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England Women’s team manager Phil Neville says he wants England to be ranked world number one in the international game.
The Lionesses moved up to 2nd in the Rankings table after their recent performance in the Shebelieves Cup in America where they were runners-up only to world champions the USA.
Following the success of England’s Lionesses in recent years, participation amongst women is on the rise, and plans are in motion to keep that going in Staffordshire.
Burton Albion ladies manager Jack White was delighted to secure all three points as Burton saw off Leicester City ladies.
Albion ladies ran out 4-0 winners thanks to goals from Jordan Atkin, Hayleigh Sutton (2) and Charlotte Creswell to keep them 5th in the FA Women’s Premier League Midlands Division One table.
Benedite Pambani is currently playing for Port Vale Women’s team as well as studying Sports PR and Journalism at Staffordshire University.
Having joined up with the Valiants just this year, Pambani impressed quickly after scoring on her debut, and has now found her feet as a regular in the starting 11.
Stoke City Girls are undergoing an 18-month fitness plan to kick-start their careers as young footballers.
From under 14s to the under 16s they have been taking part in athletic plyometric work to help their speed, fitness and teaching them to check their stride before striking the ball.
England women’s football star Josanna Potter was in Stoke-on-Trent today – to shed new light on a girls’ football tournament.
Potter, who plays for Birmingham City Ladies, was at Staffordshire University’s Stanley Matthews Sports Hall where a UV-lit competition took place.