Phil Neville will reportedly step down as the England Women’s coach on Thursday.
The dates for the delayed Women’s European Championships are set to be finalized before the end of the week with the tournament taking place in 2022 instead of 2021 because of schedule changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic with the final schedule to be determined by FIFA on Thursday.
Neville has been in charge of the Lionesses since 2018 where he has guided them to the SheBelievesCup title and a fourth-place finish at the World Cup in 2019. His contract was originally going to come to an at the end of the Euro’s in 2021 but the delay has forced the FA to rethink with the organization keen on having the same coach in charge for both the Euros in 2022 and then the World Cup in 2023.
Neville has come under lots of pressure recently with the Lionesses registering seven defeats in their last 11 matches.