Women's World Cup: England boss Phil Neville says 'players and I having time of our lives'

Credit: BBC News- Published on June 14, 2019
The England players are "having the time of their lives" at the World Cup in France and "so am I", says manager Phil Neville.
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Published on June 12, 2019 -  00:32
US Defends Itself After Accusations Of Bad Sportsmanship
The USWNT defended itself against accusations of bad sportsmanship. The team humiliated Thailand in its record 13-0 Women's World Cup victory in France on Tuesday. Thailand's players were in tears at the full-time whistle after suffering the heaviest defeat in World Cup history. There were those on social media who criticized the defending champions for celebrating each goal. Alex Morgan told reporters that "every goal counts.

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