England players urged to ‘show some-more personality’
England’s women’s group needs to uncover some-more celebrity in sequence to rivet improved with fans, says former United States midfielder Heather O’Reilly.
The 2012 Olympics and 2015 World Cup leader thinks England loiter behind a US when it comes to building a form of a women’s game.
“They’re removing it finished on a field,” she told a World Football programme.
“But I’d like to see those women uncover a small bit some-more tie and celebrity to a fans.”
O’Reilly, who recently won a NWSL with North Carolina Courage after spending a 2017-18 deteriorate during Arsenal Ladies, added: “Fortunately or unfortunately, we consider that arrange of differentiator is indispensable in a women’s game.
“Not usually do we need to get it finished on a margin though we need to raise and emanate a small bit of code so we hang with a fans. That’s only a inlet of a competition right now.
“It’s adult to a individual. Some players unequivocally welcome celebrity and some players unequivocally wish to get down to business and play their football. But they need some characters to step brazen and not be fearful of a small spotlight.”