Helen Ward hit the treble and Jess Fishlock’s goal sent Lyon to the French Cup semi-final on another eventful weekend for Wales’ players competing for their respective clubs.
With Champions League experience and a stint in the States to her name, Wales forward Emma Jones is now looking to be a regular fixture in Jayne Ludlow’s side.
Wales are using their World Cup qualifying heartbreak as motivation for the Euro 2021 qualifiers, according to midfielder Megan Wynne.
Jayne Ludlow has named her squad for the upcoming training camp as Wales Women look to put the World Cup heartbreak against England behind them.
They now turn their attention to the 2021 European Championships as they hope to build on their World Cup qualifying campaign.
With a new season approaching on the summer’s horizon, Wales’ World Cup qualifying clash with the Lionesses looms but whilst Jayne Ludlow has named a largely unchanged squad to face England in Newport, at a domestic level, the changes have come thick and fast.
Let’s face it, the Cyprus Cup was never about the results for the Wales women’s team.
Wales manager Jayne Ludlow said it, Natasha Harding said it and skipper Sophie Ingle said it. This year, it’s all about next month’s World Cup Qualifying clash with England, under their new manager Phil Neville.
Former Wales goalkeeper, Neville Southall and current Wales Women midfielder, Natasha Harding, have chosen their all-time greatest Wales team and Ian Rush didn’t even make the cut!
With the men’s hopes and dreams of a World Cup on hold for another 4 years and the manager’s seat being empty it would be easy to feel doom and … Continue Reading WALES WOMEN’S FOOTBALL – GIRL POWER!