Haig Rise, the new England women’s coach, will not make major changes to Phil Neville’s playing style, but she has told the women’s soccer show that she is determined to ensure a high level of competitiveness in her team, and the Norwegian had chosen her first lioness squad before that. Monthly friendly against Northern Ireland, including five unbeaten internationals and notable absences such as Arsenal striker Beth Meade and Manchester City goalkeeper Karen Bardsley. The group of 21 players includes well-known internationals Steve Hutton, Lucy Bronze, Ellen White and Jill Scott, who Reese hopes to raise her bar in the presence of her younger colleagues. “There are no decisions that come easy. I and the support staff have passed all the players, especially now going to the Olympics where we need to prepare for seven matches in 16 days.” Narrowing the team makes it more competitive and I think we need it to have the fitness and mentality that we need to be confident in participating in the Olympics. 0:41 Rise explains Nikita Paris and Pete Meade’s absence from the team at this month’s training camp, “The older, seasoned players will be the team leaders. To bring in talented young players that will raise their level.” The more competitive they are, the better the more experienced players too. Each training session is more competitive. When asked about the decision to exclude Mead, Reese said, “She will be one of the players that I will follow closely. “All players who have been disqualified, those who have participated before., I have contacted them and this is my responsibility so that they know what they can work on to join the team again.” Upon deleting Bardsley, Rice explained: “With goalkeepers, play time is crucial. If you play every weekend, you should deserve a spot. ” Picture: Ebony striker Salmon has been called up in Bristol City for the England squad for the first time.“It must be fun to be successful, ” leading the team, Rees, who initially joined the England squad after applying for the vacant assistant coach position. Until Sarina Wegman, the current president of the Netherlands, comes to take over the job on a full-time basis in September, and Rice resists any incentives to turn things around much, despite England losing seven of his last 11 games under Neville, and he says her style will be “separate” from Wiegman’s. For Riise, the focus is on preparing the team for the late Olympics this summer, with England expected to make up the majority of Team GB. 0:15 Speaking last month, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said his Norwegian teammate Reese would be a source of strength for England women. “I’m not completely changing the gameplay,” said Reese. “I looked at what was done before and principles in offense and defense and added some elements to that.” I think switching play is important, to fully use the playing field and explore the space the opponent gives us and has the tools to access those spaces. “Now, this is for the Olympics. The FA will talk to Sarina and get her ideas, but I will focus on what has been accomplished and the small changes. They will be separate. Then it will be up to Sarina to take charge.” About her personality as a coach, Reese said, “I would describe myself as calm, but I am talking. To the players and I listen to them.I know there is a lot of experience in the team that I hope to coach, both individually and tactically. ”I am involved in more than just yelling at them. It must be fun to be successful and if you are eager to get better you need support to get there, not screaming. “Evolution is not a revolution under the leadership of the new England coach … 0:54 Sky Sports News” Anton Toloy analyzes England’s first female team, which has a mix of youth and experience, and Anton Toloy, Sky Sports News RISE insists that England does not need changes Great during her tenure as a temporary trainer, despite recent results. Rees is a completely different character and coach compared to Neville. Great emphasis is placed on cooperation and dialogue with the players and the back staff, however, she is not planning to tear up the England system but wants a smaller play set so she can work on an intense in-camp experience to reflect a major tournament specialty. Rise knows what it takes to win at the highest level. As a player who won the World Cup, European Championships and Olympics, as a coach she was part of the backstage team with the US and led LSK Kvinner in N or en route to several titles. Reyes admits that talks about leading GP in the Olympics will continue after this month’s training camp and the game against Northern Ireland. Her CV couldn’t be stronger, it would be interesting to see how much influence on and off the field Riise can do in an exceptionally short period of time.