- ‘It’s about minimum standards,’ says former England player
- Saturday 3pm games on TV, equal FA Cup prize money suggested
A landmark review of women’s football in England has called for wholesale change across the game; from enhancing minimum standards for professionals to “rapid growth” in the development of young talent.
The review, chaired by the former England international Karen Carney, argues that to finance necessary adaptations, new solutions must also be considered, including allowing women’s football to be broadcast at 3pm on a Saturday and raising prize money in the women’s FA Cup to match the men’s competition.
Written by Paul MacInnes
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/2023/jul/13/review-women-football-overhaul-future under the title “Karen Carney review demands overhaul of women’s football to transform future”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.