Phil Neville leaves role as England Women head coach

Phil Neville is to step down as England Women head coach with instant result, the Football Association has actually revealed.

The 43-year-old, who was formerly due to leave the function in July at the end of his agreement, is set to end up being the brand-new manager of Inter Miami, the PA news company comprehends.

The Big league Soccer clothing are co-owned by Neville’s previous Manchester United and England team-mate David Beckham, who is likewise his fellow co-owner of League 2 side Salford.

The FA states it will verify the name of an interim head coach “shortly”, including: “A recruitment process had already been under way with assistant coach Rehanne Skinner’s departure to join Tottenham Hotspur last November.”

The governing body last summertime revealed that Neville’s follower will be Holland manager Sarina Wiegman, however the strategy has actually been for her not to begin work in the function up until September, having actually handled the Dutch at the Tokyo Olympics.

It likewise stays to be seen what the FA carry out in regards to someone handling a Terrific Britain group at the Olympics, a job Neville had actually been in line for.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.