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You and your face are missed in Boston.

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-What is the last thought that enters your head as you’re about to strike the ball towards the goal? [video]

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engwnt watch FC Barcelona training session at St George’s Park.

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This team’s having lots of fun at the moment. There’s a real great sense of excitement and enthusiasm amongst the group, there’s an energy amongst the players. They want to get on the field, they want to improve, they want to get better. They want to play for each other. They really enjoy playing together, and you can see that with the way they play. Off the field, they’ve really come together as a group. And you could see today, you know, little instances in terms of Alex Greenwood getting her first goal, and Jo Potter - first appearance for a long time in a white jersey - and when she scored you saw the players are straight away on her back. You can see there’s a real spirit amongst this group; they want to play for each other, they want to support each other. They want the team to do well, they want themselves to do well, and most importantly, they want to sacrifice themselves for each other to do well. The team’s in a good place. - Mark Sampson

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Kelly Smith is on The Claire Balding Show tonight!

Tune in to BT Sport 2 at 10pm.

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England gained 28 points in today’s released FIFA Women’s World Rankings, making them the joint biggest movers by points along with the Republic of Ireland. They also shifted up to 7th, and left themselves just 8 points behind 6th place Brazil. The highest ranking the women’s team has ever achieved was 6th in 2011, and the lowest was 14th in 2004.

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40/50 footballer crushes
   - Karen Bardsley

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Did you know…

When England qualified for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, their FIFA World Rankings points were at 1966. 1966 was the only year England has ever won a world cup.

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