(EFE) -As the dynamic coach of the England women’s national team at the 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2016 World Cup, Emma Hayes is already introducing reform.
For almost all of her team’s previous competitions, Hay’s side featured largely young players, just like the footballers that he’d played with at Shrewsbury, Carlisle, Stevenage and Chelsea.
But at this year’s Euro 2017 tournament in the Netherlands, and then again at the upcoming major competition in Japan, the British coach plans to mix his coaching squad more than usual, with 23-year-old academy players taking a place on the plane to Kobe.
His objective is nothing less than to ensure that there is one professional for every young player in the sport, either in England or Europe, and he will seek to implement this goal to the maximum by having both England’s women and the professional women’s teams of Scottish, Welsh and Irish clubs comply with European rules regarding the amount of time that players can be away from their clubs.
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