Tag: Mo Marley
England lost in their FIFA u20 World Cup qualifier semi-final, going down 2-0 to Japan.
Ahead of England's u20 game against Japan in the semi-final of the World Cup qualifiers, Mo Marley and Liverpool's Niamh Charles took part in a press conference in Vannes.
The women's u20 World Cup draw took place in Rennes, France on Thursday and our resident expert was there for it.
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.
England Women manager Mo Marley has named Jordan Nobbs, Leah Williamson and Danielle Carter in her squad for a 10-day training camp.
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.
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.
Former England and Arsenal forward, Rachel Yankey, thinks the sacking of Mark Sampson won't affect the players, and Mo Marley will get the best out of them.
Mo Marley says the England women's team need to stay focused on World Cup qualification, despite the changing managerial situation.
England need the right person for the job of manager of the England women's team, male or female, according to former Arsenal defender Casey Stoney.
The FA are planning to appoint Mo Marley as interim manager, after sacking Mark Sampson earlier this month.
The England u19 team have qualified for the u20 Women's World Cup next year by beating the Auld enemy in the play-off for the final place available for the tournament.
In our latest mini-pod about the U19 euro draw we touched on the subject of which Arsenal players will make the finals in August. Here are the reasons why I believe three of the six Arsenal Ladies will be on the plane to Belfast.
Northern Ireland will host the UEFA Women's u19 Tournament for the first time this summer and plenty of Arsenal faces are expected to be on show.
Mo Marley has revealed that Arsenal’s rising star, Rianna Dean, has a chance of making the UEFA u19 tournament in Northern Ireland this summer but hints that her inexperience might go against her.
Marley has been England Women U19s manager since 2001, combining it with the Everton Ladies job until 2012, before focusing solely on The Lionesses. Should she be Sampson's eventual replacement?
England u19 will have their traditional January camp with a double header against Norway and six Arsenal players have been selected
Mo Marley has called up 20 players for the double-header to be played on the 12th and 14th of July at St George's Park.