Karen Carney says review of women’s football will ‘leave no stone unturned’ | Women’s football

Karen Carney says her government-commissioned review of women’s football will focus on building the game up from its foundations, as she announced Ian Wright, Hope Powell and the head of the NFL in Europe, Brett Gosper, as part of an expert panel offering guidance.

Carney is continuing to gather evidence and remains open-minded as to the outcome, saying it would be “naive” not to consider alternative futures for professional women’s football, including the possibility of a closed American-style league.

“I want the women’s game to be the best,” the former England international…

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