Phil Neville

England's Jill Scott on November 23, 2014, at Wembley Stadium.

After Denmark Friendly, Neville Looks to Fine-Tune ahead of World Cup Kickoff

England beat Denmark, 2–0, in their penultimate match before heading to France next week for the 2019 World Cup. Goals either side of the break from new Lyon signing Nikita Parris and captain-for-the-day Jill Scott secured a victory that came far from easy against a side that didn’t make it to France 2019.
England head coach Phil Neville at a postgame news conference at the 2019 SheBelieves Cup.

Neville Looks Ahead after Naming England World Cup Squad

England head coach Neville settled on his squad more than a week ago in a lengthy meeting with his technical staff and admitted in his press conference he wanted to tell the players immediately, but now that he's been able to inform them of his decision, his message to the 23 selected is clear: enjoy today but tomorrow is business.
England head coach Phil Neville at a postgame news conference at the 2019 SheBelieves Cup.

Neville Accepts Difficult Task Ahead in Naming World Cup Squad

England head coach Phil Neville admits it's going to be "very difficult" to cut players from the squad that beat Spain 2–1 ahead of the World Cup in June. Neville is in no rush to name his squad but he's already suggested it will happen before England step out to face Denmark in Walsall after the domestic season has ended next month.
England head coach Phil Neville at a postgame news conference at the 2019 SheBelieves Cup.

In England’s Bounce-Back Win against Spain, Neville Tests Team with Lineup Changes

England responded to its underwhelming defeat to Canada with a 2–1 victory against Jorge Vilda's Spain in front of 13,000 supporters in Swindon. Goals either side of the break from Beth Mead and Ellen White were enough to record the win but Aitana Bonmatí's goal from close range ensured a tense finale on a night in which Spain once again dominated possession.
England head coach Phil Neville at a postgame news conference at the 2019 SheBelieves Cup.

Phil Neville “Happy” Despite England’s Second Home Defeat in a Row

Despite the 0-1 loss, and England's second home loss in a row, head coach Phil Neville declared himself "happy" after the match. Christine Sinclair scored the game-winner, her 180th international goal, five shy of breaking Abby Wambach's all-time record for goal by either a man or woman.