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Toni Duggan and Jodie Taylor lead England past stubborn Bosnia

Toni Duggan led England to victory.

Toni Duggan's 20th international goal sent England Women to the top of their World Cup qualifying group with a 2-0 win in Bosnia.

Barcelona forward Duggan prodded home Melissa Lawley's cross as England shrugged off Alex Greenwood's red card to prevail in Zenica.

Jodie Taylor's added-time penalty wrapped up a comfortable, albeit often frustrating, afternoon in front of goal on the road.

Bosnia had Amira Spahic sent off too in a staccato encounter, with Phil Neville's England faced with ultra-defensive...

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England Women boss Phil Neville: 'We could actually win the World Cup'

England womens' coach Phil Neville with Alex Greenwood
Phil Neville has targeted a World Cup title for his England side.

England Women manager Phil Neville says coaching his country was better than anything else he has experienced in football -- and now the former Manchester United player wants to help the Lionesses rule the world.

Eyebrows were raised when the former Three Lions defender was appointed by the Football Association in January, but the 41-year-old has enjoyed a promising start to his time with the women's team.

An impressive 4-1 win against France was quite the start to a decent overall performance by...

UEFA report: England's Mark Sampson threatened official with pole

Former England women's coach Mark Sampson was being investigated for intimidating a female UEFA official with a metal pole at the 2017 European Championship before he was fired, the European governing body said on Friday.

UEFA revealed the details of the disciplinary case that led to Sampson being banned for three games for "insulting, aggressive and insistent actions," including profane abuse. 

UEFA concluded its case on Sept. 21, the day after the English Football Association fired him for...

U.S. still first in FIFA women's rankings; England No. 2 ahead of Germany

A Karen Bardsley own goal for England would be all the U.S. would need as they reclaimed the SheBelieves Cup title with a 1-0 win.

The United States remain at the top of the FIFA women's rankings after winning the SheBelieves Cup as England moved ahead of Germany into second place.

The Americans went unbeaten in the four-team round-robin tournament they hosted this month.

England, who lost the final game 1-0 to the U.S., were runners-up and climbed one place in the rankings released Friday.

It was the first tournament for Phil Neville, who was appointed England coach in late January.

Germany dropped to No. 3 after a last-place...

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Manchester United apply to start club's first-ever women's team

Manchester United have announced plans to form a women's professional team.

United have long been criticised by prominent figures in the game for not having a women's team. They are the only Premier League men's side not to have a senior women's team.

But now United say they have submitted an application to the Football Association to join the second tier of the Women's Super League.

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said: "We are pleased to announce that the club intends to...