Wiegman hopes of a financial boost in the English women’s football
July 09, 2019 at 23:21
09-07-19 at 23:21
Recent updated: 17 hours ago
Updated: 17 hours ago
Sarina Wiegman is that there is more investment in women’s football, and the education and training of young players. That being said, the head coach of the Oranjevrouwen on Tuesday, two days after the lost world cup final against the United States of america.
“There’s an economic incentive is needed,” said Wiegman at FOX Sports. This was on Tuesday in sacramento, a statue in the sculpture garden of the national soccer team, after the Orange to the final of the world cup together.
A lot of players from Premier league clubs to play against a reimbursement of costs, or semiprof. “We have the facilities for a football top,” said Wiegman. “They deserve a team that is focusing on the team and they would have a choice to make in order to complete the soccer ball to go in.”