Sarina Wiegman has denied a new contract with the Football Association

Sarina Wiegman confirmed that she had not signed a new contract with the Football Association to extend her time with the Lionesses beyond 2025.

Sarina said I already have a contract until 2025, and I am very happy with the contract I have. She said I feel very valued, and we have, hopefully, a couple of more tournaments until that time. It’s very comfortable at the moment, and we are all happy, she said. 

Moreover, Sarina said I am happy, the team is happy, and the FA is happy, and I just hope we will keep it that way.

Sarina is a 52 years old manager who led the England team to its first major trophy since 1966 in the summer.

On Friday, at Wembley, England beat the World Cup holders, the USA, by 2-1, and now they will play against the Czech Republic on Tuesday at Brighton’s Amex stadium.

Vlatko Andonovski, USA’s head coach, named England as a serious contender for the World Cup next summer in New Zealand and Australia. Sarina was dismissive of whether that put additional pressure on her team.

Sarina said I would have expected him to say that, and I think a lot of our other competitors will say that. She said they did that a lot during the summer too, to put pressure on us, and they were saying we had to win. Well, we wanted to win, and we had to play well, and that’s what we can control, she said. Moreover, she said we try to get better all the time, and then we will see what that brings us.

Lucy Bronze, England’s right-back, said about Sarina that It’s fantastic that we have not been beaten under Sarina.

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