Tag: England Women
Phil Neville is to step down as head coach of England Women with immediate effect.
Leah Williamson has been withdrawn from the England women's team for an undisclosed reason.
Beth Mead, Leah Williamson and Jordan Nobbs have all been included in the England Women's squad for their September training camp. Former Arsenal youngster, Lotte...
According to the Guardian, the FA are not expecting Phil Neville to quit as the boss of England's women's team despite rumours he was considering handing in his resignation.
The FA have reportedly refused to meet the cost of a chartered plane for the England women's team ahead of their defence of the SheBelieves Cup and instead are making them take an economy flight from Heathrow.
March is the month for the traditional Spring tournaments that are an important part of the women's football calendar.
The FA have announced that Old Trafford will host the opening game of the 2021 Women's Euro that will take place from 7 July...
Phill Neville has selected a young squad for the SheBelieves Cup with a good number of players that won the Bronze medal the FIFA u-20 WWC tournament in France two years ago included.
A huge question mark currently hangs over Phil Neville’s management as England continue to struggle following the World Cup.
The England Lionesses are on a five-game streak without a win and any other result against Portugal would ramp the pressure on Phil Neville. But is he the only person responsible for the current situation?
The international break is always a worrying moment for fans and clubs as players go trekking around the world.
Phil Neville has named his squad for the upcoming friendlies against Belgium and Germany, so how does it look?
Following Matchday 2 in the FIFA WWC Group 2, the British teams have opposite fortunes with qualification for one and struggles for the other.
England currently sit in third place in the FIFA rankings and are one of the favourites to win the tournament alongside the USA, Germany...
With the World Cup less than a week away, let's take a deep look at the 23 players selected by Phil Neville and the squad's strengths and weaknesses.
FIFA have released the squad lists for the 24 teams taking part in the World Cup and Arsenal have 11 players involved from five...
With a month to go before the opening game of the Women's World Cup featuring France v South Korea, here are my predictions on the possible winners.
When an international tournament appears on the horizon, the lack of opportunities for English players due to the rising number of foreigners becomes a trendy topic again.
There are a few names that have been thrown around as potential Lionesses at the World Cup who are not getting a look in.
It is now international tournament time in women's football with the SheBelieves, Algarve, Cyprus and Turkish cup all being played over the next two weeks along with a number of friendlies.
The FIFA WWC 2019 World Cup draw has been made so here is a breakdown of when you will be able to watch Arsenal players during the tournament along with exclusive quotes from the England and Scotland managers.
The draw for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup will take place on Saturday in Paris at La Seine Musicale at 5pm UK time.
London Colney won't be busy when the international break comes around, as nearly all the players will be away with their countries, except for those recovering from injuries.
England drew 1-1 with Australia on Tuesday in a game they should have won 4-0 or 4-1, according to Phil Neville. Here are a few things we can take away from the game.
The FA WSL season is now over but there is a FIFA international window coming up featuring World Cup qualifiers and, as usual, the Arsenal Women players will be busy.
The England squad for the SheBelieves Cup has been named and there are no Arsenal players involved.
On Monday, Arsenal took 50 girls from their Development Programmes for a day out at St. George's Park - the home of the Lionesses.
Phil Neville has apologised again for tweets he posted while he was still a player but denies being sexist.
New England Women manager Phil Neville deleted his Twitter account after certain tweets were found. He's since issued an apology and the FA have another fiasco on their hands.
Arsenal Women forward Danielle Carter says she’s fully focused on domestic matters after returning from a Spanish training camp with England.
Phil Neville says he’s “honoured” after being appointed head coach of England Women, and believes the Lionesses could achieve “something special” after signing a three-and-a-half year deal.
Phil Neville is expected to be named England Women's new manager this week after the dismissal of Mark Sampson back in September.
As revealed by the godfather of women's football journos in England, Phillip Neville will be the new England Women's manager and will try to emulate Mark Sampson's success on the pitch while avoiding off-the-pitch pitfalls that saw the Welshman sacked.
The English Football Association will wait until the new year before announcing a permanent replacement for Mark Sampson.
The hunt for the new England Women manager is still on, and there seems to be a shortage of candidates interested.
Every time an England squad is named, fans ask the same question: Do central contracts guarantee a call-up, even if a player is out of form or regularly unused on international duty?
We were fortunate enough to speak to ex-England international Becky Easton, who has 44 caps to her name, while having won three league titles at club level.
It is has been quite a successful break for the Arsenal Women players scattered all over the globe, bringing home victories, goals and qualification for the Elite Rounds.
Following England's 1-0 defeat to France, where Mo Marley kept the tried and tested players, maybe now is the time to make some changes and prepare for the FIFA 2019 World Cup.
Following the report by barrister Katharine Newton and inquiry in front of the House of Commons digital, culture, media and sport select committee, there have been some very interesting reactions from the England players who backed Mark Sampson at the Russia game with that infamous team hug celebration.