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Sarina Weigman: I’m Happy As The Women’s Coach

Sarina Weigman: I'm Happy As The Women's Coach

England Women’s Head Coach, Sarina Weigman has confirmed that she is happy to remain the women’s coach after she was pipped to replace Gareth Southgate. 

This came following her success in taking her side to the 2023 Women’s World Cup final, to be played on Sunday against Spain.

Wiegman led England to the European Championships last year, and on Sunday her team faces Spain in the final of the Women’s 2023 World Cup for the first time in their history. 

There have been speculations about her future, with some stories linking her to the vacant USWNT head coach seat, and others piping her to replace Gareth Southgate, when he stands down as the head coach for the English senior men. 

Speaking about her job, Sarina said: 

“I’m very happy with my job. I’m happy how the FA treats me. And I’m getting ready for the Spain game.”

We really want to leave with that World Cup. We have an opponent that’s really strong. What we’re focusing on is how we want to play, and we’re going to do anything to be at our best. And then hopefully that gives us the success we want.”

“I have a lot of confidence in our team. I think we’re in a very good place.”

“Everyone wants to start but if any player is not starting – which will be 12 players not starting – I know that they’re ready when we need them – that they’re ready to come on and play the best.”

“It’s just really, really nice when you get so far in a tournament and you make a final that everyone is watching. And that gives a boost to the women’s game in England, but also worldwide, here in Australia.”

“You’ve seen the whole country was behind them. And that’s very exciting to be part of.”

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