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Famous faces give England women perfect World Cup launch

England women's national team head coach Phil Neville shares his expectations for the Lionesses ahead of this summer's World Cup in France.

LONDON -- At 8 a.m. on Wednesday, England women's manager Phil Neville was nervous.

He had already spoken the day previous to those players he had picked to go to the World Cup, and broken the news to those missing out. He had sat on his decisions for close to a week. But as the Football Association prepared to unveil their unique manner of revealing England's squad for the Women's World Cup, Neville started to get butterflies.

For the first time, things had been taken out of his control and the...

Prince William, David Beckham, Emma Watson announce England squad for Women's World Cup

England women's national team head coach Phil Neville shares his expectations for the Lionesses ahead of this summer's World Cup in France.
ESPN's Julie Foudy joins Golic & Wingo to talk favourites to win the 2019 Women's World Cup and her new podcast Laughter Permitted.

Prince William, David Beckham and Emma Watson were among the famous faces involved as England named their squad for the Women's World Cup.

The announcement saw each player receive a personalised video message from a public figure, informing them that they had been selected by manager Phil Neville for the tournament in France this summer.

The Duke of Cambridge revealed that Lionesses captain Steph Houghton had made the 23-woman squad.

Manchester City defender Houghton is one of 12 players in the...

Neville wanted England to 'suffer' in win over Spain

England women's national team head coach Phil Neville shares his expectations for the Lionesses ahead of this summer's World Cup in France.
ESPN's Julie Foudy joins Golic & Wingo to talk favourites to win the 2019 Women's World Cup and her new podcast Laughter Permitted.

Manager Phil Neville said he deliberately disrupted the rhythm of his England women's team with a double substitution in Tuesday's 2-1 friendly international win over Spain to test his players' defensive resolve ahead of the World Cup.

England were leading 2-0 after goals from Beth Mead and Ellen White when Neville replaced midfielder Jade Moore and forward Toni Duggan, who have more than 100 international caps between them, early in the second half.

He sent on the inexperienced duo of Lucy Staniforth...