The Olympic Games are just months away but the Great Britain women’s football team are yet to confirm a head coach.
They will have just two training camps to prepare for the tournament under a new boss, while England’s national team – who are expected to make up the bulk of the squad – will play two friendly fixtures in February, their first matches in almost a year.
It is not ideal preparation but following Phil Neville’s departure as England coach, the Football Association can finally start making plans.
So what has it done so far? What is the selection criteria for the Team GB squad? And when can we expect it to be announced?
When will the squad be named?
Players from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are…
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