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English FA to replace Gareth Southgate with women’s team coach, Sarina Wiegman

England FA to replace Gareth Douthgate with Women national team coach, Wiegman



England Women national team manager Sarina Wiegman, could become the next manager of the senior men’s team.

English FA chief, Mark Bullingham said that Wiegman could replace Gareth Southgate.

Wiegman led England to their first major women’s trophy by winning the European Championships last summer.

She has now taken the Lionesses to the final of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

England will play Spain in the final on Sunday at Stadium Australia.

Bullingham admitted that the Dutchwoman could be an option to succeed Southgate.

“People always say it is the best man for the job or the best Englishman.Why does it have to be a man?” He told ESPN  

“I think our answer is always: ‘it’s the best person for the job.’ 

“We think Sarina is doing a great job and hope she continues doing it for a long time. I think Sarina could do anything she wants in football.”