INTERVIEW: Mawson’s rapid rise saw him earn a place in Gareth Southgate’s England squad, writes Lawrence Ostlere, but a bright career came to an end after a frank conversation with his surgeon
PARIS (AP) — Newly-appointed France coach Hervé Renard wants to turn the page and focus on the upcoming Women's World Cup after a group of players facilitated the dismissal of his predecessor. Renard was hired this week to replace Corinne Diacre and lead the team at this year's Women's World Cup, and then at next year's Paris Olympics. Diacre was fired only four months before the tournament after several players in the squad turned on her. “What happened before is none of my business,” Renard sa
The 27-year-old has been with the club since 2014.