Prior to the Women’s World Cup final, Sarina Wiegman REJECTS links to the USA manager’s position and commits to England, with the FA considering her as Gareth Southgate’s replacement.
The US national coach resigned after his team was eliminated before the quarterfinals.
Sarina Wiegman hopes to accomplish the extraordinary feat of taking home two significant awards.
Despite being connected to the United States position, Sarina Wiegman maintained she has no plans to leave her position as England manager until her contract expires in 2025.
On Sunday, Wiegman will captain the Lionesses in the first-ever World Cup final.
A year earlier, Wiegman created history by winning the Euro 2022 on her home turf.
One of the most notable candidates for the US, who are looking for a new manager after Vlatko Andonovski left due to a bad performance at this summer’s tournament, is the manager due to her achievements since taking over in 2021.
However, Wiegman is content with England and ignores speculation about her future, saying that her entire attention is on getting ready to play Spain in the final on Sunday.
“I’m avoiding that (rumors about the US),” you said.
I am aware of that. She declared on Friday, “I’m with England, I’m really happy with England, and I have a contract until 2025.”
“I’m really happy with my job, and I think people still think highly of me for it.”
I don’t intend to go anywhere.
Mark Bullingham, the head of the Football Association, stated on Thursday that the organization would not consider any proposal for Wiegman.
When asked if they would outright refuse an offer, Bullingham replied, “Yes, 100%.”
She wouldn’t be lost for any price.
Money is not the issue.
She makes us really happy, and we believe she is content as well.
I believe that is the solution.
Following England’s triumph over Australia in the semi-final, Wiegman had stated that she felt as though she was living in a fairytale.
The coach has now participated in four major championship games after guiding the Netherlands to victory at the 2017 Euro before the US defeated them in the 2019 World Cup final.
‘I’m quite aware that it is incredibly remarkable, coupled with Arjan (Veurink, assistant manager) because it is also his fourth final,’ Wiegman added.
Everyone wants to make the final when they play top-tier sports, but it is not always possible.
Finalist teams are few and far between.
It is very, very wonderful to reach number four, but as soon as you do, I start to consider what further needs to be done.
Now that we are in the championship game, all I can think about is how to defeat Spain.
When the time is so near, all you can think about is “OK, what’s next, what can we get in front of us, what challenges can we expect, how are we going to prepare the team, we’re already working on that because we did the recovery and now we’re getting ready for Spain, no, and I don’t want to relax, I just want to get ready.”Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn