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A collection of 11 posts

How Phil Neville Used Women's Sports

May 30, 2020

How Phil Neville Used Women's Sports by Andrew

Phil Neville is exactly who many believed him to be. This past Tuesday, Neville, current manager of England's Women's National Football Team, remarked that his plan had always been to parlay his current job experience into a coaching career at the club level in men's

Women's World Cup Notebook: Days 24 & 25

July 08, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Days 24 & 25 by Lindsay Eanet

Sweden 2-1 England, in brief: Can you believe it's over? A month of chaos, discourse, bold lips, VAR, golazos and ecstasy, all coming to a close. Before the final on Sunday, there was the third place match, where a bruised but tireless Sweden outlasted England

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 22

July 02, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 22 by Lindsay Eanet

USA 2-1 EnglandI am pretty sure the pace of this match was being controlled by J.K. Simmons as that scary conductor in that jazz movie, who saw the opening passes, slammed his fist into the wall and screamed "THAT’S NOT MY TEMPO!" What

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 19

June 27, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 19 by Nicole Haase

England 3-0 NorwayI don't know about everyone else, but watching one game a day now is almost disappointing and it's hard to believe that after this weekend we'll be down to just three games. This one felt over with before it really even got started.

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 16

June 24, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 16 by Nicole Haase

England 3-0 CameroonSo much happened in this game, much of which wasn't during the run of play and we're not sure that most of it even merits discussing here. That so many people are refusing to see the role of racism and colonialism in both