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Phil Neville Appointed England Women head coach

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Former England full-back Phil Neville has been appointed head coach of the country’s women’s football team.

Neville, 41, has coached at former club Manchester United, Valencia and England Under-21s but has only managed one game – at Salford City, a team he co-owns.

 

 

He takes over from interim boss Mo Marley, who has been in charge since Mark Sampson was sacked last year.

“This squad’s on the verge of something special and I believe I can lead them to the next level,” said Neville.

England – ranked third in the world – will be among the favourites at the 2019 World Cup in France.

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