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Sam Kerr: FA WSL Player Watch

Sam Kerr was being described as one of the biggest signings in the history of the Women’s Super League when she was preparing to make her debut for Chelsea in January 2020. Aged 26 when she arrived from Perth Glory, Kerr was Australia’s captain, having made her international debut at 15 and scored for them for the first time at 16.
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England cruise to 10-0 win over Luxembourg as coach Sarina Wiegman continues perfect start

England women eased to a 10-0 win in their World Cup qualifier over Luxembourg on Tuesday as boss Sarina Wiegman continued her perfect start in the job. Wiegman, who signed a four-year contract in August 2020, took charge of her first game last week as England cruised to an 8-0 victory over North Macedonia and are yet to concede as they top Group B on six points.

England: Sarina Wiegman highlights one crucial takeaway from 10-0 rout

England breezed to another show-stopping international win last night after putting ten goals past Luxembourg in the World Cup qualifiers. The Lionesses have now scored 18 goals in their last two matches and conceded none – marking the perfect start to Sarina Wiegman's reign. Their previous performance was a thumping...

A flurry of emphatic wins and a few surprises

Qualification for Australia & New Zealand 2023™ got underway in Europe. Several teams kicked off their campaigns with high-scoring victories. The road to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ is long and arduous. European qualifying for the biggest tournament in international women’s football began in September with a record 51 contenders divided into six groups of six and three groups of five teams.

Wiegman Era Continues To Flourish As Lionesses Hit Luxembourg For Ten

The Sarina Wiegman era continues to flourish as the Lionesses ran out 10-0 winners away to Luxembourg, marking two wins from two in Group D of their World Cup qualifiers, scoring 18 and conceding none. Sure, given the quality of opposition in Luxembourg and North Macedonia, these wide margin wins...

England hit 10 past Luxembourg to extend free-scoring start under Wiegman

Ellen White, Alex Greenwood and Millie Bright each scored twice as England thumped Luxembourg in another utterly one-sided Women’s World Cup qualifier. The Lionesses have now netted 18 goals in two matches under Sarina Wiegman. Ellen White twice pounced from close range, Nikita Parris added a third before Alex Greenwood...

Luxembourg 0-10 England: Player ratings as Lionesses cruise to big win

England cruised to another big 2023 Women’s World Cup qualifying win in their 10-0 thrashing of Luxembourg, four days after beating North Macedonia 8-0. The game was never expected to be a proper challenge for Sarina Wiegman’s team, with the night more of an opportunity for England to show a clinical and efficient side that will help them when it comes to facing higher quality opponents.