Man United supervisor Stoney says League One just isn’t a step-up from the ladies’s recreation

Man United supervisor Stoney says League One just isn’t a step-up from the ladies’s recreation

Manchester United girls’s supervisor Casey Stoney has stated {that a} transfer to League One or League Two just isn’t a step-up from the WSL and there’s a lack of respect for ladies managers.

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Stoney’s feedback comply with Chelsea girls’s supervisor Emma Hayes rejecting studies earlier this week that she was on the shortlist for the top teaching position at League One aspect AFC Wimbledon and that she was not on the lookout for one other job.

“I believe Emma Hayes put it brilliantly when she stated let’s beginning speaking in regards to the candidate and their qualities moderately than the variety a part of the topic,” she stated at a press convention on Friday.

“I assumed it was very, very nicely put. I undoubtedly do not see it [a move to the men’s game] as a step-up, like Emma stated I’m very lucky to handle world-class gamers in a team that’s doing very nicely.

“On the identical time you might be very a lot assured the sack in males’s football in loads much less time within the girls’s recreation, so by way of safety that isn’t a step-up to be trustworthy.”

The English supervisor continued and reiterated the dearth of respect given to feminine managers regardless of managing on the highest degree of the skilled girls’s football.

“There clearly is not sufficient respect if managing a League One, League Two football membership is taken into account a step-up from the best degree of the ladies’s recreation,” she stated.

“You could have some improbable coaches within the girls’s recreation, you have a look at the success of Hayes at Chelsea and the success and data she has.

“There may be undoubtedly not sufficient respect given to coaches like that who’ve earned their stipes and have finished a lot. It’s robust while you have a look at the 92 football league membership’s and there’s not sufficient feminine presence.

Stoney additionally spoke on the futures of USWNT stars Tobin Heath and Christen Press, who’re within the remaining few months of their contract with the membership.

“With Heath and Press they solely signed a yr. So it can rely the place they really feel that their future lies. I have never had the dialog but,” Stoney stated.

“However it’s clearly a dialog that we wish to have with them. They’ve been good gamers for us during the last six-seven months, however their future is theirs.

“As a football membership we love having them, we’d like to preserve them however they’re people and they’ll make their resolution.”

Manchester United, who’re second within the WSL, will subsequent play sixth place Studying on Sunday as they attempt to overtake league leaders Chelsea.

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