup quarter-final victory over Norway was “easy” thanks to the help of a trio of famous faces.
England boss Phil Neville again hailed the “phenomenal” Lucy Bronze as the best player in the world after the right-back starred in the 3-0 World Cup quarter-final win over Norway.
England coach Phil Neville insists he and the team are having the “time of our lives” after reaching the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup.
England boss Phil Neville can see in his players’ eyes that they are relishing the prospect of Thursday’s Women’s World Cup quarter-final against Norway.
England captain Steph Houghton trained with her team-mates on Wednesday afternoon while fellow centre-back Millie Bright sat out.
England captain Steph Houghton and fellow centre-back Millie Bright are “major doubts” for Thursday’s Women’s World Cup quarter-final against Norway, boss Phil Neville has said.
England captain Steph Houghton is a major doubt for Thursday’s World Cup quarter-final clash with Norway, manager Phil Neville has announced.
Phil Neville said he was “completely and utterly ashamed” of Cameroon’s behaviour following England’s 3-0 victory in the sides’ ill-tempered Women’s World Cup last-16 clash in Valenciennes.
Phil Neville has stressed there is “no point moaning” over the change related to penalties that has been in the spotlight at the Women’s World Cup – and says his England players have “no fear” about the prospect of a shoot-out.
England boss Phil Neville admits he has been surprised about the law change related to penalties that has been in the spotlight at the Women’s World Cup, but stressed “there’s no point moaning about it”.
Paul Scholes insists he made a “genuine mistake” in breaching Football Association betting rules while co-owner and director at Salford.
Former England captain Casey Stoney believes the crowds at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France are “disappointing” because FIFA and the local organisers failed to promote the tournament properly.
Phil Neville is keen for England to send out a “strong statement” to their rivals at the Women’s World Cup by completing their Group D matches with a 100 per cent record.
England boss Phil Neville has stressed he is looking for a win from Wednesday’s Women’s World Cup clash with Japan in Nice and will be picking his best side to get one.
England coach Phil Neville insists he will pick the strongest side possible against Japan despite the Lionesses having already qualified for the knockout stages of the Women’s World Cup.
Phil Neville does not believe the rivalry which exists between England and Argentina in the men’s game will have any bearing on the Lionesses’ World Cup clash on Friday evening.
An early VAR-awarded penalty put Scotland on course for an opening 2-1 defeat against England at the World Cup in France.
Robbie Williams has chosen St George’s Day to announce five new stars for his England team ahead of the Soccer Aid For Unicef match in June.