A perennial winner during an illustrious playing career, Phil Neville was appointed England Women’s head coach in January 2018.
His first match in charge was a 4-1 win over France at the SheBelieves Cup.
He then picked up the World Cup qualifying reins from interim boss Mo Marley and successfully guided the Lionesses to France 2019.
And preparations for this summer’s showpiece event got off to the perfect start as two wins, over Brazil and Japan, and a draw with host nation USA allowed England to lift the SheBelieves Cup for the first time.
Neville won 59 caps for England during his playing career and was a regular with Manchester United in the 1998-99 treble-winning campaign.
In total, he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups and the UEFA Champions League before joining Everton, where he was club captain and played 303 times.